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My truck starts every 3 hours?

I know theres a timer mode but I don't have the manual for the hornet 477t. Its getting me in trouble with the neighbors and I have no idea what to do.

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Directed Electronics is who makes them and you can access their manuals on their website. Hope this helps!

http://www.directed.com/Support/ProductGuides.aspx

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Setting the clock on a brinks timer 44-1011


I finally found the instructions for the Brinks timer 44-1011 and they work.
    • BRINKS DIGITAL TIMER 44-1011 INSTRUCTIONS
    • CURRENT TIME SETTING
    • 1*Press and hold the OK button for 4 seconds. Hour Display flashes.
    • 2*Press +/MANUAL or - to select the hour. Press OK to confirm.
    • 3*Minute display will now flash. Press +/MANUAL or - to select the minute. Press OK to confirm.
    • 4*Press MENU to exit the time setting mode. Now the timer is in clock mode.
    • PROGRAM SETTING NOTE: This timer can be set up for up to 2 different programs. We will use PROG 1 for this example, however these steps can be repeated for any of the 2 programs. To cycle through the individual programs use the +/MANUAL or - after pressing MENU in step one until the desired PROG "#" is flashing. To clear a program setting hit the RECALL button when you have the program selected.
    • 1*Press MENU button, PROG 1 "ON" will flash, press OK.
    • 2*Hour will flash. Cycle with +/MANUAL or - to desired hour, press OK.
    • 3*Minutes will flash. Cycle through minutes +/MANUAL or - to desired minute, press OK.
    • 4*Program will be flashing again. Press +/MANUAL to get to PROG 1 "OFF" blinking, press OK.
    • 5*Repeat steps 2-4 to complete PROG 1 setting.
    • 6*When done setting programs press the MENU button to return to clock mode.
    • 7*Press +/MANUAL to have LCD showing either "AUTO ON" or "AUTO OFF" for the timer to execute the programmed settings.
    • DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SETTING (DLST)
    • 1*In clock mode, press RECALL to turn on or off the Daylight Saving Time.
    • 2*Turn on DLST, the below of LCD shows +1H. Time is adjusted by adding one hour.
    • 3*Turn off DLST, +1H will disappear and LCD shows the real time. MANUAL OVERRIDE AND ALWAYS ON/OFF When in clock mode the +/MANUAL sign cycles through
    • 4 settings that serve as manual override. **ON - Indicates that the timer is in the ON mode, and will always be on regardless of the programmed setting. **AUTO ON - At this selection, the timer will come on regardless of the programmed setting, but it will follow the next programmed command. **OFF - Indicates that the timer is always off (i.e. the wall socket is turned off) **AUTO OFF - Indicates that the timer is in the OFF mode until the next programmed step that turns it ON.
    • NOTE: For normal timer function, the selection must be either "AUTO ON" or "AUTO OFF". RESET At any mode, press RESET for 5 seconds. All settings will be cleared, return to clock mode, 12:00 MO, AM, AUTO OFF will be shown on LCD
I hope this is helpful. It was a bear to find.

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Model dehumidifier DDR2611/4011, how do you set the timer? What is the on and off timer for, and the 24 hours?


Boy you know you're in trouble when a web search for your product gives fixya on page 1 google.
There is a product manual for your dehumidifier Sept 2012: but it doesn't say how to set the timer. What a doofus manual.
http://www.danby.com/cms/products/en_manual/Manual_for_DDR26114011_%282%29.pdf
There is a customer care phone number:
http://www.danby.com/en/CA/customer_service

On and OFF are probably manual override, so you can operate unit without timer.
24 hour means a 24-hour military-time clock without am and pm. So 1pm is hour 13, and 8pm is hour 20, and 1am is hour 1, etc.
+/- set the humidity

Best guess for Seting the timer.
Press and release clock (timer) button. You may have to press and hold.
And probably auto start is first thing on menu.
Press + or - button to select start hour from 1 thru 24.
Press clock (timer) button again.
And probably auto stop is next.
Press + or - buttons to select stop hour from 1 thru 24.
Probably you press clock button again to exit timer programming.

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How do I turn off the delay timer? When I set it up, the timer automatically sets it on a 3 hour delay. I have moved the up & down arrows but it won't set at 00:00 unless I unplug it. Then I set...


No offense intended but you need to step away and read the instruction manual step-by-step. One point I can make: The three hours you're seeing in the display when you first plug the unit in are simply telling you how long the default white bread mode is going to take to complete. It's merely a counter that counts down so at any time you glance over at the machine you'll know how much longer it's going to be before the bread is finished. The digital display has NOTHING to do with the delay timer until you start pressing delay timer arrows.

Hope this helps!

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I need instructions on how to program my intermatic timer 1076311. It's a two button timer.


The Intermatic outdoor timer 1076311 is Intermatic model HB65R.
It has two buttons, TIME and MODE and a digital display.
Instructions:
1. Plug in the timer, which self-tests. If error, EE flashes.
If normal, 88 flashes for 3 seconds, then display shows C and you can proceed to set the timer.
2. Push the TIME button to set C (current time) AM hours 1-12 and PM hours 1. to 12. (Example: for 7 AM push the TIME button until the display shows "7" for 7 PM push the TIME button until the display shows "7."
3. Now push and hold down the MODE button until the display shows P for the "ON time."
4. Push the TIME button to set the hour to turn ON, from AM 1 to 12 or PM 1. to 12.(Example: if you want the power on at 7 PM repeatedly push the TIME button till the display reads 7.)
5. Push and hold down the MODE button until the display reads E for "END time" (time you want the power OFF)
6. Push the TIME button repeatedly to set the end time hour from AM 1 to 12 or PM 1. to 12. The time off will display.
7. Press the MODE button to toggle between ON and the current time.

