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Started with the centre button not working so unable to set timer etc..been like that for a while.. my electric tripped and when turned back on display showed stop..as centre button not working was unable to set time so unable to use oven at all..now the display is completely blank..

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No magic solution...luckily for me it sorted it's self out..
the only thing i did was leave the power off for sometime and when put back on
the centre button then worked...and that meant able to set clock ..

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

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How do I program hpm time switch hl03705 very hard


Hi Brian
First thing to note about this timer is that it has a button battery to hold your program & keep the LCD display alive. Use the release tab in the lower left corner to separate the timer from the relay mechanism. Not only does this allow access to the battery, but It is also easier to program this way without having to stand in front of your electric box with a torch, trying to program the unit. It can then be returned when set up to your requirements.
Programming is quite straight forward once you get used to it's idiosyncrasies.
It is all controlled by the tiny joy stick which also has a push button in the centre.
Start by pushing the centre button straight in, It will then show a list of functions. Use the up / down side of the joystick to choose the function you want.
If you just want to turn your device ON for example (with the front facia back in place in the switchboard) just click down past the bottom of the visible list till you see ON. Then press the centre button in. You will hear a click as the relay turns ON. Repeat the same for OFF or AUTO. The unit would normally be left in the AUTO mode to perform it's programmed timing routine.
There is also a RESET position which clears all data to allow you to start over, clean.
Use this same method to set the TIME & DATE. Use the joystick left & right or up & down to set the right time & date.
It has enough smarts to figure if it is day 1 or 7, seen in the LCD bars at the very top under plastic 1-7 numerals.
When your ready to set the timer up for the Turn On & Off times that you have chosen then press the CENTRE BUTTON IN and use the up & down joystick to select "PROG" for programming.
Note that on the lower grey plastic sides of the LCD display there is the letters stamped On on one side and Off on the other.
You use this as an indicator when setting up your ON & OFF times on the LCD display. The LCD display only puts a black marker on the actual LCD to indicate your chosen times.
You will use the up / down joystick to line up the time of day that you want and the Right joystick to mark all the spots between the hours you choose.
Very hard for me to get to specific here without running in and out to my timer, So.... remove your timer control facia and sit down somewhere comfortable & undisturbed and play around with these settings until you get them right. Then carefully plug the unit back in and .... voila... your in business.
Now.... back to finding a replacement for my timer which has bad contacts and sometimes won't turn the hot water ON when it should. 7 Years of On / Off for the hot water aint bad!

NOTE:
This is a seven day timer. At the very top of the LCD Display, from left to right you will see numbers engraved in the plastic. Once you programmed your date, there will be a tiny LCD mark under one of these numbers to indicate what day of the week it is 1-7.
When you have decided what hours you want the timer to turn ON & OFF, you will notice a tiny mark under position 1. You have actually only programmed position 1.
To program the other days of the week this timer has no shortcuts. You must continue the time programming (using joy stick) past 24 hours (Into the next Day) for it to move to the next days settings. Continue further for the remaining days of week. You will notice a notch under the etched plastic numbers. This indicates wether your programming a turn ON time for Monday thru Sunday.
It's definitely a pain to set up if you aren't aware of how it's done. Cant find a manual on line as a PDF file.
I will look through my paperwork and see if I still have the programming chart!

Good Luck with Yours

Found Supplier Here:
http://www.electricaldistributors.com.au/contact-us/naval-base-branch/

FOUND THE USER GUIDE INCLUDED WITH THE TIMER
SEE THE ATTACHED PDF FILE:.........
"HPM TIMER HL03705"
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So my intermetic time is broken, the gears dont turn, and the on/ off override isnt working. I need my pool heater, what do i do?


Sounds like you lost power to the timer. Look in your electric panel for a tripped breaker. Turn it OFF then back ON.

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Electric oven wont heat up


Check your manual to make sure that you can re-calibrate the thermostat as long as your clock is working., the timer works, and the START button is working. If the timer can't be started, it may b3e a touchpad problem. Do you have F1 error message? If nothing is working then there might be a tripped circuit breaker.

