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Timer is not fully identified

1) Copy following link to help identify timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

2) Add comment and describe timer in detail

3) Water timers should not be exposed cold freezing temperatures.
Digital programmable timers should be plugged in.
Christmas outdoor timers are generally not made for full-time use, and are stored and reused for a few seasons.

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The standard alarm clock and timer app that comes with your phone will work well, but if you want to use a specialized app I recommend game timer (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mechanicad.gametimer) it is very simple to use and straight forward.

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I HAVE 2 PROBLEMS, I CAN NOT SET MY WESTEK TIMER SO IT COMES ON AND OFF THE SAME TIME EACH DAY, ALSO MY SON PUSH THE RESET BUTTON WITH A PIN, NOW IT IS STUCK IN THE DEFAULT SETTING, HOW DO I FIX THIS


Good boy. Resetting timer is always first step for restoring functionality of timer. Try resetting again. This will clear conflicts in programming, or stray code in memeory from factory testing etc.

1) Copy following link to download possible manual for Westek timer: Read manual very carefully.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Westek

2) Add comment and describe timer buttons in detail, so timer can be identified by expert.

3) Buy another Intermatic, GE, or Woods timer at local box store: Advantage of good timer from local store: defects can be replaced easily by buying another timer and returning defect in new package.

4) Don't buy westek, first alert, westinghouse, stanley, brinks, timex, and other off-brands from ebay, local drug-thrift-dollar stores, etc that do not have specific warranty protocol and hard-to-find or non-existent manuals.

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I have lost the instructions for use of smiths plug in digital timer etu02


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Smith's ETU02 timer does not appear on the Smith's manual page:
http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Technical/DataSheets/Smiths/Index.htm

Other sites report this 7-day digital timer is discontinued, but can be replaced with similar timer from local box store locally.

Another option is to search following page for same-similar timer that might yield a manual similar to your timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#6-week

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Noma TM701 user manual


That particular Noma timer number does not appear in my files, or on google search, except for your question.
Noma is old brand name used in past years by Intermatic, and then Woods, and mostly for generic off-brand timers sold at local store under Noma name for ez identification.
Copy following links to help identify your timer and download possible manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.htmlhttp://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.htmlThere is a Tork 701A in-wall timer.http://waterheatertimer.org/Tork-consumer-timers-and-manuals.html

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I have a timex timer model 12/874 and donot have the instructions on how to use it.


1) Open following link for possible manual.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Timex

2) Buy same timer at local store, cut open package and remove instructions, scan instructions into pdf format, and then post your manual on your website that you pay for, and then add a comment to this thread with web address of that manual so others with same problem will benefit from your work. Put instructions back into package and pay for gas to return timer tom store for refund.

3) Add a comment for more free help

4) Pay: Also take advantage of fixya expert assistance live.
For a price, expert works with you while you work on timer or any do-it-yourself project.
Fixya is always less expensive than a service call.

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How i can do the instalation


1) Need more information.
Heres some help to get you started, then you add a comment and fill in details so I can give accurate answer.

2) You posted under Paragon 7008-00 timer.

3) People post under Paragon when they have Tork, so I need exact model number and what voltage you have and what Load you are trying to wire.

4) Also what terminals appear on timer, since any timer can be in a box that is marked 7008.
Then add what color wires you have coming from breaker box, what size breaker, and if same breaker is going to supply voltage to timer and to Load, and what color wires are going to Load.

5) Open following link to identify timer for sure, and see manual and wiring diagrams.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#7000

6) Typical wiring diagram for 7008 showing one set of NO NC terminals:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Paragon-7008-00-timer-wiring-350.jpg

7) 7008 timer has 120Volt clock motor. So power to terminals A and B has to be 120V.
But timer can still control 120V or 240V loads.

8) According to manual, 7008 timer has 2 NO (normally open) terminals that are OFF when timer is OFF
Timer also has 2 NC (normally closed) terminals that are ON when timer is OFF

9) Both sets of terminals reverse when timer turns ON.

10) NO and NC terminals are frequently used for continuous-operation 2-speed motors, for example.
You do not want power to both speeds at same time, or motor will burn out. So low speed is connected to NO terminal, and high speed is connected to NC terminal. This way the motors windings are kept separate, and either low speed is ON or high speed is ON.

11) Another example of NO NC terminals could be store lighting. When store closes, the timer turns off exit signs and store-room lights inside store, and at same moment timer turns on burglar alarm and outdoor lights. In this example the timer controlled 4 different circuits: exit signs, store-room, alarm, and outdoor lights. With 2-NO and 2-NC terminals, that is possible.

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How do I use the self timer on my Pentax K-x?


You aren't supposed to leave the timer cocked for long periods, probably because it could wear out the timer spring (similar to the reason you aren't supposed to store the camera for long priods with the shutter cocked).


I thought that you set the timer by rotating the timer lever 90 degrees or more counter clockwise (when looking at the front of the camera). The further you rotate the timer, the longer it will run. Moving the timer lever exposes the start lever underneath the timer. Pulling the timer lever counter clockwise (it starts out pointed straight up) will start the timer, and putting the start lever back in it's original position will stop the timer.


Once the timer is stopped it is possible to take a picture by releasing the shutter normally, the timer can be restarted, or the timer can be reset for a longer time. After the timer is stopped it should be restarted and allowed to count down to zero before the camera is stored. I'm almost certain that the timer can only fire the camera if the shutter is already cocked, so it is safe to release the timer and let it run down any time that the camera is not cocked.
Good luck and do rate the solution if helped

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The Cycle selector Knob of 417.42052100 is not moving itself. Machine stays in the washing action without moving automatically to the next one


The timer motor is bad. I am assuming that you can move the timer by hand and access all cycles. Usually this means a whole new timer. You can try to order the motor seperately but it is usually not available alone. The new timer can cost around $100. Why don't you try a used appliance store and see if they will sell you one. The timer motor is fairly standard. The timer itself is not. Just buy a used timer and swap motors.

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