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DVR633H timer recording screen inaccessible

The on-screen display went garbled, but i could still enter recording event info with difficulty.
I reset the machine (Stop + ON in ON state).
TR on-screen display no longer appears at all, via menu/Timer Recording or the remote TR button.
Perhaps this is intentional - TR disabled via download over cable?

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I had the same problem. Contacted Pioneer tech support, they had me send the machine in even though it was out of warranty; apparently a hard drive problem that they were researching. They sent it back with HDD replaced, worked again.

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I have a ET100C and the lights will only stay on for a few seconds in both manual and auto modes


Before you attempt any reprogramming, you might be better served by performing a RESET on the clock. TO RESET TIME SWITCH COMPLETELY: Press the recessed RESET switch for five seconds to remove all eight available events and to reset time of day clock to 12:00 A.M.

After resetting, try reprogramming again. The procedure below is copied from the manual (which can be downloaded here):

TO MANUALLY TURN ON OR OFF: Program Selector switch must be in RUN position. In AUTO or MANUAL Press ON/OFF button. Display indicates load is either on or off.

TO SET TIME: Slide Program Selector switch to TIME SET. Press HOUR and
MINUTE buttons individually to select current time of day. Note that clock is a 12 hour AM/PM repeating clock.

TO SET OR CHANGE PROGRAMMED SET POINTS: Select PROGRAM mode with Program Selector. Note that the event display shows Event #1. There are eight possible programmed events. Four ON and four OFF which are programmed alternately. All available events need not be used.
Press the HOUR and MINUTE buttons separately to program the first ON time
desired. Note the ON indicator (OFF in the next step) will only be displayed after the hour has been selected unless an ON time was previously entered.
Press EVENT button. The display now shows the next Event #2. Press HOUR and MINUTE buttons separately to select first OFF time or Event #2.
Press EVENT button to select Event #3. This is the second ON time. Program the ON time by pressing the HOUR and MINUTE buttons. Repeat this procedure for up to 4 ON and 4 OFF times (8 Events) as required. Return Program Selector switch to RUN Position. Be sure Manual/Auto switch is in the AUTO position.

TO OVERRIDE PROGRAM: Program can be overridden at any time by selecting the MANUAL position. Program set times will be maintained but will not operate the controlled load(s) automatically.

TO CHANGE OR DELETE PROGRAM SET POINTS: Place Program Selector switch into PROGRAM mode. Press EVENT button to step through the eight possible events. Note that the times which have been programmed will be displayed or 0:00 will be displayed if no set point has been entered. To change an event time, press the HOUR and/or MINUTE buttons to change the time currently in the program to the new time desired. Press EVENT button to proceed to next programmed event. To remove a programmed Event: Press the ON/OFF button two times. When this is done, the display will show 0:00 and the event number.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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When I try to record back to back programs on different channels the timers won't work. It tells me there is a conflict with the timers and tells me to change priority or whatever. I can set a manual...


Hi this is Luke.
DVR Priority settings are used to prioritize timers should there be a conflict between timers. The top of the list is the highest priority and takes precedence. The bottom of the list is the lowest priority. A lower priority timer will not fire if there is a higher priority timer at the same time. Timers that conflict with each other will display Attention 532. The message may display when switching from Single User Mode to Dual User Mode because the receiver recalculates timers for conflicts.
  1. Press DVR three times on the remote (twice for a 942 receiver). The skip timer icon (red x) designates a conflicting timer.
  2. Select Timers.
  3. Select Set Priority.
  4. Select the timer to change.
  5. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons on the remote or the Move Up and Move Down options on the screen to move the timer priority one at a time. Use the Move to Top and Move to Last options on the screen to make the timer top or last priority.
  6. Select Done.

Selecting Automatically resolve by priority will allow the receiver to set the priority level of the timer. The last timer created will have the lowest priority level and will not be recorded if both tuners are being used for other higher priority level timers.

Selecting Change the priority of this timer will allow the customer to set the priority level of the timer. With the new event highlighted in the Daily Schedule screen (the event will display with the skip icon), press Select. Select Restore and then Yes. The new timer will now have a higher priority level than the conflicting timers.

