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It's a little backward from what I was thinking. The "Stops" haveto be UP for the timer to be OFF. When you want the timer toturn an object ON you push the "Stops" DOWN.Thanks to geno_3245 for posting the initial information.

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Ge timer 15131 buzzing


Copy following link to see array of GE analog timers, including 15131: Model numbers and designs change as products are updated to meet new marketing objectives.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15119

Information about 15131 analog timer:
Plug timer into different outlet to eliminate outlet-wiring as possible suspect.
If timer makes noise only when connected to one outlet, then test outlet for loose wires, and feel is outlet is warm, or circuit breaker is warm to touch to indicate electrical problem.

GE15131 is ordinary analog timer with small clock motor inside that rotates timer dial. Motor gears are plastic, and generally very quiet.
So the timer has small motor that could cause humming noise.
There is also a switch that could be partially burned, from use-and-age or overload, and that could be flickering, but you would expect that to happen only when light was ON, and light would probably flicker, or not turn on.
Buy another timer if noise is annoying. These timers have 1 year limited warranty, and can stop functioning within a year or two, just like a $10 Christmas toy might not function very long.
Analog timers sometimes work for many years.

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Copy following links to identify timer and setting analog timer by experimenting with features.
GE timers change appearance as model numbers are upgraded, but all 24-hour analog timers have same basic features.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15119
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html

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Copy following links for GE timer wiring.
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It's a little backward from what I was thinking. The "Stops" haveto be UP for the timer to be OFF. When you want the timer toturn an object ON you push the "Stops" DOWN.Thanks to geno_3245 for posting the initial information.

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Open following link to identify timer, read instructions.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15004

I test timers. Some arrive defective.

Also there is a slide switch located on side of timer that has to be set one direction or other.
Move this switch and then manually rotate dial to see how light turns on-off.

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I have a basic timer with no pins. Can't figure out how to use it.


You posted under GE 15004 timer.

To make sure we are discussing same timer, see image of product at Jasco:
http://www.jascoproducts.com/products/pc/GE-24-Hour-Plug-In-Timer-86p169.htm
If this is not your timer, then add a comment.

I do not have a manual for this timer.
Jasco has not posted manual for 15004 timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15004

Looking at timer, it appears as if the following instructions apply.
Since you have the product and instruction sheet, add a comment if your knowledge of the details varies: Your contribution to the fixya community is helpful to others.

To set timer:
Rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with pointer.
Move red and green pins to hours you want timer to turn on-off.
Pins are non-removable.

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I have basic timer # 15417. No instructions came with it and I don't know how to set it..


GE 15417 is electro-mechanical plug-in timer

GE 15417 GE15119 GE15131 are combined in one instruction sheet:
http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/manual-downloads/applications/DocumentLibraryManager/upload/15119-Manual-eng.pdf

1) Rotate dial until current time lines up with stationary black triangle located in center.
2) Segments around outer dial divide 24-hour day into 48 half-hours. Lift segments for times you want lights to be OFF. Segments down for times you want lights ON.
3) Slide-switch on side of timer is manual override. To use timer function, set switch to 'Timer ON'
4) Plug light into timer, plug timer into wall.
5) Maximum load is usually around 500Watts >> check markings on timer for exact load capability.

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Open link below to see wiring instructions and manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15086

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GE 24 hour programmable basic timer - how do i push the keys down. is there a diagram? I tried and tried. The product is the Basic Time.. no pin. #15119


So, this timer came with no instructions. What do you want for $3.99. Made cheap in China and instructions cost more than the timer.

The timer has a dial with tabs all around the 24 hour clock. They are in the down position which is on. You must pull all the tabs up in the times you want the timer off. This is different from all the other timers I have that used that have two removable tabs that are placed at the start and end times.

Put the switch on the side of the timer in the timer position.

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