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Dwf34 when selecting the wash program the the timer displays the wrong time namely 199 on all heated programs and then it times down in any thing but a regular way, ie drops to 180 and stays then goes up again and so on. eventually it finishes the wash but in a wide variety of times and not always properly? can anyone help? please

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Is it heating up properly? if so the pcb may be faulty.

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I have the UPM ETW 350 user manual. It is easy to follow up to and incl. setting on time BUT setting off time is a mystery. Is there a 1-800 nu. I can call to be waled thru?


http://waterheatertimer.org/UPM-timers-and-manuals.html

This line of timers has mostly disappeared from market... I do not know who is offering tech support for the product.
If you purchased the timer recently, it may be previously used or non-functioning.
The manual is complicated and incomplete ... probably because they have built-in or intuitive steps that display when you program the timer... or they assume you want to fiddle around with their product.
It appears the timer must be wired correctly prior to programming.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-timers.html

- you set the current time first... you toggle through menu choices using arrow keys... go to clock...press set.. toggle to find current day (today) and then press set button... then do the same for hour and minute... pressing set button to confirm each selection.
- to program... you toggle through menu choices using arrow keys... when 1 ON appears on display... press set... select day or days for program 1 on using arrow keys... press set... select hour and minute... and press set after each to confirm selection.
These steps confirm setting for program 1 ON ...the day hour and minute that program 1 turns ON
Each ON program requires OFF program..
Probably the timer automatically displays program 1 OFF as soon as program 1 ON is set... then you follow same steps to select day, hour and minute for program 1 off.
Repeat steps to set up to 20 programs.
Do not touch buttons for period of time, and the timer probably displays current time and is ready to go, but manual is unclear about setting the mode..
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-timers.html#in-wall

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Find manual for woods 59028 programmable timer switch



1) Set current time:
Press reset button to clear all programs , display should flash 12:00 AM Monday
Press and hold CLOCK button.
Press Hour, minute and day buttons until current hour minute and day display.
Release Clock button.
Next step is to program the timer
Example shows how to turn on at 5PM each day and turn off at 11 PM each day.
2) Programming review: Each program requires ON time to be set, and then OFF time to be set For example you set Program1 ON 5:00PM for ALL days. And then you set Program1 OFF 11PM for ALL days. Minimum on-off set time is 1 minute.
3) Programming steps: Press PROG button until Timer 1 ON appears on display Use Hour button to set 5 PM Use MIN button to set :00 Default selects ALL days (If you want other days, press DAY button until display shows correct block of days) Press PROG button again to save Program1 ON 4) Now for Program1 OFF 5) To set Program1 Off Press PROG button until Timer 1 OFF shows in display. Use Hour button to set 11 PM Use MIN button to set :00 Default selects ALL days (If you want other days, press DAY button until display shows correct block of days) Press PROG button again to save Program1 OFF 6) Program 1ON and Program1 OFF have been set ... so press the CLOCK button to return to current time. If you want to set another program, press PROG button until Timer 2 ON displays 7) After setting programs, press Clock button so current time shows. 8) The manual shows one more thing ... if you program the timer during the hours 5-11pm, and the timer should be ON during those hours, you have to 'tell' the timer to turn ON by pressing the manual override ... after that the timer will operate normally.

Nov 21, 2011 | Woods 59028 Programmable Timer Switch...

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I DON'T KNOW HOW TO PROGRAM THE TIMER I'VE LOST THE MANUAL. I NEED TO SET IT MON- SUN FROM 7PM TO 12PM IT SHOWS: 1 ON THIS IS WHERE I HIT HOUR & PUT 7:00PM THEN I HIT PROGRAM IT SAYS 1 OFF I HIT...


You posted under Intermatic HB88RC timer
If you have different timer, add a comment

HB88RC timer manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/hb88rc.pdf

Here's HB88RC programming from the top:
Remove batrery from back of timer to reset timer and clear everything.
Re-install AA battery in timer so display will show, and you can program

Set clock:
Hold down clock button.
Press day button until current day displays.
Press Hour button until current hour displays.
Press min button until current minute shows.
Release clock button

Program timer:
Press PROG button until 1 ON displays
This is Event1 ON
Press Day button until selected day or days displays for event1 ON
If you want all week long, then press day button until all days show: MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
Press Hour button until 7pm shows >> this is event1 ON
Press Min button until :00 displays for event1 ON

Press PROG button until 1 OFF displays
This is Event1 ON
Press Day button until selected day or days displays for event1 OFF
Match days with ON time: so press day button until all days show: MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
Press Hour button until 12pm displays >> this is event1 OFF
Press Min button until :00 displays for event1 OFF

When programming is finished, press clock button to display current time

When programming is finished, press MODE button to select MODE > you want AUTO for timer programs to operate
Press MODE button once and this is manual override, and lights come on.
Press MODE button again and RDM displays, this is for random timer operation
Press MODE button 3rd time, and timer is set to AUTO
After setting MODE to auto, press clock button to display current time.