You may also want to resolve the conflict by:
  1. Press Menu on the remote.
  2. Select Daily Schedule.
  3. Select Timers.
  4. Arrow over and select the timer that needs to be edited.
  5. Select Edit.
  6. Make the desired changes then select done.
Let me know if this help.

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How do i remove an event from programing


Removing event from programming is dependent on brand and model number of timer.
Identify timer and then add a comment.
Some timers are reset by unplugging them. Some timers have a reset button.
Each timer is different.

On Utilitec 0192773, the manual says to press PROG button to find setting, and then press RESUME button.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0192773.html

On ST01C timer, press MODE until screen displays PGM, then press ON/OFF to find setting, then press + until program displays, press ON/OFF and then press + until SKIP is displayed.
http://waterheatertimer.org/ST01C-program.html

Use following links to help identify your timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/UPM-timers-and-manuals.html

If you do not want to identify your timer and add a comment for further free help, then take advantage of fixya phone support.
For a price, fixya expert reads steps from the manual while you program the timer.

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How do I get the intermatic dt27 timer to work with out astro? I set it for an event, but it still uses the sunrise/sunset operation.


This manual is a bit confusing because it jumps across steps without telling you.

Look at manual instructions above Fig 11 where it says "Programming ON/OFF event times without astro." This is where your instructions are.

But let's start back at Fig 6. Setting DST
I think the instructions jump from DST at Fig 6 to programming at Fig 11

DST says:
If you want timer to compensate for DST, the display automatically defaults to AUTO.
If you do not want DST, press SET+ or ENTER/NEXT and display reads MANUAL
Then it says: Press MODE+ to go set up ASTRO feature

But you don't want ASTRO

I think this is where you by-pass ASTRO completely by pressing MODE+ until the screen looks like Fig 11 below:
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Now you are at programming steps to right of Fig 11:
EVENT1 shows in screen
-Press Day to set days > you keep pressing Day to show M-F, Sat-Sun, or individual days
Then use SET+ and SET- to set ON time for EVENT1

Press ENTER/NEXT to go to EVENT2
EVENT2 is OFF time for EVENT1

Tip: Other intermatic timers ignore all Events that conflict ... so you might make on-off chart before programming

After EVENTs are programmed, press MODE+ to go to AUTO

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How do I program a Micronta programmable timer--I set the time to have it go on, but how do I set it to go off?


LCD Programmable Timer (630-0892) Operation Faxback Doc. # 17153 Setting The Time and Day Follow these steps to set the current time and day. 1. Slide RUN/PROG/TIME SET to TIME SET. 2. Press HOUR to set the hour digits. Pressing and holding down HOUR rapid- ly advances the hour digits. NOTE: P appears to the left of the hour digits to indicate P.M. hours. 3. Press MIN (minute) to set the minutes digits. Pressing and holding down MIN rapidly advances the minute digits. 4. Press DAY until the correct day abbreviation appears. 5. Slide the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to RUN. The colon flashes to show the clock is running. NOTE: Keep this switch set to RUN to prevent accidentally changing the time. Setting The Timer The timer has 14 settings (1-14). Odd numbered settings specify a time to turn on the appliance and even numbered settings specify a time to turn off the appliance. Follow these steps to set your timer. 1. Slide the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to PROG. The display shows the first setting. If you have not entered any setting, the display appears as shown in the illustration. 2. Press Event to select a setting to enter or change. 3. Press Hour to set the HOUR digits and press MIN to set minute digits to the correct time. NOTE: Be sure P appears to the left of the hour digits when you want to set a P.M. hour. 4. Press Day to select the day of the week for this setting. If you want the setting to apply to every day of the week, repeatedly press DAY until all day indicators appear on the display. 5. When you finish entering the setting, press EVENT. The timer advances to the next setting. 6. Repeat Steps 3 through 5 to enter additional settings. NOTES: Be sure to set the timer to turn off the appliance. The appli- ance remains on as long as there is power if you do not set a time for the appliance to turn off. To replace an existing event, select its setting number and set the new event time. To clear an event, select its setting number and press CLEAR twice. Be sure to clear both the on time and the off time for an event. If you set the timer to turn on the appliance every day, be sure to also set the timer to turn off the appliance every day. 7. Set the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to RUN. NOTE: You must set this switch to RUN to turn on or off the appliance either automatically or manually. When the timer automatically turns on the appliance, ON appears on the display and the indicator lights red. When the appliance turns off, the indicator turns off. Reviewing The Settings To review the settings in your timer, set RUN/PROG/TIME SET to PROG. Setting 1 appears on the display. Repeatedly press EVENT to view the other settings. NOTE: To determine event being programmed, pull the power for a period of 5 minutes. Then re-power the unit. The first event will be "ON" and the next will be "OFF", etc. There will be a number to the side of the display that tells you which event you are programming, The even numbers are "OFF" and the odd numbers are "ON" events. (EB 3/17/97) (EB 7/16/97)

