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I have zdrc-1 universal remote and need instructions and codes


Set-up (Programming) procedure is too much to type in here, and is not practical and it will differ brand-to-brand remote controls. If you wish to get more; check the sites linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. One among it has general set-up codes to check with TVs and other devices are given, in the order of the 'device's brand name list' in alphabetical order. Pull up older posts. Search the sites by type in the brand name to your device in its search box at the top right part of the display window. It will help you to find the document easily.
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How to program new remote to alarm


TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING Note: System can learn up to 3 different codes max. 1. Turn Ignition ON and OFF 3 times quickly, leaving it ON the 3 rd time. (ON/OFF, ON/OFF, ON) You should hear (1) short chirp. 2. Push the Program/Override Button for 5 seconds until the siren chirps (3) times. Release the button. The system is now in programming mode. 3. Press Button #1 on new transmitter - siren will chirp to confirm programming. Repeat Step 3 within 5 sec. for up to 2 additional transmitters. 4. Turn off Ignition. Note 1: If only one transmitter is being programmed, continue pressing button #1 until dash LED flashes goes out and the system chirps to exit programming mode to prevent unauthorized codes and noise from entering the system. Note 2: Programming mode is exited automatically after 5 seconds of last code transmission or once 3 new codes have been programmed. The LED will flash (4) times indicating program mode exit.

Jan 12, 2011 | 1Way Remote Transmitter

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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

Oct 14, 2010 | Woods Industries 59377 Indoor Digital...

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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

Oct 11, 2010 | Aube Technologies Aube 7-Day 40-500w Light...

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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.
Download Woods manuals
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
Use DAY button to choose MO - TU etc
HOUR button to set current hour
MIN button to set current minute
Release Clock button and time is set

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
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
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
Look for S in display to see if timer set for S summertime

Press reset to clear all programming

Oct 07, 2010 | Woods Industries 59377 Indoor Digital...

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Please tell me how to program my timer. How do I set the time and when it should come on and go off everyday


Smarthome has the T-1032 pdf manual
http://www.smarthome.com/manuals/4256.pdf

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1) Test installation to see if your wiring technique is correct.
Open cover > set on-off switch to 'ON'
Press the tiny round reset button with paper clip
Screen displays 0:00, MO, MAN, OFF
Close cover
Push cover inward like a push-button (the cover is the manual override)
Lights should turn on
If lights don't turn on, then you need to rewire ... so re-post a re-wire question ... and then come back to this answer to program

2) Set Time and Day/ Correct time and day are needed for programs to work.
To start, notice on the screen - in the corners are little letters: MAN, MO, OFF. And to left of time is PM.
Set the Hour: Press hour button until correct hour shows, including PM or AM
Set minutes: Press MIN button until correct minutes show
Set the day. Press day key ... MO in corner changes ... for example TU is Tuesday, WE Wednesday, TU Thursday
Press one of the control buttons to finish operation

Programming overview
:
Timer allows 7 programs
Program 1, Program 2 etc
Each program has ON and OFF time
So you have to select Program 1
And then set DAY for Program 1, set ON time for Program 1, and then set OFF time for Program 1
Next you do the same for Program 2 , and then Program 3, 4 etc to 7
If you only want Program 1, then you do not need to set Programs 2 thru 7

Let's program
:
Press PGM button ... the timer screen show a P to right of time
The number 1 appears below P and indicates Program 1

Set days you want Program 1 to work: Press day button and you can see MO TU WE TH etc appear on screen.
If you want all week long, press day button until all 7 days appear in tiny print on bottom of screen
Now you have the Day set for Program 1
ON time for Program 1
Notice the screen shows ON ... this means you are going to set the ON time for Program 1
First, Set hour you want Program 1 to turn ON: press Hour button until correct AM PM time shows on screen
Last, set minutes to go along with hour: press MIN button until correct ON time minutes show
You have the day, hour and minute set for ON time

Set OFF time for Program 1: we are going to set a Day, hour and minute you want Program 1 to turn OFF
Press PGM button, and notice that OFF appears in top right corner of screen
Set the day you want timer to turn OFF for Program 1 by pressing DAY button >>> Tip set same days you set for ON times. So if you selected all seven days for ON time, then select all seven days for OFF time
Set the hour and minute you want Program 1 to turn OFF by using Hour and MIN buttons as before.

OK, the ON and OFF day, hour and minute are set for Program 1.
To continue to Program 2, press PGM button until a 2 appears on screen below the P
If you do not want to set more Programs, then you're finished
To finish, press any control button
Close the lid, cross your fingers, you did good

Sep 30, 2010 | Aube Technologies Aube 7-Day 40-500w Light...

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Programming instructions for a 1999 Chrysler 300M remote fob


Manual Programming Procedure (non scan tool)
1. Connect pin 1 of the 16-way data link connector to chassis ground or to pin 4 of the 16-way data link connector.
2. Close all doors, turn ignition key to off.
3. Turn ignition key to Accessory.
4. Turn ignition to off, door locks will cycle once (in programming mode).
5. For each key FOB, press any button 3 times in a row to program code. When programming is complete, the door locks will cycle once.

NOTE:
IF A SECOND KEY FOB REQUIRES PROGRAMMING, IT MUST BE PROGRAMMED WITHIN 1 MINUTE OF PROGRAMMING
THE FIRST FOB PROGRAMMING. PRESS ANY BUTTON ON THE SECOND FOB 3 TIMES TO PROGRAM ITS CODE. WHEN PROGRAMMING IS COMPLETE, THE DOOR LOCKS WILL CYCLE ONCE.

6. The programming mode finishes after the following:
a. Programming of two key FOBS is completed.
b. One minute has passed since programming.
c. Pin 1 of 16-way data link connector is removed from ground connection.
d. Ignition switch is turned on.
e. Any of the doors are opened.

Apr 09, 2009 | 1999 Chrysler 300M

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For the HV #1+ embroidery unit, using the plus hoop and embroider


Hi!

You can find the solution by following these steps-


Slide in embroidery card 21 and companion cassette. Touch Embroidery ON.

Touch FUNC to Program mode, The “E” inside the hoop will appear on the left end of the Program display window. If Plus Hoop programming is desired, touch the rotational arrow E one time and you will see the hoop in the Programdisplay window change into a Plus Hoop with a small arrow pointing to the top portion of the hoop, indicating position 1.

Toward the right side of the Program display window are
F1 S1 M1. F1 = Font style (1, 2 or 3), S1 = Size (1 or 2) and M1 = Menu (1, 2 or 3).

FONT: Select 1. Palace Script 2. Clarendon (block) 3. Kalligraphia

(Note: Programmed letters are always displayed in block)

SIZE: Select 1. Large 30mm 2. Small 12mm
MENU: Select 1. Upper case, 2. Lower case, or 3. Numbers and Symbols—check Program display for upper or lower case indication.
Note: You must select the Font, Size and Menu before selecting the letter desired.
Do rate the solution accordingly.


Thanks
Rylee

Mar 16, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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M3plugin.dll missing module at startup


Your web browser has been hijacked by "adware" called "My Web Search"... The fix is involved, but not impossible.

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Download a free copy of a program called HijackThis.

Reboot your Computer and run the HijackThis program.

Scan for and fix any of the entries shown below.

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Next, open My Computer, Drive C, and double-click on the Program Files folder
Right-click and delete the folders for:
  • FunWebProducts
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MyWebSearch should now be completely uninstalled from your computer.
There will be some minor registry entries left behind by the uninstall, however these can be cleaned up by running SpyBot Search and Destroy. SpyBot is also available online as a free download.

Good luck!!


Sep 11, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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