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Why is my In Home Display (IHD) not showing my balance?

  • 8 October 2020
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My smart meter is displaying all sorts of things (so far today, this week, this month, this year), the current usage, but for the last couple days it has not displayed the meter balance (it’s blank) which is the most important one, as otherwise I don’t know when I need to top up.

Can you please advise?

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Best answer by Tim_Boost 19 April 2021, 15:57

Updated on 28/06/21:

 

Hi @Lizzyp sure thing. When your IHD6 is linked up, your credit balance for each meter should show on the default screen. See the video below (01:30) to confirm this and the other features available.  

 

However (as outlined in our IHD guide, here) the default screen on these are often set to “Usage today” rather than your current balance. There is a simple fix to get your balance as the home screen default:

 

Choosing Your Home Screen Layout

 

From SETTINGS you can also change the view of your home screen according to your personal preference by selecting HOME screen. This option will give you four different home screen layouts to choose from. Use the left and right arrows to scroll through the options. Once you have chosen the screen view you prefer, press SET to save the settings. 

 

There is also a super handy user guide here.

 

The video and guide were created by Chameleon Technology you can find them here

 

If you have an issue with your IHD6:

 

To help the Support team work out why the IHD isn’t connecting, we need you to do some checks, which you might need to provide to the team via email, depending on what you diagnose: hello@boostpower.co.uk

 

Is there a WAN and HAN connection?

 

Check the electricity meter and confirm what the LED light labelled 'WAN' and ‘HAN’ is doing.

 

If you have a Secure Liberty smart meter, and the WAN light is flashing, the meter has WAN. Please check how many times the light flashes between pauses. One flash between pauses means very low signal, five means great signal. If the light is solid, there's no WAN. The HAN light will be solid when the HAN is open - this will activated during install (when pairing the electricity meter to the gas meter and any devices) as well as when pairing an IHD or smart relay via SFE. Once this process has completed, the HAN light will turn off. So you’ll need to check the IHD directly to see if it’s connected to the HAN.

 

If you have a Aclara S2 smart meter, if there’s WAN and HAN coverage the WAN & HAN lights on top will flash every 5 seconds. If they are searching for signal then they will flash every 3 seconds and if there is a connectivity issue then they will flash every 1 second or not flash at all.

 

Here are a list of questions you may be asked, if your meter has no or poor WAN:

 

  1. How strong is the mobile phone signal next to your meter?
  2. Is there anything metallic in the way of the meter which could be moved?
  3. If the meter has something metallic blocking the signal - for instance a mirror or an ironing board - then moving this may solve the problem.
  4. Is your electricity meter in a metal box (e.g a metal meter cupboard)? 
  5. Is your electricity meter in a basement, or is it partially enclosed (e.g in a closed cupboard under the stairs)?

 

If the IHD is showing missing data for one or both fuels and the meter comms are fine, you should perform the following checks.


1 - Check the distance to the electricity meter, has the IHD been moved? 
 

Try to keep the IHD within a max of 6 metres from the electricity meter. The signal will decline significantly with walls.

2 -  Has the IHD shown data previously or has anything changed e.g. obstructions?
 

If the IHD was previously showing data, check if anything has changed in the home that could have caused the loss of communication.

3 - Is the IHD showing the correct time?
 

If it's not showing the correct time, the IHD is not paired.
 

4 - Check the IHD signal bars

Signal bars solid > IHD is paired.
Signal bars flashing > Needs to be paired by our Support team: 0330 102 7517 (0117 370 1041 from a mobile)

5 - Try turning off for several minutes before turning back on.

 

If we’ve missed anything out, please leave a comment below!

 

 

In Home Display FAQs:

 

 

Why is my IHD balance different from my app balance? 

 

The app balance gets updated once a day after midnight. If you've used energy since midnight or if you've topped up since the time your energy balance updated on your app, then your app balance will be out of date. 

If your meter isn’t communicating with us, then your balance won't update in the app. But the IHD will communicate from your meter throughout the day to stay up to date.

 

Troubleshooting issues with PAYG Smart and your SMETS1 meter

 

Do I have a SMETS1 or SMETS2 meter? How can I tell the difference?

 

A SMETS1 meter has a meter keypad with numbers, and a red and blue A and B button. 

