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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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GE 15075 manual:
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
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
Woods makes 1200 Watt outdoor timer, but lighter weight than Intermatic:
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.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
Switch settings are 'Override' and 'Timer'
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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Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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