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    rooonee Oct 25, 2012

    what are you trying to do with it? it looks like there is only one wire connected

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According to what you are showing in your video, there should be at least 220 or 240 Vac power applied to the terminals 1 and 2 .Secondly the contacts 4 and 5 should be wired as a switch for the apparatus you want to control. And finally you should program the unit by following the instructions but there should be power applied to terminals 1 and 2 to be able to enter the timing program witch should easy.

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Defiant daylight adjusting digital timer instructions


If you have the Defiant Digital Timer, I found this great video on the Home Depot Website! It's step-by-Step! Nice!! http://www.homedepot.com/p/Defiant-20-Amp-7-Day-7-Event-In-Wall-Digital-Timer-49814/203678179

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I need a night light timer that I can set to be on for 50 minutes and off for 10 minutes and repeat this every hour for 24 hours.


1) If you have programmable timer, then it would require 24 ON and 24 OFF settings, with down-to-the minute programming.
1 ON for each hour.
1 OFF for each hour.
Following link shows Grasslin 50-60 Hz 230Volt din rail timer with 50 memory slots. 16 amp at 230 volts
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/talento_371_372_371_mini_plus_data.pdf

2) If you have 24 hour mechanical timer with dial, it would need 24 ON trippers and 24 off trippers with down-to-the minute schedule.
No timer has that capability.

3) There is C8800 series cycle timer. 120-240Volt 60Hz for US market. 20 amp at 120volts, or 20 amp at 240Volt. Chose 1 hour cycle, then insert 100 trippers and leave 20 blank spaces.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/027-C8800-sprinkler-cycle-timer.pdf

4) There are percentage cycle timers.
For example CT2000. Rated 120Volts 60 Hz for US market.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/CT2000_sell-sheet-with-wiring.pdf
Select 1 hour cycle, and 16% or 84% percentage to choose ON or OFF

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Hey guys, the 15079 GE timer has 20 on/off settings. Are they for the whole week?


Eeeckles,

The timer you mention 15079 does has 20 on/off settings that can be set during a 1 week period that will then repeat each week. For example Setting 1 could be to come ON on Monday at 5:00pm and turn OFF Monday at 11:00pm while setting 2 could be to turn ON on MWF at 3:00pm and OFF MWF at 3:30pm.

You can find all of the UPDATE GE Timer manuals at the manufactures website: http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/timer-quick-start-guide.asp

Blessings!

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Jvc model av36f702 it jumps of evry time im trying to put it on with the remote . i tink the timer is set to 0 secones .can i reset the tv.


press display button & it shows the following
07
NOW 12:20 PM
SLEEP TIMER OFF/on
ON/OFF TIMER EVERYDAY
ON TIME 7:00 PM
OFF TIME 10:00 PM
• The current channel or AV input (Channel 07)
• The current time (12:20 pm)
• Sleep Timer status/minutes remaining (The Sleep Timer is off)
• On/Off Timer status (Set to turn on everyday at 7:00 PM, off at 10:00 PM)
• Each Press of the DISPLAY button changes the display mode:
Press the SLEEP TIMER button & set it to OFF

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I have model 0155671 but it doesnt look like the model online mine has four buttons across set time plus minus next riw is rnd ctd bottom is manual i dont understand when it says select 12 or 24...


A) 12-24 hour choice >> just use the 24 hour display.
That gives you day and night hours
I don't know why these companies offer 12hr-24hr option on timers.

B) Military time vs Regular time (military time does not use am and pm)
1 1am
2 2am
7 7am
11 11am
12 12noon
13 1pm
14 2pm
20 8pm
23 11pm
24 12midnight

C) Utilitec 0155671 is same as Woods 59377
Before Woods made 59377, they made 49566 (which is also called TD1101 and TD1300)

I think you have Woods 49566
Manual for Woods 49566:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49556-TD1300.pdf
Add a comment at any time.

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D) How to program timer.
Plug timer in until rechargeable battery is charged and display shows.
Unplug timer to program
1) Set current time.
Hold in reset button for two seconds to clear memory
Press and hold TIME button to select 24 hours so there is no problem. Release Time button.

Press and hold SET button.
MO is flashing, and represents MOnday. TU for TUesday. WE TH FI SA SU
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current day displays.
Release SET button.

Press and hold SET button again, and Hours will flash
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current hour displays.
Release SET button.

Press and hold SET button again, and Minutes will flash
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current minute displays.
Release SET button.

Press SET button again and current time and day will display.

2) Program review:
Set up to 20 on-off programs.
You can select individual days, or groups of days, or all days of the week
For example MO-SU is all days of the week
For each ON time, you also must set OFF time.
So program1 ON is set, then program1 OFF is set
Each ON is set for day, hour and minute
Each OFF is set for day, hour and minute (select same days for OFF and that you chose for ON)
For example if you want timer to turn ON all days MO-SU, make sure OFF time is also set for all days MO-SU.