Plug timer into receptacle.
Plug lights into timer.

Add a comment any time.
A lot of folks have written in about this timer going bad and they have been unable to program the timer. Of course most timers work perfectly fine.

Dec 18, 2010 | Intermatic HB88RC - 7-Day Programmable...

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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.

Dec 05, 2010 | Hardware & Accessories

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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.

Dec 04, 2010 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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I would like to have the instructions for operation of the Timer.


You posted under Woods 59403 timer
If you have different Woods timer, look at images at link below to identify timer.
Add a comment at any time
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

59403 timer manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59403.pdf

59403 programming Instructions:
Plug timer into indoor or outdoor wall outlet.
Plug lights into timer.

Set clock:
Hold down clock button.
Press day button until current day displays.
Press Hour button until current hour displays.
Press min button until current minute shows.
Release clock button

Program timer:
Press PROG button until 1 ON displays
This is Event1 ON
Press Day button until selected day or days displays for event1 ON
Press Hour button until selected hour displays for event1 ON
Press Min button until selected minute displays for event1 ON

Press PROG button until 1 OFF displays
This is Event1 ON
Press Day button until selected day or days displays for event1 OFF
Press Hour button until selected hour displays for event1 OFF
Press Min button until selected minute displays for event1 OFF

Press PROG button until 2 ON displays
This is Event2 ON
Repeat steps above to set up to seven events.
Recommended you make chart of your on-off times before starting to avoid conflicts in programming.

When programming is finished, press MODE button until automatic displays.
To override programming, press MODE button until lights come on.
For random operation, press MODE button until RDM displays

Dec 02, 2010 | Woods Outdoor 7 Day Digital Two Outlet...

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I have been trying to program my utilitech timer that controlls my front door lights. I have been able to program monday only. I did the same program for the other days but at dust the light will not come...


http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0192773.html

1) I am going to guess you have the Utilitec 0192773 in-wall timer that replaces a switch
I say this because you are controlling outdoor lights -and- because you have the dusk-to-dawn feature.

2) Short answer: I think you have selected your days incorrectly when programming timer
To review your programs:
Press PROG button once and program1 ON displays
Press PROG again and program1 OFF displays
Press PROG third time, program2 ON displays >> a fourth time progrom2 OFF displays
And so on..

3) I suggest you write out a schedule of your times
Press PROG button and then press TIME button to see your programming: Review the days carefully, review if you have sunrise-sunset selected for each program. You can change the setting while going by using the +- button.

4) As a general rule, programmable timers do not 'operate as expected' if there is a conflicting program. For example program1 says on at 7 and off at 8, and program2 says the opposite.
Suggested solution is make a chart of your settings before programming.

5) Long answer: write out the manual instructions that seem unclear to you

6) To reset everything and start over, push & hold reset button with a paperclip.

Here I am testing the Utilitec timers for wiring and programming difficulties
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Oct 21, 2010 | Intermatic & Self-Adjusting Wall Switch...

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How do i set timer


How to program Raindrip R673CT

Download R673CT manual at raindrip

Other models
R683CP
R672CT
Raindrip drip water guide

R673CT
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Install 2 AAA batteries to power display

Set current time:
Press TIME and hour digit flashes > Use up-down arrows to set 24 hour clock
Press SET to confirm hour
Use up-down arrows to set minute
Press SET to confirm minute
Use up-down arrows to set day of week
Press SET to confirm day

Program review
Timer can set 16 watering schedules
When programming, look at display:
Notice: PROG for programming mode, #1, start time, run time, SU MO WE for days
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Press PROG and display appear just like image above
Use arrows to select 1, 2, 3, 4 through 16 different watering schedules


Programming
Press PROG and display appear just like image above
Use arrows to select 1, 2, 3, 4 through 16 different watering schedules
Start time hour will flash
Once hour flashes, use arrows to select hour
Press SET to confirm hour
Minutes will flash
Use arrows to select minute
Press SET to confirm minutes
Run time hours will flash
Use arrows to set run time hours duration (0 to 9 hours)
Press SET to confirm
Run time minutes will flash
Use arrows to set run time minutes
Press Set to confirm