 

If you have a SMETS2 smart meter, it’ll just have the 2 red and blue buttons, but no keypad. 


 

Why isn’t my top up showing on my meter or IHD?

 

It’s normal for smart meters to lose signal from time to time, just like mobile phones. This means it might take longer than usual for your top-up to show up as energy credit. It shouldn’t take more than an hour to see your top-ups on your meter, but you can always add them manually too. Read on for more info. 


 

How do I top up my SMETS1 meters manually?

 

After making a payment, it takes up to 30 minutes (for electricity) and 60 minutes (for gas) for the money to show on your meter. If it doesn’t, you can give it a little push.

 

For this, you’ll need the 20-digit code on your PayPoint receipt. This is why it’s always best to keep your receipts safe.

 

  • Press on your gas or electricity meter

  • Enter the code from your receipt

  • Tap B to confirm and it’s all done!

 

If you top up online or via your app, PayPoint will either email them to you or send them via text.

 

If you’ve lost power and your top-up takes your balance above £0, your meter will start doing safety checks. If it detects gas, the power won’t switch on, so make sure all gas appliances are off before trying to reconnect. If the meter has disconnected, you can reconnect it by pressing AAB (SMETS1) or holding and B at the same time (SMETS2).

 

Why did my SMETS1 meter cut out without using emergency credit first? 


 

1. Activate your emergency credit using your IHD

When your balance drops below £5, your IHD will flash and tell you that you can activate the emergency credit. If you don’t, it’ll then flash again when your balance is below 50p:

 

  • Navigate to the main menu

  • Click on Account

  • Press the  emergency credit button

 

(You’ll find more detailed information on what to do in your IHD booklet.)

 

2. Activate your emergency credit using your meter:
 

  • Press the 7 on the keypad

  • You’ll see a message saying EC OFFER – tap A to accept the emergency credit or B to ignore

  • Then tap B to confirm

  • By pressing 7 you’ll see whether the credit has been activated – it’ll tell you EC SELECTED

 

Troubleshooting issues with PAYG Smart and your SMETS2 meter

 

Do I have a SMETS1 or SMETS2 meter? How can I tell the difference?

 

You can tell if you’ve got a SMETS1 meter, as it will have a meter keypad with numbers, and a red and blue A and B button. 

 

If you have a SMETS2 smart meter, it will just have the 2 red and blue buttons, keypad. 

 

Why isn’t my top up showing on my SMETS2 meter or IHD?

 

Smart meters can stop communicating with us for a number of reasons. If your top-up hasn't appeared on your meter, follow the instructions below to add your credit manually.. 


 

How do I top up my SMETS2 meters manually?


There are 2 ways:

 

1. Using your IHD – this is the easiest and fastest way:

  • Tap the menu icon at the bottom right of the screen

  • Press Top-Up

  • Choose the fuel you want to top up

  • Press OK

  • Enter your PayPoint code

  • Tap OK

  • The IHD will then confirm that your money has been added to your meter

 

2. Using your meter
 

For electricity:

  • Press A on your meter until you see Enter Top Up Code

  • Press and hold A to begin typing 

  • Enter your code using the A and B buttons to navigate through the digits

  • Press and hold B when complete

  • The meter will show you one of these messages: Top Up accepted or Invalid

  • Press A to continue

 

For gas:

  • Press C on your gas meter to enter the menu

  • Using and B, scroll to Prepayment and press C

  • Tap A and B until you see New Payment

  • Press to select it

  • Use A and B to enter your code

  • Tap C again

 

If you’ve lost power and your top-up takes your balance above £0, your meter will start doing safety checks. If it detects gas, the power won’t switch on. If the meter has disconnected, you should be asked to press any button following a top-up to trigger a reconnection.

 

Why did my SMETS2 meter cut out straight away without warning? Where is my emergency credit?

