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CLEANS ITSELF TOO FREQUENTLY- 2-3 TIMES EACH DAY

IT HAS GOT TO THE POINT THAT I CANNOT GET MORE THAN 1 BLOCK AT A TIME FROM THE OFFICE MANAGER. HELP!!

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Try maxing out your power save timers. Here are the instructions. I suspect the machine is going into power save mode to quickly. Here is how you do that.

NOTE: To save energy, the printer enters a power saver, low-energy consumption mode after a predefined period of time since its last activity. In this mode, most printer electrical systems are shut down. When a print job is sent to the printer, the printer enters the Warm-up Mode. You can also warm up the printer by pressing the [OK] button on the Control Panel.
If the printer is going into Power Saver mode too often and you do not want to wait while the printer warms up, increase the length of time before the printer goes into the Power Saver mode.
Modify the timeout value:

  1. Press the [Up] or [Down] arrow button on the Control Panel to select [Printer Setup] on the Display Screen, and then press the [OK] button.
  2. Press the [Up] or [Down] arrow button to select [Printer Controls], and then press the [OK] button.
  3. Press the [Up] or [Down] arrow button to select [Power Saver Timeout], and then press the [OK] button.
  4. Press the [Up] or [Down] arrow button to select the required timeout value (30 - 240 minutes), and then press the [OK] button.

    NOTE: Select a larger timeout value to extend the length of time before the printer goes into the Power Saver mode.

  5. Press the [Up] or [Down] arrow button to select [Exit], and then press the [OK] button to return to the Main screen.
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The ink absorber box or flushing box is full. These components are periodic maintenance items that may require replacement after a period of time to ensure optimum performance from your Brother machine. Because these components are periodic maintenance items, the replacement is not covered under the warranty. The need to replace these items and the time period before replacement is dependent on the number of purges and flushes required to clean the ink system. These boxes acquire amounts of ink during the different purging and flushing operations. The number of times a machine purges and flushes for cleaning varies depending on different situations. For example, frequently powering the machine on and off will cause numerous cleaning cycles since the machine automatically cleans upon power up. The use of non-Brother ink may cause frequent cleanings because non-Brother ink could cause poor print quality which is resolved by cleaning. The more cleaning the machine requires the faster these boxes will fill up.

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Could not find a free guide, but e-how lists the basic instructions.
Instructions
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1) Set current day and time
The timer dial has numbers 1 thru 7 with oval circles around these numbers
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The dial has segments around outer edge
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Segments out = Timer OFF

If you want the timer turned on for 2 days, you push-in the segments between those days
For example you want timer to turn on at 6 pm Tuesday and stay on until 3pm Wednesday
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Tuesday is located at the oval-2 ... 6pm Tuesday is at the 16
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I have a Woods 24 hours indoor lighting timer. I have followed the instructions provided with the timer, but lamp won't come on. Can someone please provide EXACT step by step instructions. Thank you


If you have a different model number than the 59377, please re-post with exact model number

If you programmed conflicting on-off schedules, the timer will not perform correctly
Make a schedule of times before starting, and that will keep everything organized, just like a recipe

How to program Woods 59377
Timer has rechargeable battery.
Plug timer into wall to charge battery to see LCD display.

All the Woods manuals
Download Woods 59377 manual

Up to 8 ON/OFF programs per day >> program 1 program 2 ... program 8
Choice of individual days, or blocks of days

Image shows buttons:
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Set time of day:
Hold down CLOCK button until settings are made
Use DAY button to choose current day MO - TU etc
HOUR button to set current hour
MIN button to set current minute
Release Clock button and time is set

Program preview
> Have your schedule ready to avoid conflicts in programming
Manual says:
>For each ON time, you set DAY HOUR and MIN
>For each OFF time, you set DAY HOUR MIN
> So Program1 has ON and OFF settings that require DAY HOUR and MINUTE
> Program2, 3 , 4 etc also have ON and OFF settings that require DAY HOUR and MINUTE

>Manual shows blocks of days to choose from > for example TH FR SA is one block; MO WE FR is another block ,,, there are 9 possible blocks of days to choose from ... including individual days.
> Each program requires you to select days for ON time, and then when setting OFF time for that program, make sure you have correct day or block of days.

Looking at the display while programming is critical for programming timer correctly
Look for the number 1 or 2 or 3 etc located on left of display > each program has a number
program 1 is #1, program 2 is #2 etc >>> look for the small number on display
Look for the word ON that indicates you are setting ON time for program 1 or program 2
Look for word OFF that indicates you are setting OFF time for program 1 or program 2

Program timer
Press PROG once and look at screen ... you will see '1' and 'ON' in tiny letters

You are ready to set ON time for program 1
Press DAY to choose block of day for program 1
Press HOUR to choose ON hour for program 1
Press MIN to choose ON minute for program 1

Press PROG button once to validate ON time for program 1

Before pressing any more buttons, look at the screen >>> screen shows '1' and 'OFF' in tiny letters
So you are ready to set OFF times for program 1
Press DAY >>look at your written schedule to make sure the correct block of days is chosen >> if you chose ON for TH FRI SAT, you probably want OFF on same block of days
Press Hour to choose OFF hour for program 1
Press MIN to choose OFF minute for program 1

Press PROG to validate OFF time

Before pressing any button, look at screen and '2' and 'ON' show on screen
You are ready to set ON time for program 2

Press PROG button to advance to program 3 through program 8

Press ON/Off button to exit programming, and timer is ready

Other features
Daylight savings time: Press HOUR & MIN buttons simultaneously and clock springs forward 1 hour ... press again and clock falls back 1 hour
Look for S in display to see if timer set for S summertime

Press reset to clear all programming

Up-vote if this information helped you. Thanks for the feedback

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Having Difficulty programing Woods Brand electrical timer !


How to program Woods 59377
Timer has rechargeable battery.
Plug timer into wall to charge battery to see LCD display.
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59377 manual

Up to 8 ON/OFF programs per day >> program 1 program 2 ... program 8
Choice of individual days, or blocks of days

Image shows buttons:

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Set time of day:
Hold down CLOCK until settings are made
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Program preview
> First I suggest you write out your schedule to avoid conflicts in programming
Manual says:
>For each ON time, you set DAY HOUR and MIN
>For each OFF time, you set DAY HOUR MIN
>Manual shows blocks of days to choose from > for example TH FR SA is one choice; MO WE FR is another choice ,,, 9 possible blocks of days to choose from

Looking at display is critical for programming timer
Look for the number 1 or 2 or 3 etc located on left of display > each program has a number
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Look for word OFF that indicates you are setting OFF time for program 1 or program 2

Program timer
Press PROG once and look at screen ... you will see '1' and 'ON' in tiny letters
Do not hold down PROG button
Press DAY to choose block of day for program 1
Press HOUR to choose ON hour for program 1
Press MIN to choose ON minute for program 1

Press PROG button once to finalize ON time for program 1

Before pressing any more buttons, look at the screen >>> screen shows '1' and 'OFF' in tiny letters
So you are ready to set OFF times for program 1
Press DAY >>look at your written schedule to make sure the correct block of days is chosen >> if you chose ON for TH FRI SAT, do you want OFF on same block of days?
Press Hour
Press MIN

Press PROG to confirm OFF time
Before pressing any button, look at screen and '2' and 'ON' show on screen

Press PROG to advance to program 3 through program 8

Press ON/Off button to exit programming

Other features
Daylight savings time: Press HOUR & MIN simultaneously and clock springs forward 1 hour ... press again and clock falls back 1 hour
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Press reset to clear all programming

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