Now #2 shows on display this is about which days the timer will water
Decide 1) every other day, 2) every third day, or 3) watering at will

1) To water every other day:
While 2nd is flashing, press SET and SU TU WE FR will appear in display
Press SET to confirm

2) To water every third day:
While 2nd is flashing, press down-arrow
3rd will start flashing and TU WE SA will display
Press SET to confirm

3) To water at will:
While 2nd is flashing, press down-arrow twice
SU will flash
Press down-arrow to go to MO TU WE etc
Press SET when day you want appear on display

To set another watering program
Scroll back up to "programming" on this page
Press arrows to select programming 1 thru 16
Repeat programming sequence

After programming is set, press clock button and current time will show

Oct 07, 2010 | Raindrip R673CT Digital Water Timer

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I'm having trouble setting this item. I can get it to come on, but it won't turn off at the set time. What am I doing wrong? Thanks, Janene


I don't have a Woods 59112 Manual
Here's link to Woods 49063 manual aka Woods TD1000 aka Noma TD1000
If manual is same/similar as your manual, then read solution given below
If solution below is incorrect, the write out your instructions ... I found that writing out instructions makes things clear.

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Solution:
I think you have set ON time but did not set corresponding OFF time
Below is whole programming layout for you to read through
The important thing is to look at the display while programming
For example, lets say you are setting ON time for PROG1
For ON time, the display shows 3 things:
-display shows PROG in upper left corner
-display shows the number 1 to right of time
-display shows the word ON to the right of the number 1

Now you want to set OFF time for PROG1

For OFF, the display shows 3 things:
-display shows PROG as before
-display shows 1 as before
-display has changed and shows the word OFF to right of number 1


Here's how to set Woods TD1000 timer

Plug in timer to see if battery will recharge. Display shows when battery is charged. No display, then timer is no good.

TD-1000 timer has 8 on-off functions per 24-hour day

Timer has 5 buttons + reset:
TIME MODE PROG HOUR MIN

Set current time
Press and hold TIME > use Hour to set hour, Min to set minute
Release Time button ... correct time should show

Program: Capacity for 8 on-off times per day
Press PROG to set first ON time
ON and number 1 are displayed on left
Use hour and minute button to set ON time

Press PROG to confirm
Now, OFF and number 1 are displayed
Use hour and min key to set OFF time

Press PROG to confirm

When 8 programs are set, Press MODE key.
Choose Manual OFF. Manual ON, Auto ON, Auto Off

To use programs, select Auto ON

DST daylight savings time has to be done manually.
Press HOUR MIN button simultaneously > timer set up one hour
Repeat again and timer goes back one hour

Do not plug timer into extension cord > must be plugged into wall

Oct 05, 2010 | Woods INDUSTRIES 59112 INDOOR DIGITAL...

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I have programmed the GE HEAVY DUTY TIMER MODEL 15117 timer to come on at 7 pm and it does not turn on the outdoor lights. the dots between the hour and minute are flashing. What am I doing wrong. It is...


There are 6 programming buttons on face of 15117 timer.
Download pdf manual

Review of steps:
The AA battery is installed with correct polarity
Timer blinked 12:00
Set clock while holding down clock button

Press PROG to display EVENT1-on (there is a tiny 'on' that shows on display)
>day button selects day, weekday, weekend
>> hour minute buttons to set ON time for EVENT1

>Press PROG so display shows EVENT1-off (ther is a tiny off that shows on display)
>repeat steps above to set OFF time for EVENT1

>Press PROG until EVENT1-on shows in display
>repeat steps to set on-off times for EVENT2

> when finished programming, press CLOCK

> Last step, set mode
MODE is on-off override
MODE is also Automatic or Random

Solution ideas:
Press MODE until Automatic displays)
-Press MODE key to see if manual override works
-Look at digital face (or take photo of it) and compare with Figs shown in manual to see if there is a match

-Check breaker. Check light bulb. Remove timer and see if load works without it. Check that light switch is turned on if plug is controlled by light switch.

-Review programs: Push PROG key to review programs
-Other timers ignore conflicting schedules ... for example EVENT1 says ON at 7 and OFF at 8, but EVENT2 says opposite, or overlaps, then timer ignores programming

-Reset timer and repeat programming: Press CLOCK, MODE PROG to reset timer
-Make a chart of your EVENT1 on-off times, and EVENT2 on-off times, EVENT3-7 on-off times before programming to make sure there are no conflicts.

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