 

1. Activate your emergency credit using your IHD:

If your balance drops below £5, the IHD will tell you that your emergency credit is available:
 

  • Press the menu button

  • Tap E-Credit

  • Select the fuel you want emergency credit for (gas or electricity)

  • Press OK

  • The IHD will confirm your request

  • You’ll see Emergency credit in use next to the fuel you’ve added it to

 

2. Activate your emergency credit using your meter

 

For electricity:

If your balance goes below £0, your meter will say EMC available:

 

  • Press A to cancel or B to activate it

  • You should now see 2 emergency credit balances. The first is how much emergency credit you have left and the second shows how much has already been accepted

  • If you select the emergency credit, you’ll see an EC sign on the display at the bottom-right corner

 

For gas:

  • Press any button on your gas meter to wake up the screen

  • If you have any emergency credit available, you’ll see an EC logo on the screen, next to the signal bar icon

  • Press C to enter the menu and B to scroll to Prepayment

  • Tap C to enter

  • Press B to scroll down to the Emerg. Credit option, then C to enter

  • If the status says Available, press C to accept the £5 emergency credit (you should hear a beep sound and the status should change to In-Use)

  • You can check your emergency credit balance by going through the same menu options until you see Limit and Remaining

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Thanks for posting, @Janis77 

 

What’s the latest on this?

 

Have you been on Smart PAYG before, which showed the balance on the meter, or PAYG+ which shows the joint balance on the app?

 

 

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Hi,

I have spoken to customer services and they are sending me a new smart meter as it looks like mine is faulty.

thanks

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i need help connecting my in home display emailing boost is a waste of time 

 

they wont answer my emails 

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i cant see on my meter what gas i have left all its showing is electric and my ihd isnt connected 

 

thanks

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I understand email queues are still big at the moment, but heading in the right direction as we start to get back on track. That said, if you have emailed to request this, it will be picked up. In the meantime, you can view your balance directly on the meter screen (press any button to wake up this display), as long as you have a ‘Secure Liberty’ smart meter. See below to confirm how you can then activate your emergency credit on this ‘Secure Liberty’ smart meter:

 

Smart PAYG: activating your emergency credit on your smart meter screen

 

You can view your meter balance by pressing 7 on the smart meter keypad. It will show you emergency credit info and then the current balance will be on the next screen. You can also use your smart meter screen to activate your emergency credit.

Smart meter keypad OVO Energy

Start by pressing 7 on your keypad.

Emergency Credit offer OVO Energy smart meter

Accept smart meter OVO Energy

To accept the emergency credit offer, press A on the keypad.

Ignore smart meter OVO Energy

If you’ve changed your mind and don’t want to activate your emergency credit, just press B.

 

Smart meter screen: if you’ve used up your emergency credit

 

Once you’ve activated your emergency credit, you can check up on it by pressing 7 on your smart meter keypad.

If you’ve still got some credit left, the screen will first display ‘E-CREDIT’ and then ‘IN USE’.

E-Credit emergency credit smart meter OVO Energy

OVO Energy In Use Smart meter screen

If you’ve used up all your emergency credit, the screen will first display ‘E-CREDIT’ and then ‘USED UP’.

E-Credit emergency credit smart meter OVO Energy

used up smart meter credit OVO Energy

If you want to know how much you need to repay (including the emergency credit you’ve used) to reconnect your supply, press 7 again.

repay emergency credit OVO Energy

£11.78 OVO Energy smart meter credit

 

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Hi @vicki1979 - I think that IHD needs to be ‘paired’ with your smart meters, which requires actions for you on site, and from our Support team remotely. 

 

I understand email queues are still big at the moment, but heading in the right direction as we start to get back on track. That said, if you have emailed to request this, it will be picked up. In the meantime, see below to confirm how you can view your meter balance directly on the meter:

 

Smart PAYG: activating your emergency credit on your smart meter screen

 

You can also use your smart meter screen to activate your emergency credit.

Smart meter keypad OVO Energy

Start by pressing 7 on your keypad.

Emergency Credit offer OVO Energy smart meter

Accept smart meter OVO Energy

To accept the emergency credit offer, press A on the keypad.

Ignore smart meter OVO Energy

If you’ve changed your mind and don’t want to activate your emergency credit, just press B.

 

Smart meter screen: if you’ve used up your emergency credit

 

Once you’ve activated your emergency credit, you can check up on it by pressing 7 on your smart meter keypad.

If you’ve still got some credit left, the screen will first display ‘E-CREDIT’ and then ‘IN USE’.

