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Hi i need to know that how to programmed the timer test

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    Brian Hankins May 11, 2010

    I am not sure what you are refering to, I might be able to help with a little more information...

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You should have your company program this. howerver her is the infor if you know hoe to get into programing.

Option 16: Auto Phone Test (Default = off)
Determines whether the panel automatically performs a periodic
phone test (on) or not (off).
The test interval can be from 001 - 254 days. Entries must be
3 digits. The time of day the panel performs the test is determined
by Option 72: Supervisory Time, which must be
turned on for this feature to work.
Note
For UL 1635 listed systems, Auto Phone Test must be set to 001
days.
 To set Auto Phone Test, press:
1. Add
2. Option #
3. 16
4. Use the numbered keys to enter the number of
days 001 - 254 (all entries must be 3 digits).
5. DONE
 To turn off Auto Phone Test, press:
1. Delete
2. Option #
3. 16
4. DONE

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Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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Utilitec 0192773 instructions appear on link below:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0192773.html

I have tested this timer.
But there is no certain way to know what problem your timer is having.

1) Instructions say to reset timer when you have problem: This is true for most timers.
Simply press reset button for 3-4 seconds.
Screen should display. If not, timer has probably gone bad.
Reset clears all programming, and you need to reprogram timer.

2) If timer worked correctly at one time, then your wiring is good, so wiring is not suspect.

3) When electronic timers malfunction, suspect #1 is line interference.
Buy cheap circuit analyzer from home center and plug into outlet on same circuit breaker.
If line is not clean, then track problem back to light fixture or fan or defective switch, defective outlet. Use process of elimination by disconnecting light fixture, and then outlet, etc.

4) Another suspect is timer programming. If programs overlap or conflict, then timer will not operate as expected. Review timer programs: Press PROG button to scroll through on-off settings. To delete program, hold down RESUME button. Make program schedule before starting, and review programming steps shown on link above.

5) I burned up a 0192773 on purpose by adding 240V to see what would happen. The first time, reset restored timer display. Second time, the timer was bad. I bought another from Lowes and then returned bad timer.

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My DVR receiver is recording programs that i originally did not put on the schedule. My receiver is also showing the programs in the guide and my daily schedule as "No Info Available". I have...


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Programming:
Set present time
Then set ON time for program 1
Set OFF time for program 1
Then set ON time for program 2
Set OFF time for program 2
Most timers will not function if there is a conflict in programming > for example Program 1 says ON at 6 and OFF at 7 and Program 2 says opposite or has overlapping times
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If manual override works, and you set programming correctly, but timer does not carry out instructions, I guess the timer is no good.

Intermatic has 24 hour timers with 2 on-off per day
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Intermatic has 7-day digital timers (all digital timers today are 7 day where you select the day that each program works)
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HB88RC manual online:
http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/hb88rc%20-%20english.ashx

These timers are frustrating sometimes, fortunately this timer can be unplugged to set programs under good lighting.
When I have problems, I set it down for a while and then go back to it later.
Right now I own 25-30 different Intermatic, Woods, GE, Utilitec timers for testing and programming difficulties. Each one offers different points that are confusing.

Some new timers are simply defective. One guy today had 2 defective Woods timers, which made me suspect electric line needs line analysis. You might try your timer in another plug, for example indoor plug in another part of house to double check line is not interfering with timer electronics.

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This leads me to believe there is some small thing missed or line is bad, or timer is defective.
Return it if it's defective.

Here are some trip-up points, and they may not apply to you.

1) Current day has to be set. Hold clock button down while setting current time.

2) When programming, each event requires ON time and OFF time. For example event1 ON has to be set and then event1 OFF has to be set. Then set event2 ON and then event2 OFF.

3) When programming, check screen carefully to make sure 1ON appears, and then 1OFF appears in screen exactly like Fig1 and Fig3 shows.

Now I frequently e-mail Intermatic asking for manual clarification, and they e-mail back ... sometimes their manuals are a little bit off here and there. But this manual looks clean and matches what I see in other timers.

4) Each ON time requires OFF time for same choice of days. For example ON 7pm Tuesday and OFF 9pm All-days-of-week will not work correctly.

5) ON 7pm Tuesday and OFF 7pm Tuesday will not work.

6) Conflicts in programming cause some timers to skip programming: For example event1 says ON
at 7 pm Tuesday and OFF 9pm Tuesday, but event2 says opposite.

7) Since manual override works correctly, we know Load is functioning, and we know plugs on timer are working. Timer load can be lighting or pumps or heaters, but manual does not specifically say florescent. So timer MIGHT not work for compact florescent bulbs. If you have CFL bulb, try another type of Load: for example incandescent table lamp.

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DUSK is the dusk-to-dawn option available with astronomic timers like the ST01C.

If the ST01C is not your timer, add a comment with your timer brand.
I have tested the ST01C and many other timers.

To diagnose the timer, press manual override (on-off button) to see if timer operates Load.
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Replace CR2 battery, and then re-program current time and day.
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Tiny print on the instructions is enough to aggravate ya fierce.

You are replacing switch that has 2 wires with a timer that has 4 wires.

1) 5 minutes to Test wires: If your switch has 3 wires, then you have wrong timer. You need Intermatic ST01C or EJ500C. If your switch has 2 wires, then continue: Disconnect both wires from existing switch. Pull them out where you can test with ordinary tester. Power is on. Test each wire from switch to bare copper wire. When test light comes on, that is the hot wire and it is probably Black.

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Timer green wire connects to bare ground wire

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