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We recently purchased a home with an intermatic model EJ500 timer. It does not work. Changed batteries - screen does not light up. Breaker checked and working. Nothing happens when press next/on/off and...


EJ500 has 1 year warranty. The reset button sits naturally lower than other buttons.

The manual shows troubleshooting.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-ej500c-manual.pdf

If timer is blank: display bulb burned out; press next/on/off, other timer or switch has turned off power to EJ500.

Maybe a new timer is needed. ST01C (1 year) & EI600 (5 year warranty) each offer same 40-programs per week.

Timers shown above are battery operated, and cannot operate load farther than 100' from timer.

EI500 & GE 15086 offer 7 programs per week ... 7 on events and 7 off events.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Programmable.html#progr

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Decora 6124H Timer


Leviton 6124 timer instructions:
Timer comes with plastic protector over display >> remove protector to see display.
Large button is manual override.
After timer is wired, push override to make sure Load turns ON and OFF.

Timer has 3 small buttons located below manual override used for programming
Display is divided into 24-hours with am times on left and pm on right.
24 Hour day is divided into 1/2 Hour segments
Each 1/2 hour must be set for ON or OFF

Start by pushing left-side event-cursor-advance-button and it scrolls down each 1/2 Hour.
Once you arrive at 1/2 hour > make decision if you want timer ON or OFF for that half hour.

Press event-set-reset-button in center to set ON-OFF for that 1/2 hour.

Press center event-set-reset-button and solid black rectangle fills in for that half hour.
Solid black rectangle means timer ON for that 1/2 Hour.

Once solid square is selected, press event-cursor-advance-button and cursor advances again and starts filling in black rectangles for each 1/2 Hour period.
Keep filling in black rectangles for all times you want timer ON.

When you reach 1/2 Hour period you want timer OFF, then press center event-set-reset-button so that no black rectangle is visible for that 1/2 hour.
No black rectangle means timer is OFF for that half hour.

To set current time, use right-side time-advance-button.
Press and hold time-advance and time cursor advances down through the am and then pm hours.
Stop cursor at current time, and timer is ready.

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Oven display went blank. Has Power.


Hello, The first thing I'd look at is your owner's manual to insure the timer hasn't been set to "Sabbath" mode accidently. If that is the case you could experience a "no display" scenario. The manual will also explain how to enter/exit the "Sabbath" mode. In the event the timer itself is at fault ( i.e. the display transformer gone bad ) it will have to be replaced or (if an available option exist's for your timer) have your timer rebuilt. Hope that help's and please take a second and rate the info provided by me here at fixya. Thank you and good luck. macmarkus :)

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Timer light flashing,


You have a record event set for your VCR. Consult your user manual for specific ways to delete.

Generally, if you still have the remote, you can press the menu button, goto timer / record setup and see what events have already been saved. There may be information on the screen indicating how to delete.

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Screen goes blank or garbled when using


Tricky to take this unit appart, however if you do you will in all likely hood discover that there is a very small crack through the smaller tracks of the flexible cct strip that connects to the screen. It appears to be under too much stress at the point it enters the screen.
I'm currently tryiong to source a replacement but suspect that repair will not be cost effective.
del.

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