E-Credit emergency credit smart meter OVO Energy

OVO Energy In Use Smart meter screen

If you’ve used up all your emergency credit, the screen will first display ‘E-CREDIT’ and then ‘USED UP’.

E-Credit emergency credit smart meter OVO Energy

used up smart meter credit OVO Energy

If you want to know how much you need to repay (including the emergency credit you’ve used) to reconnect your supply, press 7 again.

repay emergency credit OVO Energy

£11.78 OVO Energy smart meter credit

 

Is that all. You. Can ever post how to. Activate emergancy top up you really are a waste of space arnt you 

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Those instructions are for emergency credit not checking balance. 

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Those instructions are for emergency credit not checking balance. 

It's all he ever posts the blokes a muppet 

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@vicki1979 @Smiter I’ve updated the ‘best answer’ to make it more clear about this advice. 

 

You can view your meter balance by pressing 7 on the smart meter keypad. It will show you emergency credit info and then the current balance will be on the next screen.

 

Can you come back here if this doesn’t work so I can make sure the advice here is correct?

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Mine says not in use will try again tomorrow. 

Hi,   I am hoping that someone may be able to help.  Where can i view my electricity balance on my smart meter?  My IHD is old and doesnt show my balance, just the balance used each day.  I cant seem to view my balance on my meter and cannot find instructions anywhere!

 

Thanks

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Hi @JanetBo do you have a ‘Secure’ smart meter? 

 

I was hoping to hear from @Smiter on this. 

 

Pressing 7 on the smart meter keypad should show your emergency credit info and then the current balance will be on the next screen.

 

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Hi @JanetBo do you have a ‘Secure’ smart meter? 

 

I was hoping to hear from @Smiter on this. 

 

Pressing 7 on the smart meter keypad should show your emergency credit info and then the current balance will be on the next screen.

 

Oops sorry Tom I forgot. 

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Hi all.. I go the ihd paired today and the main reason for getting one was to view the balance.. However there is no menu option for balance... How do I get this added

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Hi @splreece1978 I’ve popped your question here as think these above steps may help. If not, give the Customer Care team a call to re-pair the device on 0330 1027 517 between 8am-8pm Mon-Fri and 9am-5pm Sat. 

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@Alice_Boost  thanks.. But the problem is not seeing the balance on the meter.. I want to see it on the ihd.. Thats the whole point of getting an ihd... And your tutorials show that I should have an option to see the balance.. As you can see I don't have a balance option 

 

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Hey @splreece1978 that’s a great idea and I’ll put that to the team to get to work on one. For now, give the team a call and re-pair the device to the meters, this should do the trick. Cheers! 

We got a smart meter a week ago, for a couple of days both my gas and electric usage was showing on the display, however now it only shows the electricity usage.

What changed?

A few weeks ago my ihd stopped displaying how much money I have left after I topped up my smart meter. It now just displays est. Bill: £0 for both my gas and electric. I've used it for 2 years and I've never had this problem before and haven't touched or changed anything. I am on PAYG and I don't know where the money I put on has gone! Hope you can help!

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@jonweymouth and @ninjacoxswain82 - I’ve moved your topics over here as it sounds like the same issue.

 

If you look at the best answer, this should help you resolve this one.

 

Thanks,

Ed

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A response to the title topic would be nice. My IHD was paired last week.  So how do i get the balance remaining to show on it. Everything else showing. Please dont re-post instructions on how to find balance on the meters. I dont care. I would like to see it on the IHD as i would told it would. Its quite unusual to see a company make their facilities worse for the customer,  but well done Boost, you have succeeded

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Updated on 28/06/21:

 

Hi @Lizzyp sure thing. When your IHD6 is linked up, your credit balance for each meter should show on the default screen. See the video below (01:30) to confirm this and the other features available.  

 

However (as outlined in our IHD guide, here) the default screen on these are often set to “Usage today” rather than your current balance. There is a simple fix to get your balance as the home screen default:

 

Choosing Your Home Screen Layout

 

From SETTINGS you can also change the view of your home screen according to your personal preference by selecting HOME screen. This option will give you four different home screen layouts to choose from. Use the left and right arrows to scroll through the options. Once you have chosen the screen view you prefer, press SET to save the settings. 

 

There is also a super handy user guide here.

