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How do I set a Hager EH710 timer

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Here's the EH135 manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/Hagar135-manual.PDF

EH135 is 240V SPST timer with NO normally open pole and NC normally closed pole. Clock motor is 240V. Manual override located lower right of dial.

Tabs on dial push down and out. The manual seems to illustrate the following: tabs are down and out, timer is off and NC poles 5-6 are connected. When tabs are up, timer turns on and NO poles 5-4 are connected.

Posted on Sep 24, 2010

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SOURCE: How do i set my

I am looking at the 31575 7-day timer manual
1) Set current day and time
The timer dial has numbers 1 thru 7 with oval circles around these numbers
1=Monday
2=Tuesday
3=Wednesday
7=Sunday
The oval numbers are located at 12 noon on each day
Since these numbers are circled with an oval, let's call them oval-1 oval-2 oval-3
Current time is always lined up with black triangle at top of dial
Right now it's Tuesday about 2am
Rotate dial until pointer is near oval-2 ... and then line up pointer with small number 2 (for 2am)
If it was 4pm, you would line up with 16 (using the European 24 hour clock)
If it was 8pm, you would line up with 20

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2) Set your on-off times
The dial has segments around outer edge
Segments pushed-in = Timer ON
Segments out = Timer OFF

If you want the timer turned on for 2 days, you push-in the segments between those days
For example you want timer to turn on at 6 pm Tuesday and stay on until 3pm Wednesday
Push in all segments between those times.
Tuesday is located at the oval-2 ... 6pm Tuesday is at the 16
Wednesday is located at oval-3 ... 3pm Wednesday is is at the 15
So push-in all the segments between those two times, and the timer will turn ON at the scheduled time each week.

If you want the timer to turn on and off each day at same time, then you push in the same segments for each day.
For example the timer turns on your outdoor lights at 7PM and turns off at 11PM
Select a day: push-in segments between 19 and 23
Repeat the same for each of the other days and timer will follow same schedule each week

If you need more help, answer back and I will give words of encouragement.

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

SOURCE: How do I set my

Resourceful do-it-yourselfer will find following information helpful for solving problem.
Max Load 1000Watts incandescent
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Hagar-timer.html#700-series
Manual uses several languages including English
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Hager-EH711-Timer.pdf

Hagar 700 series analog timer has mechanical dial that rotates as time passes.
Segments located on outer edge of dial are moved down-and-out, or up-and-inward to set on-off times.
As dial rotates, segments move lever that turns Load on-off.

With segment timers, all consecutive segments between on and off times have to be pushed in place.
Since EH700 series timer has NO NC terminals, segment position is determined by how timer was wired.
This is because segments-in and segments-out turn different terminals ON.

As a result, the best way to set this timer is to push 10 consecutive segments down-and-out.
Leave rest of segments up-and-inward.
Then manually rotate timer dial to watch when Load turns on-off.

Hagar analog timers also have a switch located in bottom right.
This is the manual override switch.
Set switch in position "I" and then rotate timer dial to watch when Load turns of-off.
Set switch in position "O" and then rotate timer dial again to watch when Load turns of-off.

Manually rotating dial and experimenting with segments and switch will tell resourceful do-it-yourselfer exactly how to set timer.
Once segments and switch are set, then rotate timer hands until current time shows on analog dial face.

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Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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Posted on Apr 27, 2011

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I am not familiar with that specific model number, but Hagar timers have more than one number since sellers apply their own numbers so their product appears unique.
I suggest contact Hagar:
http://controls.hager.com/index.php?scr=800&id=1462

Open following link for Hagar timer resources:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Hagar-timers-and-manuals.html

Hager ES220 does not show in the timer catalog:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Hagar-timeSwitches.pdf

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Open following link for Hagar timer resources:
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Hager ES220 does not show in the timer catalog:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Hagar-timeSwitches.pdf

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Resourceful do-it-yourselfer will find following information helpful for solving problem.
Max Load 1000Watts incandescent
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Hagar-timer.html#700-series
Manual uses several languages including English
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Hager-EH711-Timer.pdf

Hagar 700 series analog timer has mechanical dial that rotates as time passes.
Segments located on outer edge of dial are moved down-and-out, or up-and-inward to set on-off times.
As dial rotates, segments move lever that turns Load on-off.

With segment timers, all consecutive segments between on and off times have to be pushed in place.
Since EH700 series timer has NO NC terminals, segment position is determined by how timer was wired.
This is because segments-in and segments-out turn different terminals ON.

As a result, the best way to set this timer is to push 10 consecutive segments down-and-out.
Leave rest of segments up-and-inward.
Then manually rotate timer dial to watch when Load turns on-off.

Hagar analog timers also have a switch located in bottom right.
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Set switch in position "I" and then rotate timer dial to watch when Load turns of-off.
Set switch in position "O" and then rotate timer dial again to watch when Load turns of-off.

Manually rotating dial and experimenting with segments and switch will tell resourceful do-it-yourselfer exactly how to set timer.
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For a price, expert works with you while you work on timer or any do-it-yourself project.
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