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SOURCE: Timex 250 Vac 25 Amp 24 Hour Timer Switch Won't Keep Time

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Posted on May 23, 2009

SOURCE: I need instructions for how

GE 15075 manual:
http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/manual-downloads/applications/DocumentLibraryManager/upload/Plug-In-15075-Manual-eng.pdf


GE 15075 is a plug-in timer.
Before you plug it in, set the timer so you're not bent over at the receptacle.
Rotate dial until current time lines up with triangle located on inner dial.
There are movable pins located around the dial.
These pins cause the timer to turn on and off.
Pins out = timer on
Pins in = timer off
plug in your lamp and the timer turns on and off.
After power outage, set current time again.

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

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SOURCE: setting GE Plug in mechanical timer 24 Hr Model

pull the pins up for off, down for all, so pull all the pins up then push down the pins for the time you wan the time on

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

SOURCE: My HB31R runs slow. Is there any adjustment

http://www.intermatic.com/products/timers/consumer%20outdoor%20timers/electromechanical%20timers/hb31r.aspx

HB31R heavy duty 1800 Watt outdoor plug-in timer is one-piece unit that does not come apart for repairs.

Usually with these mechanical dial timers, when the clock motor starts getting weak, the timer dial starts to stall when tripper meets on-off lever.
And then timers runs slow.
At this point, the little plastic gears are getting stripped out, or the clock motor is overheating.
In either case, the clock motor is spiraling downward.

If this is new timer, take it back.
If this is older timer, the manual and fact sheet do not show a warranty.
New HB31R on ebay for $15
http://compare.ebay.com/like/250558888618?ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar&rvr_id=181711814537&crlp=1_263602_304662&UA=WXF%3F&GUID=c8511cb512c0a0aad3e705a7fffd84ab&itemid=250558888618&ff4=263602_304662

Woods makes 1200 Watt outdoor timer, but lighter weight than Intermatic:
http://www.amazon.com/Woods-59204-Weather-Outdoor-Repeats/dp/B0014WRNNK

With larger heavy duty outdoor timers like the Intermatic T-101R outdoor 120Volt timer, you can buy the clock motor separate and replace when clock goes bad. And you can buy the trippers separate. However T100 series timers are not plug-in, they are hard-wired. T-101 is made to last 10-15 years, but cost $60-70. My local Lowes sells them in stock for less.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T101

Posted on Dec 08, 2010

SOURCE: On my Woods 24 Hour Mechanical Heavy Duty Timer

Switch settings are 'Override' and 'Timer'
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#1702

The manual is unclear which is which.
Pull up a few of the segments located around edge of timer dial.
Segments UP for timer off, segments down for timer ON
Plug timer into wall, and plug lamp into timer.
Lamp is ON and bulb is good.
Move timer switch back and forth to see if lamp turns on.
Manually rotate dial to observe if timer segments are correct for ON-OFF.

Unplug timer and set segments, and rotate dial until current time lines up with black triangle.
Plug timer in.

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1) Copy following link for how to set analog timer by experimenting with features.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html

2) Usually you move slide switch to timer, and make sure load is ON and operable before plugging into timer.

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There are many BND-60 timers

1) Do you mean Intermatic timer? Instead of intertek?
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html

2) Is this BND-60-u or BND60-b analog timer from china?
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3) is this BND-60 programmable timer from china?
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4) Add comment and include photo of timer, or describe timer in detail for possible identification and further assistance.

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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.
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Copy following links to identify timer and setting analog timer by experimenting with features.
GE timers change appearance as model numbers are upgraded, but all 24-hour analog timers have same basic features.
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Question is not clear, timer is not identified.
Add a comment with in-focus photo of timer posted on flickr.

Minimum on-off time for digital timers is usually 1 minute.

Minimum on-off time for plug-in-type 24-hour analog timers is 1/4 hour or 1/2 hour depending on width of tripper-pin-segment.
Minimum on-off time for plug-in-type 7-day analog timer is usually 3 hours.
Plug-in vacation timers are set for random on-off and cannot be set.
Minimum on-off time for box timers with 24 hour dial and wide tripper is 1 to 1-1/2 hours
Minimum on-off time for box timers with 24 hour dial and narrow tripper is 1/4 hour.
Minimum on-off time for box timers with 7-day dial is usually 3 hours

Open following link for information how to set analog timers
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You posted under Woods indoor plug-in 24-hour mechanical timer.
This particular timer:
Rotate dial until current time lines up with words: 'time now' located on inner dial
To set on-off times, look carefully at dial that rotates.
There are tiny pins that stick up on the dial.
Each pin represents 1/2 hour.
Use fingernail and click pin outward for each half hour you want timer ON
Leave pins inward for each half hour you want timer OFF
Next, plug table lamp into side of timer.
Last step, plug timer into wall outlet.

If this is not your timer, see all Woods timers and manuals:
Or add a comment and I will help.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

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You need a programmable interval timer.

http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#ET70
Intermatic and Tork make digital timers with interval settings that can be set for specific short-duration with 1 minute minimum.
(Or set to pulse bell ringing with 1-127 seconds.
10 minutes is 600 seconds)
For example ET70115 single-channel timer.
The timer would be set for 24-hour operation, and then programmed for Pulse, and then set timer with 24 programs, with 1 program for each hour.

Mechanical cycle timers from Intermatic:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#cycle
1) Talento 1 hour cycle timer/ each tripper represents 1.25 minutes
2) Model C8835/ each tripper represents 15 seconds.
To operate these timers certain hours of the day, add another timer in-line.
The in-line timer could be digital, but remember digital timers are not protected from power surge and tend to have more problems, and do not have replaceable clock motors and trippers.

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