 

The video and guide were created by Chameleon Technology you can find them here

 

If you have an issue with your IHD6:

 

To help the Support team work out why the IHD isn’t connecting, we need you to do some checks, which you might need to provide to the team via email, depending on what you diagnose: hello@boostpower.co.uk

 

Is there a WAN and HAN connection?

 

Check the electricity meter and confirm what the LED light labelled 'WAN' and ‘HAN’ is doing.

 

If you have a Secure Liberty smart meter, and the WAN light is flashing, the meter has WAN. Please check how many times the light flashes between pauses. One flash between pauses means very low signal, five means great signal. If the light is solid, there's no WAN. The HAN light will be solid when the HAN is open - this will activated during install (when pairing the electricity meter to the gas meter and any devices) as well as when pairing an IHD or smart relay via SFE. Once this process has completed, the HAN light will turn off. So you’ll need to check the IHD directly to see if it’s connected to the HAN.

 

If you have a Aclara S2 smart meter, if there’s WAN and HAN coverage the WAN & HAN lights on top will flash every 5 seconds. If they are searching for signal then they will flash every 3 seconds and if there is a connectivity issue then they will flash every 1 second or not flash at all.

 

Here are a list of questions you may be asked, if your meter has no or poor WAN:

 

  1. How strong is the mobile phone signal next to your meter?
  2. Is there anything metallic in the way of the meter which could be moved?
  3. If the meter has something metallic blocking the signal - for instance a mirror or an ironing board - then moving this may solve the problem.
  4. Is your electricity meter in a metal box (e.g a metal meter cupboard)? 
  5. Is your electricity meter in a basement, or is it partially enclosed (e.g in a closed cupboard under the stairs)?

 

If the IHD is showing missing data for one or both fuels and the meter comms are fine, you should perform the following checks.


1 - Check the distance to the electricity meter, has the IHD been moved? 
 

Try to keep the IHD within a max of 6 metres from the electricity meter. The signal will decline significantly with walls.

2 -  Has the IHD shown data previously or has anything changed e.g. obstructions?
 

If the IHD was previously showing data, check if anything has changed in the home that could have caused the loss of communication.

3 - Is the IHD showing the correct time?
 

If it's not showing the correct time, the IHD is not paired.
 

4 - Check the IHD signal bars

Signal bars solid > IHD is paired.
Signal bars flashing > Needs to be paired by our Support team: 0330 102 7517 (0117 370 1041 from a mobile)

5 - Try turning off for several minutes before turning back on.

 

If we’ve missed anything out, please leave a comment below!

 

 

In Home Display FAQs:

 

 

Why is my IHD balance different from my app balance? 

 

The app balance gets updated once a day after midnight. If you've used energy since midnight or if you've topped up since the time your energy balance updated on your app, then your app balance will be out of date. 

If your meter isn’t communicating with us, then your balance won't update in the app. But the IHD will communicate from your meter throughout the day to stay up to date.

 

Troubleshooting issues with PAYG Smart and your SMETS1 meter

 

Do I have a SMETS1 or SMETS2 meter? How can I tell the difference?

 

A SMETS1 meter has a meter keypad with numbers, and a red and blue A and B button. 

 

If you have a SMETS2 smart meter, it’ll just have the 2 red and blue buttons, but no keypad. 


 

Why isn’t my top up showing on my meter or IHD?

 

It’s normal for smart meters to lose signal from time to time, just like mobile phones. This means it might take longer than usual for your top-up to show up as energy credit. It shouldn’t take more than an hour to see your top-ups on your meter, but you can always add them manually too. Read on for more info. 


 

How do I top up my SMETS1 meters manually?

 

After making a payment, it takes up to 30 minutes (for electricity) and 60 minutes (for gas) for the money to show on your meter. If it doesn’t, you can give it a little push.

 

For this, you’ll need the 20-digit code on your PayPoint receipt. This is why it’s always best to keep your receipts safe.

 

  • Press on your gas or electricity meter

  • Enter the code from your receipt

  • Tap B to confirm and it’s all done!

 

If you top up online or via your app, PayPoint will either email them to you or send them via text.