If you unplug the timer you will have to reset the C (current time), P (ON time) and E (END or OFF time).

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Outside timer model N1508 Have lost the manual and don't ;know how to program it. It has Time P7E11and Mode 11 and 0


I don't recognize N1508 timer:

Open following link to see numerous outdoor and indoor timers with manuals:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#yard-stake

There is a N1507 outdoor timer and N1502
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#1507

To search page for N15-- timers, open 'Find' feature on browser.
Go to edit, click find, type in N15 and click next.

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How can I program my Leviton timer model 6651-I?


Leviton 6651 Manual.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Leviton-6651-manual.pdf
Timer requires a battery which should be replaced each 12 to 18 months.
Timer replaces single-pole or 3-way switch, and does not need a separate neutral wire.
Timer is for incandescent lights only.
500 Watt capacity
Push the door for manual override to reverse program that is in effect.

The 14 hour timing period is represented by 24 dip switches.
Each dip switch is positioned for ON or OFF.

Click the dip switch right or left
Start at the bottom
For example: ON for 3 hours, OFF for 4 hours, ON again for 3 hours:
Click dip switches 1 thru 3 to ON position, 4 thru 7 to OFF position, 8 thru 10 to ON position
ON position is to the right.
OFF position is to the left.

At the end of the 14 hour program, the timer turns lights OFF until the original start time is reached after 24 hours.
Timer will operate like this while in AUTO mode, until function switch is moved from AUTO to MAN or OFF modes.
Function switch is located at very bottom of timer door.
To activate program (on first day), function switch is set to OFF position for 2 seconds, and then move function switch to AUTO mode, and programming cycle begins.

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I'm having trouble setting this item. I can get it to come on, but it won't turn off at the set time. What am I doing wrong? Thanks, Janene


I don't have a Woods 59112 Manual
Here's link to Woods 49063 manual aka Woods TD1000 aka Noma TD1000
If manual is same/similar as your manual, then read solution given below
If solution below is incorrect, the write out your instructions ... I found that writing out instructions makes things clear.

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Solution:
I think you have set ON time but did not set corresponding OFF time
Below is whole programming layout for you to read through
The important thing is to look at the display while programming
For example, lets say you are setting ON time for PROG1
For ON time, the display shows 3 things:
-display shows PROG in upper left corner
-display shows the number 1 to right of time
-display shows the word ON to the right of the number 1

Now you want to set OFF time for PROG1

For OFF, the display shows 3 things:
-display shows PROG as before
-display shows 1 as before
-display has changed and shows the word OFF to right of number 1


Here's how to set Woods TD1000 timer

Plug in timer to see if battery will recharge. Display shows when battery is charged. No display, then timer is no good.

TD-1000 timer has 8 on-off functions per 24-hour day

Timer has 5 buttons + reset:
TIME MODE PROG HOUR MIN

Set current time
Press and hold TIME > use Hour to set hour, Min to set minute
Release Time button ... correct time should show

Program: Capacity for 8 on-off times per day
Press PROG to set first ON time
ON and number 1 are displayed on left
Use hour and minute button to set ON time

Press PROG to confirm
Now, OFF and number 1 are displayed
Use hour and min key to set OFF time

Press PROG to confirm

When 8 programs are set, Press MODE key.
Choose Manual OFF. Manual ON, Auto ON, Auto Off

To use programs, select Auto ON

DST daylight savings time has to be done manually.
Press HOUR MIN button simultaneously > timer set up one hour
Repeat again and timer goes back one hour

Do not plug timer into extension cord > must be plugged into wall

Oct 05, 2010 | Woods INDUSTRIES 59112 INDOOR DIGITAL...

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I need to program the timer


http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-EC4000-program.pdf
4 Buttons RUN MODE Arrow ENTER
Programming steps are long but straightforward
16 set points
Selectable clock format - 12 hour/ 24 hour
Day skipper
Manual has troubleshoot section, so expect the usual trouble

Wiring diagram at bottom shows 5 poles for 120V timer.
Hot and Neutral connect to poles 1 and 2
Jumper from Hot to pole 3
NC normally closed pole 5
NO normally open pole 4
Black from load connects to pole 4 or 5
White from load connects to Neutral at pole 1 or 2

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I needto know whwt wires go where???


Ok I know I have been bouncing around. My truch wants to start. I have had it in at leist 3 modes.
1. Valet. And didn't start.
2. Out of Valet.
3. Armed
4. Disarmed
still would not start. I can rule out the 95%. EGR, good, Fuel pump,New Fuel filter. New. Relay New. Fuse for cig lighter. New. All fuse at alarm Good .

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Car alarm programing


Assuming the following -

1. Your key, when turned to lock or unlock in the driver's door key cylinder and held there, will roll the windows/sunroof up or down respectively,

2. The transmitter on your car locks and unlocks the doors just fine.

3. You know where the valet switch for your alarm is located.

Program as follows:
Open the door and leave it open until you've finished programming. Turn the ignition on and off. Push the Valet switch and release it 10 times, and push it an 11th time making sure to hold it in. You should see 10 flashes on the status LED, 10 siren chirps, or both. This tells you that you are in option 10, which is the comfort closure feature.

At this point push the unlock button on the transmitter. That will change the comfort closure setting to "on". Once the unlock button is pushed the LED should stop flashing. At this point it is programmed and you can turn the ignition on again.

Feb 21, 2008 | Car Audio & Video

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