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How do I program Woods digital timer 59203?


Link shows all Woods timers and manuals
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html
If instructions below do not match your timer, look through timers on Woods page to identify, and then add a comment.

Manual for 59203
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59203.pdf

Instructions below are for Woods 59203 & GE 59203 plug-in programmable timer with 2-prong polarized outlet:
Plug timer in until battery is charged.
If display will not show, then timer battery needs to be recharged, or timer may be busted, or electric circuit is tripped off, or electric circuit heeds to be tested with circuit analyzer.

Set current time:
Press and hold CLOCK button.
Press HOUR and MINUTE to set correct time with am and pm.
Press Day button to set current day.
Release clock button.

Program timer:
Press PROGRAM button until "1 ON" displays. This is program1 ON.
Press MINUTE and HOUR buttons to set ON time for program1
Press DAY button to choose day or group of days for program1 ON

Press PROGRAM button until "1 OFF" displays. This is program1 OFF
Press MINUTE and HOUR buttons to set OFF time for program1
Press DAY button to choose day or group of days for program1 OFF

Press PROGRAM button until "2 ON" displays. This is program2 ON.
Repeat steps above to set ON and OFF time for 5 programs.

When programming is completed, press CLOCK button to exit programming.
Press ON/AUTO/OFF button until Auto displays.

Make sure lamp is turned on.
Make sure bulb is good.

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How do I set the time on the 61048 SUNBEAM DIGITAL TIMER


This is a countdown-type timer, for precise cooking times, etc. Press hour and minute buttons to set time.
Press start button to begin countdown.
Press hour and minute buttons same time to reset timer.
Timer beeps each 5 and 10 minute intervals during countdown.
This timer does not connect to any electrical device, has a magnet on back, and has internal battery operated.

For large image of timer:
http://www.oneida.com/oneida-digital-clock-timer.html?utm_source=Shopping.com

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AEG single oven - clock runs for 12 hrs , buzzes and goes back to 12 o'clock - if set timer and check time remaining, it buzzes and jumps to clock setting loosing time remaining. Buzzer sounds ''hoarse''.


you must setting the count down timer instead of time of day. to set time of day. press centre button 4 times lamp flashes in bottom righthand of display. use + and - to get correct time after 10 secs time will lock in. to check you have not set count down press centre button 3 times lamp flashes top right corner of display if not at 0000 use - button to get to 0000 leave 10 secs then should revert to time of day. also check you have not entered cooking time. press centre 1x this also should read 0000. hope this helps

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De Dietrich Oven - Clock tripping back to 00:00 means I cant turn


The part that needs replacing is the clock timer.

FIRST: ISOLATE THE CIRCUIT.

The front fascia is held on by three clips. Take off the two knobs and gently pry away the fascia fron the left, right and top centre.

The clock timer is held in by four plastic push clips at the top and bottom about 1cm in from the end. Push them in and pull the timer out.

There are now three wires on push clips attached at the back.

Do not take the colours for granted. On my oven just repaired the Live was Black and the Neutral was Red! The black marked 'C' is the input. The side by the trip switch is the output. The Red goes on the other side.

When the timer trips it causes the circuit between the input and output to break.

You have two options now:

Read the serial number of the timer and try and order it (expensive), swap the cables over.


Carefully run an electrical cable between the push clips on both black cables making sure you leave no exposed wire. Your timer and clock however will never work, the oven just does not care about it anymore.





Note: I am not an oven engineer, I am an electrical engineer in another field and have tested voltages and current and believe this to be safe. I have done this on my own oven.

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Timer doesn't come on after being set. Operates landscape lights


Check your circuit breaker that feeds the timer circuit in your main electric panel. It may have tripped. Sometimes when a breaker trips it's hard to tell visually, so turn the breaker off, then back on.
Also, the circuit that feeds the timer may be on the load side of a GFCI receptacle. Look for one that has tripped. Sometimes they are found in obscure places.

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