 

If you’ve lost power and your top-up takes your balance above £0, your meter will start doing safety checks. If it detects gas, the power won’t switch on, so make sure all gas appliances are off before trying to reconnect. If the meter has disconnected, you can reconnect it by pressing AAB (SMETS1) or holding and B at the same time (SMETS2).

 

Why did my SMETS1 meter cut out without using emergency credit first? 


 

1. Activate your emergency credit using your IHD

When your balance drops below £5, your IHD will flash and tell you that you can activate the emergency credit. If you don’t, it’ll then flash again when your balance is below 50p:

 

  • Navigate to the main menu

  • Click on Account

  • Press the  emergency credit button

 

(You’ll find more detailed information on what to do in your IHD booklet.)

 

2. Activate your emergency credit using your meter:
 

  • Press the 7 on the keypad

  • You’ll see a message saying EC OFFER – tap A to accept the emergency credit or B to ignore

  • Then tap B to confirm

  • By pressing 7 you’ll see whether the credit has been activated – it’ll tell you EC SELECTED

 

Troubleshooting issues with PAYG Smart and your SMETS2 meter

 

Do I have a SMETS1 or SMETS2 meter? How can I tell the difference?

 

You can tell if you’ve got a SMETS1 meter, as it will have a meter keypad with numbers, and a red and blue A and B button. 

 

If you have a SMETS2 smart meter, it will just have the 2 red and blue buttons, keypad. 

 

Why isn’t my top up showing on my SMETS2 meter or IHD?

 

Smart meters can stop communicating with us for a number of reasons. If your top-up hasn't appeared on your meter, follow the instructions below to add your credit manually.. 


 

How do I top up my SMETS2 meters manually?


There are 2 ways:

 

1. Using your IHD – this is the easiest and fastest way:

  • Tap the menu icon at the bottom right of the screen

  • Press Top-Up

  • Choose the fuel you want to top up

  • Press OK

  • Enter your PayPoint code

  • Tap OK

  • The IHD will then confirm that your money has been added to your meter

 

2. Using your meter
 

For electricity:

  • Press A on your meter until you see Enter Top Up Code

  • Press and hold A to begin typing 

  • Enter your code using the A and B buttons to navigate through the digits

  • Press and hold B when complete

  • The meter will show you one of these messages: Top Up accepted or Invalid

  • Press A to continue

 

For gas:

  • Press C on your gas meter to enter the menu

  • Using and B, scroll to Prepayment and press C

  • Tap A and B until you see New Payment

  • Press to select it

  • Use A and B to enter your code

  • Tap C again

 

If you’ve lost power and your top-up takes your balance above £0, your meter will start doing safety checks. If it detects gas, the power won’t switch on. If the meter has disconnected, you should be asked to press any button following a top-up to trigger a reconnection.

 

Why did my SMETS2 meter cut out straight away without warning? Where is my emergency credit?

 

1. Activate your emergency credit using your IHD:

If your balance drops below £5, the IHD will tell you that your emergency credit is available:
 

  • Press the menu button

  • Tap E-Credit

  • Select the fuel you want emergency credit for (gas or electricity)

  • Press OK

  • The IHD will confirm your request

  • You’ll see Emergency credit in use next to the fuel you’ve added it to

 

2. Activate your emergency credit using your meter

 

For electricity:

If your balance goes below £0, your meter will say EMC available:

 

  • Press A to cancel or B to activate it

  • You should now see 2 emergency credit balances. The first is how much emergency credit you have left and the second shows how much has already been accepted

  • If you select the emergency credit, you’ll see an EC sign on the display at the bottom-right corner

 

For gas:

  • Press any button on your gas meter to wake up the screen

  • If you have any emergency credit available, you’ll see an EC logo on the screen, next to the signal bar icon

  • Press C to enter the menu and B to scroll to Prepayment

  • Tap C to enter

  • Press B to scroll down to the Emerg. Credit option, then C to enter

  • If the status says Available, press C to accept the £5 emergency credit (you should hear a beep sound and the status should change to In-Use)

  • You can check your emergency credit balance by going through the same menu options until you see Limit and Remaining

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Funnily enough, i knew about the default setting. However the issue was my balance wasnt showing. 

The resolution was as simple as turn off the IHD and back on again.

It would be helpful if answers answered the question.

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