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When timer is set to off mode , What does that mean? It's off for an hour or it will get off after an hour. ? And when it will get on. ?

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Depends on timer.
Some timers resume regular schedule at next set point. Other timers the override is permanent.
Copy following link to help identify timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html
Just add a comment and describe timer in detail, and fixya used to send me email so I could answer, but they no longer do that for their customers. So you have to re-post question and spend more time fooling around getting specific answer.

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CREDA FLASH PROGRAMMER 2S, I can programme the current time and the comfort / reduced mode, however when i set the slide switch to 'auto' all that is shown is 2 moons. According to the manual


Reset digital timers before programming to eliminate trace testing memories and restore full functionality

Make sure you're in correct mode fro programming: Time setting mode, with selector moved to top next to clock symbol

Compare your timer manual with Hagar manufacturer's generic manual for the 2-channel: English on page 3.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Hagar-monotron-200-2-channel-manual.pdf
http://www.credaheating.co.uk/assets/kb/operating_instructions/0/Flash_2S_Programmer_Instructions_Issue_1.pdf

Contact Creda
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Can't set the digital time on Diesel DZ721


here are instructions from diesel:

http://store.dieseltimeframes.com/wcsstore/CommonDiesel/instructions/ENGLISH/Diesel_Digital-Guide_ENG.pdf

more specifically


TIME OF DAY MODE
1. Press C to toggle between Time 1 and Time 2.
2. Hold C for two seconds to set Time 1 or 2 as default.
3. Press D to turn on/off key tone.
Time 1
> To set Time, press A until hour flashes. Press B to select the setting
item. Use C and D buttons to adjust the values up or down. Press A to
exit set mode.
Time 2
> To set Time, press A until hour flashes. Press B to select the setting
item. Use C and D buttons to adjust the values up or down. Press A to exit set mode.
> The range difference between Time 1 and Time 2 is 23 hours.
CHRONO MODE
1. Press C to start and stop chronograph.
2. Press D to Split/Reset the chronograph.
3. Press A to recall the memory if Chronograph is stopped.
4. Press A again to view the next lap.
5. Press C or D to exit Recall mode and go back to Chronograph mode.
6. There are a total of 10 lap memories.
TIMER MODE
1. There are 3 different modes of timer: Count Down-Stop, Count DownRepeat, Count Down-and Up.
2. Press C to start/stop the timer counting.
3. Press D to reset the counter to the preset value if timer is stopped.
4. Press and hold A for 2 seconds to enter Timer Setting Mode. 35 Timer Setting Mode


5. Press B to cycle around the setting item: timer-type, hour, minute,
second and to back timer-type again.
6. Press C and D to increase/decrease the setting value.
7. Press A to exit the setting mode.
TIMER ALARM
Timer alarm will beep 2 times a second for 30 seconds.
ALARM MODE
1. Press C to select the alarm.
2. Press D to enable/disable the alarm.
3. Press B to change to Time mode again.
ALARM SETTING MODE
1. Press and hold A for 2 seconds to enter the alarm settings mode.
2. Press C and D to increase or decrease the settings value.
3. Press A to exit the settings mode.

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Model dehumidifier DDR2611/4011, how do you set the timer? What is the on and off timer for, and the 24 hours?


Boy you know you're in trouble when a web search for your product gives fixya on page 1 google.
There is a product manual for your dehumidifier Sept 2012: but it doesn't say how to set the timer. What a doofus manual.
http://www.danby.com/cms/products/en_manual/Manual_for_DDR26114011_%282%29.pdf
There is a customer care phone number:
http://www.danby.com/en/CA/customer_service

On and OFF are probably manual override, so you can operate unit without timer.
24 hour means a 24-hour military-time clock without am and pm. So 1pm is hour 13, and 8pm is hour 20, and 1am is hour 1, etc.
+/- set the humidity

Best guess for Seting the timer.
Press and release clock (timer) button. You may have to press and hold.
And probably auto start is first thing on menu.
Press + or - button to select start hour from 1 thru 24.
Press clock (timer) button again.
And probably auto stop is next.
Press + or - buttons to select stop hour from 1 thru 24.
Probably you press clock button again to exit timer programming.

