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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
See "Changing Program Times--Skipping and ON or OFF Event" in the attached manual:
Find the Dawn or Dusk program time and follow the instructions in step 5 (Turn the selector knob until SKIP shows
in the display and “-- --” replaces the
time (Fig. 17), then press PROG to accept
the new setting.)
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Do not go to Utilitech.com; it's a different company. It's actually at place called TheNCC and is in tiny, tiny print at the bottom of the instructions.
Instead, go to:
You should find a PDF for the product and then zoom in to be able to read the instructions. I was not able to read instructions that came in packaging.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
The Utilitec 0192773 timer has astro dusk-to-dawn functions.
The manual is very unclear at the exact point you need it to say how to set dusk-to-dawn.
The following page has the manual, with explanation how to find the astro dawn-to-dusk setting
When you are programming the timer, press TIME button and hours start flashing.
Press the +/- button ... the trick is to keep pushing the +/- button until it finally gets to astro, and the sun-moon symbol shows on display.
When the sun-moon symbol shows, the display also shows AM.
Press the +/- again and PM show.
So if you want Program1 to turn lights ON at dusk (PM), then your display needs to show: 1 ON PM sun-moon.
To continue setting astro, do not set hours, just press PROG button.
Then repeat the steps above until: 1 OFF AM sun-moon show on display.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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The dawn to dusk feature is activated by photoelectric eye that senses when it gets dark.
If you put timer in a dark room, it will turn ON ... let's say to operate Christmas tree after you leave a room for the evening.
But if room stays dark, the timer will not sense when to turn off unless you also set timer to turn off 1-9 hours after ON.
That being said, a Christmas tree might make too much light for the timer's photoelectric eye.
Make sure photoelectric eye is turned away from direct light.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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