A Temperature Control System is a device which controls the temperature of a hardside waterbed or a softside waterbed. The temperature system includes a vinyl or rubber heating pad that goes underneath the waterbed mattress and safety liner and a control unit that allows the owner the ability to adjust the temperature of the bed.
We recommend that you allow 24 to 48 hours for the bed to become heated. You may also want to place additional blankets/bedding on the top of the bed to help retain this heat during the initial warming process, and then make sure the bed is kept covered.
Set the Temperature Control Unit at 85 degrees to begin with. When the waterbed is warm, you can adjust the heat up or down by a couple of degrees at a time until it has reached the desired comfort level.
Please be certain the heating pad is placed under the liner and the mattress when setting up the waterbed. Do not place anything on top of the heating pad other than the liner and mattress at any time. Refer to the installation instructions for placement of the heating pad on the frame of the bed.
The model number is located on the back of the controller.
Make sure the Temperature Control Unit control is turned up. Make sure the sensor is in the right place. If the sensor is too close to the heating pad it will not heat enough.