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User's guide for kambrook electronic timer kd94


Could not find a free guide, but e-how lists the basic instructions.
Instructions
    • 1 Set the day and time on the timer. Press and hold "Clock." While holding the "Clock" button, press "Day" to scroll through the days of the week and select the correct one. Press the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the correct time. Release "Clock" when you are finished.
    • 2 Press "Prog" set the "On" time for the switch. The word "On" and the number "1" will appear on the left side of the display.
    • 3 Press "Day" to choose an individual day or a block of days. Choosing an individual day means that this specific program will only activate on that day; choosing a block of days means that the program will be active on each day in the chosen block.
    • 4 Set the time that you want the timer to switch on by using the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the appropriate time. Press "Prog" when you are done to complete your entry of the "On" time.
    • 5 Select the "Off" time for your timer by using the "Day," "Hours" and "Min" buttons to choose when you want the timer to switch off. Press "Prog" again to save this entry. Repeat steps two through six to set additional timers.
    • 6 Press "Day" and "Hours" to activate the random timer mode. An "R" will appear on the LCD screen, indicating that the timer is in Random mode. This will cause your timer to switch on and off at different times, following no set pattern.
    • 7 Press the button that looks like a hand with the index finger extended to perform a manual override. The display will show you whether it is in Manual or Auto mode, and whether it is turned on or off. "Manual On" means that the time is switched permanently on while "Manual Off" indicates that the timer is turned off. "Auto Off" activates the program that you have set, while "Auto On" turns the time on until the next schedule "Off" time, after which it continues to follow your programmed times.
    • 8 Press "Clock" and "Prog" at the same time to use the countdown feature. Use the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the length of the countdown, and press "Manual" to start.
    • 9 To reset the entire unit and clear all programmed times, use the end of a paper clip or a ball-point pen to press the "Reset" button, located above the "Manual" button.


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Hey im having a problem, basically all im trying to do it make it so my heat lamp turns on only at night, so, i set my time to the correct time right now and then i pressed prg, set the days (everyday)...


http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#zilla
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Zilla-digital-manual.pdf
1) There is no repair for defective timer.
According to manual, under Initial Timer Operation: yellow outlet is ON at 4:00 pm.
Make sure Mode button is not set to OFF.

2) Scheduling timer: Think about the zilla timer this way:
Day is 12 hours and night is 12 hours.
Your total schedule is only 9 hours, but it overlaps day and night.

If timer 'night' starts at 6pm and ends at 6am, then your programming overlaps day and night.
If timer 'night' starts at 12midnight and ends at 12noon, then your programming still overlaps day and night.

3) To solve zilla time problem, set current time differently.
4) Or buy GE or Utilitec 24-hour programmable power strip

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I put the timer on my lamp and it stays on even if it's not the time that I set, and then it turns off when the time is up... Why does it stay on? And not go according to the timer?


For digital timer:
1) Timer is defective
2) Conflicting programming so timer does not perform as expected
3) Timer not set to correct mode.
4) Program 'off' is set correctly, but program 'on' is not set or 'on' time conflicts with other programming.
5) Current time not set correctly
6) Polarity on outlet is reversed or noise on the line. Check outlet with circuit analyzer.
7) Combination of factors listed above
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Oval

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If this is what you're doing and it isn't lighting the LED nextto the 2hr and 4hr can you confirm what setting you have for the humidity?

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    • Plug your Timex seven day timer into a standard electrical outlet. Allow the timer's rechargeable battery to charge for at least 10 minutes before attempting to program the appliance; the battery will serve as a backup power source to prevent your custom programmed settings from being lost in the event the timer is unplugged or the power goes out.

