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incorrect operation. 1. Remove screws and back cover. 2. Insert two 1.5V 'C' Alkaline batteries. (Check + and - are correct.). IMPORTANT: Rechargeable batteries must not be used. 3. Replace batteries each season. (max 12 months use) MAINTAINING THE WATERPROOF SEAL 1. Ensure that rubber seal is positioned correctly. 2. Replace back cover and screw down tightly. 3. Repeat each time back cover is removed. HOW TO PROGRAMME THE TIMER There are two watering operations - Automatic and Manual. AUTOMATIC OPERATION Automatic ON 1. Turn dial clockwise to AUTO START at actual desired start time (e.g. To start watering each day at 15H00 you must set your AC1 when the actual time of day is 15H00). The timer has now memorised the auto start time until it is reset and will operate every day at this time. Use of manual ON or OFF does not cancel memory. 2. Turn dial anti-clockwise to: a) Chosen duration for once-a-day operation, or b) Chosen programme for all other watering frequencies (see table). The timer will now automatically run the selected program repeatedly until a new option is selected. GB 2 Automatic OFF Turn dial to Manual ON or OFF. If you wish to return to Automatic watering re-select the desired watering programme. NOTE your auto start time remains memorised until a new one is selected. Changing start time Turn dial clockwise to AUTO START at new chosen start time. Changing watering programme Turn dial to new programme. Do not turn dial to AUTO START unless a new start time is desired. MANUAL OPERATION Manual ON Turn dial anti-clockwise to ON. Water will flow for 60 minutes maximum or until turned to OFF setting. Note: After 60 minutes water shuts off. Knob will still point to ON and needs to be manually set to OFF or to desired number of automatic watering minutes. Manual OFF Turn dial clockwise to OFF. Note: Operation is only audible when valve opens and closes. To check that timer is working, switch to manual ON or OFF to hear valve operate. CONNECTING THE TIMER TO THE TAP Use supplied adapters if required. Tighten to ensure no leaks
NOTE THE COMMENT ABOUT THE RESET AND THE SIMULTANEOUS SELECTION OF THE + - SET and CLEAR BUTTONS to effect a reset after replacingg batteries
HOW TO INSTALL BATTERIES Remove the lid in the rear part of the remote control unit. Insert two AAA alkaline batteries of 1,5 V-DC. Make sure the batteries point in the direction marked in the battery compartment. The batteries last about six months. Depending on how much you use the remote control unit. Remove the batteries if you do not use the remote control unit for more than one month. Press the +, -, SET and CLEAR buttons together after batteries replacement. (This operation allows you to reset correctly all the programs. The remote control unit is to be set up again).Replace the batteries when the remote control unit lamp fails to light, or when the air conditioner does not receive the remote control unit signals. The batteries of the remote control contain polluted substances exhausted batteries must be disposed according to the laws in force.
2000 Avalon keyless remotes stopped working: solution Both keyless remotes for my 2000 Avalon stopped working. The batteries were good (I checked them with a volt-ohm meter). The Toyota dealer determined that the remote used most was defective and it tried to initialize the receiver in the car. This caused the second remote also not to work. The dealer reset the receiver (reinitialized it after first unplugging it), replaced the defective remote with a new one, and reprogrammed both remotes. Total cost: $225 labor, 164 for new remote. Later, another remote went bad. I just stopped using it.
Enter the passenger side of the vehicle and look under the
dashboard, beneath the glove box and near the floor mat. With the aid of
a flashlight, locate a large panel, which is held in place by screws.
Unscrew the panel manually or use a screwdriver if the screws are too
Locate the fuse panel. The panel houses long rows of fuses
mounted to the panel. Consult the vehicle's owner manual to determine
which of the fuses controls the automatic doors
Remove the fuse that controls the automatic doors with a
pair of fuse pliers, or carefully with a pair of regular pliers. Examine
the fuse by shining the flashlight close against it. If the metal bar
inside the fuse is broken, the fuse has been blown.
Replace the blown fuse with a fuse of equal amperage. Push the new fuse in place, confirming it is a snug fit.
Test the automatic doors before screwing the fuse panel
cover back in place. If the doors close automatically after you manually
give them a tug, the problem was the blown fuse. Replace the fuse panel
cover under the glove box.
Test the automatic doors with your remote control. If they
do not open or close, the problem is with the remote. Pop the rear cover
off of the remote with a screwdriver and replace the battery.
you must reset the code again use the code from your instr. manual. and proof again. Retight the spring contacts battery with pliers for a good contacts 2) clean the contacts battery. 3) resolder the wires contacts battery God bless you
did you put new batteries in both the remote and the remote sensor box . if so you will need a new remote you can buy for about 100 bucks it includes the remote and remote sensor, its not hard to install . any gas log supplier can assist you
The remote works once the right room temperature is sensed (66F) by the remote, This is a room temperature triggered remote.However, if the thermostat at the remote becomes defective, then there is no way that the remote will function. You have to do it manually.