3) Program the timer:
ON
Press arrow? until display shows PROG 1 ON
This is program1 ON.
Press SET button, but do not hold set button down as you did when setting current time.
The days for program1 ON will be flashing on display.
Press ? ? to select day, or groups of days that you want for program1 ON.

Press SET button again, and program1 ON hour will start flashing
Press ? ? to select hour that you want for program1 ON.

Press SET button again, and program1 ON minute will start flashing
Press ? ? to select minute that you want for program1 ON.

program1 ON is set, next you will set program1 OFF

OFF
Press arrow? until display shows PROG 1 OFF
This is program1 OFF.
Press SET button, but do not hold set button down as you did when setting current time.
The days for program1 OFF will be flashing on display.
Press ? ? to select day, or groups of days that you want for program1 OFF.

Press SET button again, and program1 OFF hour will start flashing
Press ? ? to select hour that you want for program1 OFF.

Press SET button again, and program1 OFF minute will start flashing
Press ? ? to select minute that you want for program1 OFF.

program1 ON and OFF are set, next you will set program2 ON by repeating steps above.

If you do not want to set more programs, that is fine.
Timer lets you set up to 20 programs.

Finish programming: when program ON-OFFs are set, press TIME button and current time displays.

4) Last step:
Push manual override button until AUTO is displayed. This will let timer turn lights on and off.
Plug lamp into timer.
Lamp must be turned ON.
Plug timer into wall.

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How to program #49556 te158wta my add: gd659@cgocable.ca


Woods 49556 / TD1300 manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49556-TD1300.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

How to program timer.
Plug timer in until rechargeable battery is charged and display shows.
Unplug timer to program

Set current time.
Hold in reset button for two seconds to clear memory
Press and hold TIME button to select 24 hours so there is no problem. Release Time button.

Press and hold SET button.
MO is flashing, and represents MOnday. TU for TUesday. WE TH FI SA SU
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current day displays.
Release SET button.

Press and hold SET button again, and Hours will flash
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current hour displays.
Release SET button.

Press and hold SET button again, and Minutes will flash
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current minute displays.
Release SET button.

Press SET button again and current time and day will display.

Programing overview:
Set up to 20 on-off programs.
You can select individual days, or groups of days, or all days of the week
For example MO-SU is all days of the week
For each ON time, you also must set OFF time.
So program1 ON is set, then program1 OFF is set
Each ON is set for day, hour and minute
Each OFF is set for day, hour and minute (select same days for OFF and that you chose for ON)
For example if you want timer to turn ON all days MO-SU, make sure OFF time is also set for all days MO-SU.

Program the timer:
Set ON
Press arrow? until display shows PROG 1 ON
This is program1 ON.
Press SET button, but do not press and hold set button as you did when setting current time.
The days for program1 ON will be flashing on display.
Press ? ? to select day, or groups of days that you want for program1 ON.

Press SET button again, and program1 ON hour will start flashing
Press ? ? to select hour that you want for program1 ON.

Press SET button again, and program1 ON minute will start flashing
Press ? ? to select minute that you want for program1 ON.

program1 ON is set, next you must set program1 OFF

OFF
Press arrow? until display shows PROG 1 OFF
This is program1 OFF.
Press SET button, but do not press and hold set button as you did when setting current time.
The days for program1 OFF will be flashing on display.
Press ? ? to select day, or groups of days that you want for program1 OFF.

Press SET button again, and program1 OFF hour will start flashing
Press ? ? to select hour that you want for program1 OFF.

Press SET button again, and program1 OFF minute will start flashing
Press ? ? to select minute that you want for program1 OFF.

program1 ON and OFF are set, next you will set program2 ON by repeating steps above.

If you do not want to set more programs, that is fine.
Timer lets you set up to 20 programs.

Finish programming: when program ON-OFFs are set, press TIME button and current time displays.

Last step:
Push manual override button until AUTO is displayed. This will let timer turn lights on and off.
Plug lamp into timer.
Lamp must be turned ON.
Plug timer into wall.

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Do you mean Intermatic E104C box-type timer? Intermatic does not make E140C

Manual says "refer to programming instructions on time switch door"
http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/et104c%20-%20english.ashx

Manual says timer has 8 events per 24-hour day ... 4 'on' events and 4 'off' events. Normal operations, selectors are set to AUTO and RUN.

Using sketchy info from manual about programming:
Set sliders to MANUAL & TIME/SET
Press EVENT for event 1 ... set hour and minute using HOUR & MIN buttons ... this will be 'on' time
Press EVENT for event 2 ... set hour and minute ... this will be 'off' time
Set all 8 events ... 4 'on' and 4 'off'
Move sliders to AUTO & RUN for timer operation

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How to set times for Model #HB88RC


I have found the instructions for your model

http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/hb88rc%20-%20english.ashx

I hope that is this will help resolve your issue

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Low voltage only or can timer be used for 110 v


1 hp= 750 watts
125 vac = 125 volts alternating current, wall outlets
5 amp= 5amps

125vac x 5amps= 625 watts

a timer is a switch with a clock on it. just like a switch in a lamp cord.

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