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Noma timer programing

Can't seem to progam this timer. When I plug it in a "c" appears an I push the time button. This changes numbers graduating upward. When I us the bottom button it gives me a "P".

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Copy following link to identify timer, and download instruction manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#N1506

Pressing Time button: Numbers correspond to daily time.

Posted on Nov 09, 2012

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SOURCE: lost instuctions to program Model N1560 Noma outdoor timer

Use the top button to adjust the current time & then push the bottom button once to save. Next is the time you want the lights to turn on & push bottom button once to save. The last setting is the time you want the lights to turn off. Don't forget to use the . (period) indicator for the pm setting. (I had the same problem and had to search the net to find someone else who had posted the instructions.)

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The backup battery is a rechargeable battery located inside the unit and cannot be changed.

When the battery goes bad, the timer needs to be replaced.

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Posted on Dec 05, 2010

SOURCE: How do I program a Noma N1506 timer?

All Woods timers and manuals
ttp://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

N1506 manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49122-N1506-manual.pdf

N1506 is heavy duty outdoor timer with display screen.
Plug timer in and display flashes C.
Set current time: press Time button once and display shows 1 am
Keep pressing time button until current time with am pm displays.
Dot in lower right corner corresponds to pm hours.

To set timer program:
Press Mode button, display flashes P
Press Time button until desired ON time displays.
Press Mode button again and display flashes E
Press Time button until desired OFF time displays
When programming is finished, press Mode button and display shows current time.

To reset timer, unplug timer for 10 seconds and re-program timer.
Timer must be reset after power outage. Display will warn by flashing C.

Plug lights into timer.
If lights have a switch, switch must be on.
For manual override, press Mode button, and display shows O and lights will be ON until next program change.
To use timer function, press Mode button until current hour displays.

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

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We have a noma inside timer program and have no mamual for it and cannot seem to have it come on


Timer is not identified:
Look at following options:

Noma brand is old Intermatic brand that is sometimes/usually associated with Woods, but is also be used by various sellers to denote they are marketing a timer.

1) Add a comment and describe timer in detail, and/or post a photo of timer on Flicker and add a comment with link to photo.

2) Open following link to identify same-similar timer and download possible manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

3) If timer will not operate, last step troubleshoot is to reset timer.
Most plug-in timers have reset button. Press reset button and see if timer display is restored.
Some timers require additional button pushed along with reset button, some timers require 2 buttons pushed to reset timer.
Some timers have a batter that needs to be replaced. Replace battery and reset timer.
If functionality is not restored after reset, then check outlet for power. Test outlet with circuit analyzer.
If outlet is good and if functionality is not restored, then timer has gone bad.

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How to reprogram my Woods N1506 Timer


Manual and image for Woods/Noma N1506 outdoor timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#N1506

SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
Timer is only set to nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Dec 13, 2010 | Woods Outdoor Lighting Timer

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How to program my Woods N1506


Manual and image for Woods/Noma N1506 outdoor timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#N1506

SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
Timer is only set to nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Dec 13, 2010 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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How do I program a Noma N1506 timer?


All Woods timers and manuals
ttp://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

N1506 manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49122-N1506-manual.pdf

N1506 is heavy duty outdoor timer with display screen.
Plug timer in and display flashes C.
Set current time: press Time button once and display shows 1 am
Keep pressing time button until current time with am pm displays.
Dot in lower right corner corresponds to pm hours.

To set timer program:
Press Mode button, display flashes P
Press Time button until desired ON time displays.
Press Mode button again and display flashes E
Press Time button until desired OFF time displays
When programming is finished, press Mode button and display shows current time.

To reset timer, unplug timer for 10 seconds and re-program timer.
Timer must be reset after power outage. Display will warn by flashing C.

Plug lights into timer.
If lights have a switch, switch must be on.
For manual override, press Mode button, and display shows O and lights will be ON until next program change.
To use timer function, press Mode button until current hour displays.

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Noma timer - digital three buttons - one for time & two for mode & ? but I can not figure out how to work it - HELP!!!!


Noma/Woods timers are re-packaged under other names and numbers, and appear across several brands.

I don't show a 3-button timer except for Stanley

Stanley 3 button timer:
http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-38468-TimerMax-Extreme-Temperature/dp/B0020ML758
Westinghouse manual seems to match the Stanley timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/28468_TimerManual.pdf

Woods timers and manuals are shown on page below:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

Woods has 2-button timer N1506
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49122-N1506-manual.pdf
Woods has 1 button timer N1502
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-N1502-manual-english.pdf
UPM makes 2-button timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/DT523-Manual.pdf

Write down what displays when each button is pushed, and then add a comment and I'll try to decipher the buttons.

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Our timer does not seem to be working right. I have lost the book. I want it to be on from 6-9 p.m. every night. Can you help?


Here are generic troubleshooting steps:
If plug-in timer doesn't work
a) Check receptacle for power
b) Check lamp is turned ON
c) Check bulb is good.
d) Mechanical timers: Check tabs or pins are set
e) Check override switch pushed fully in position
f) Try timer in different plug and with different lamp
g) Test circuit with inexpensive circuit analyzer from hardware
h) Don't exceed maximum wattage
i) Programmable: check for overlapping programs
j) Programmable: write out programming steps and double check. Reset timer.
k) Outdoor with photo cell > test with black tape over photo eye
l) Turn photo eye away from light source

Add a comment any time

Next step would be to identify exact timer, and check steps in manual.
You posted under Noma programmable 6 button timer:
Your timer may appear among timers on next page > each timer has link to manual

http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#6-24

geno_3245_165.jpg 6 button 7-day

http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#6-week

geno_3245_166.jpg Generic 6 button Week

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How do I set my Woods N1506 timer?


According to another fixya answer posted December 4 2009:

SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

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I need instructions for using my N1506 timer.


SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer – The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button – It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button – Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again – the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button – Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Dec 04, 2009 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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I have a noma outdoor timer N1506 I lost the instructions how to program it could you email me telling me how it is done thanks JIm


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2- Set the time of the day (on the hour, example. 2. Pm) using the top TIME button. For pm there will be a dot to the lower right of the 6.
3- Once the time is set push the MODE button, this will replace the 6pm with a flashing P.
4- Push the TIME button again to set the time you want the timer to come on. (Remember for 6pm there will be a dot to the lower right of the 6.
5- Push the MODE button once the desired time is set, an E will appear.
6- Push the TIME button again to select the time you want the timer to go off (example 10.pm).
7- Push the MODE Button again. The time of day 2. (Pm) will be displayed. If the timer loses power just repeat the above steps.

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Lost instuctions to program Model N1560 Noma outdoor timer


Use the top button to adjust the current time & then push the bottom button once to save. Next is the time you want the lights to turn on & push bottom button once to save. The last setting is the time you want the lights to turn off. Don't forget to use the . (period) indicator for the pm setting. (I had the same problem and had to search the net to find someone else who had posted the instructions.)

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