    • Press the depressed "RST" button on the timer with the tip of a ballpoint pen to reset the timer's internal memory.
  • To Set the time on your Timex timer. Press and hold the "Set" button for three seconds or until the day-of-week indicator begins to flash. Press the "->" or "<-" button repeatedly until the desired day appears on the digital display; press "Set." Use the "->" or "<-" buttons to set the hours when they begin to flash; press "Set" when the desired hour is shown. Use the same process to set the minutes, then press the "Set" button again to confirm the day and time settings.

    • To Program a start time for your seven day timer. Press the ">" button to access the appliance's programming mode; the program number will begin to flash. Use the "->" and "<-" buttons to highlight the desired program number, then press "Set." Highlight the desired day and press "Set" again. Program the hour for your timer; press "Set." Set the minute and press the "Set" button to confirm.
    • wait for the timer to go back to std mode (like 10 seconds)

To program a stop time for your timer. Press the "Set" button to cause the day-of-week indicator to flash. Highlight the desired day and press "Set" to confirm. Adjust the timer's hour with the "->" and <-" buttons; press "Set" when the desired hour is shown. Set the minute for your timer and press the "Set" button again. Press the "Time" button to exit the setting mode.

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How to program a digital timer


You posted under a photo that looks like Woods 49063 or GE 28441
Link below shows this particular timer with manuals for each:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Oval

If your timer does not show on link above, add a comment with as much description as you have, with button locations and color and purpose of timer.

To program the GE timer:
1) Set current time
Press and hold Time button: and then push hour and MIN button to set current hour and current minute.

2) To program:
Press and hold PROG button for 1 second
Prog 1 ON will display
This is program1 ON
Press hour button and MIN button to set program1 ON hour and minute

Press and hold PROG button for 1 second
Prog 1 OFF will display
This is program1 OFF
Press hour button and MIN to set program1 OFF hour and minute

Press and hold PROG button for 1 second
Prog 2 ON will display
This is program1 ON
Press hour button and MIN to set program1 ON hour and minute

Repeat steps to program up to 6 different ON-OFF programs
When programming is finished, press TIME button to return to current time.

3) Set MODE
Press mode button once and ON displays, this means light is ON
Press mode button again and OFF displays, this means light is OFF
Press mode button once and nothing displays, this means timer programs will run as you set them

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How to set on/off time?


Aube T1032 is 500W 7-day timer with full range programming
Aube T1034 is 500W 7-day Sunrise/sunset timer
Aube T1070 is 500W 7-day timer that turns lights ON at sunset and OFF at programmed time later in evening, say 11:00 pm

1) T1032 programming steps are lengthy> click link for manual
http://www.aubetech.com/manuel/2/TI032.pdf
b1129f1.jpgAube T1032 buttons
Switch must be wire for display to show
Move slide switch to ON
Open door to see buttons
Set clock with present hour minute and day
Choose 12 hour or 24 hour format
Review operating mode : Auto for programs to run
Make a chart of your on-off schedule so there are no overlaps and conflicts when programming
Press PGN button
Display shows ON P #1 >>> this means you are setting ON time for program 1
Set hour minute day for ON time for program 1
Display shows OFF P #1 >>> this means you are setting OFF time for program 1
Set hour minute day for ON time for program 1
Each program 1-7 has ON time and OFF time plus day of operation


2) T1034 programming steps are lengthy> click link for manual
http://www.aubetech.com/manuel/2/TI034.pdf
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Timer must be wired for display to show
Open small door
Review buttons
Move slide switch to ON
Review operating mode: Auto if you want timer to turn on-and-off with sunrise sunset
Set the clock with present time / Choose 12 hour or 24 hour format
Use Hour button to set hour MIN button to set minute
Use CODE button to set daylight savings time
Set Sunrise-sunset parameters using tables that show in manual
Make a chart of programs
Set programs 1 thru 7
The above steps are 4 EZ steps for painting the Mona Lisa >>> please re-post question with detailed question


T1070 programming steps are lengthy> click link for manual
http://www.aubetech.com/manuel/2/TI070.pdf
You select mode
Pick your city's coordinates from chart so timer knows when sun goes down
Make a chart of the times you want timer to follow
Select program number
Set days you want that program to work
Set time for that program to turn off lights

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