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What do you set the timer on for the utilitech pro led light

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Utilitech Pro, model 0595683. Can I use a dimmer with this LED fixture?


It appears, no you can't use a dimmer on these lights. You can try a CFL / LED rated dimmer, but it still may not work

Jan 06, 2016 | Electrical Supplies

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I HAVE A UTILITECH PRO 180 #0205881 AND IT BLINKS WHEN ITS ON


Usually when a motion sensor light blinks LED or otherwise it means that the motion sensor is shot. The light itself is most likely good and for whatever reason you got a bad sensor upon purchase.

Feb 21, 2014 | Utilitech Pro 180-Degree 2-Head LED...

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My Utilitech Pro will come on, after a few seconds it will blink twice and then will not come on again for several days.


Sounds like the sensor has failed. The controls are supposed to be on the underside, and kept dry.

Nov 24, 2013 | Utilitech Pro 180-Degree 2-Head LED...

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I lost my instructions for my Utilitech #0357930 timer. I cannot get it to work; I can set it to start but not stop. Just need some directions. Buttons on it are On, Off, Day, Hour, Min, Enter, Pro


The AutoChron 81000 Programmable Wall Light Switch Timer is identical to the Utilitec #0357930 (AmerTac) TMDW50L. Here are links to manuals for models prior to and as of 2012.

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Nov 28, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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I have a Utilitech one outlet light timer and I can't get it to work! I've never had a problem with a light timer; they're pretty straightforward in how to use them. I set the current time,...


Thank you for including model number.
TM01DHBL is typical analog timer with 1/2 hour segments located around edge of dial.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59366

There are no repairs for defective timer: Here are suggestions.
1) Locally purchased timer has longer warranty period since you can buy same timer later and return defect in new package.
2) Top of timer has slide switch. Most analog timers have 2-or-3 position switch that offers override capability. Set some segments, move slide switch each direction, and then manually rotate timer dial clockwise two full revolutions to watch how lamp turns on-off.
If lamp does not turn on-off with switch in at least one of the slide-switch positions, then timer is suspect.
3) Always a good policy to test outlets with cheap circuit analyzer to check for electrical abnormalities that can affect timer electronics.
Since this is mechanical timer with simple electric clock motor, chances are that reversed polarity will not immediately affect timer.
4) Put timer on a different outlet, controlling a different load, and see if problem is the same.
5) Make sure segments are pulled all the way up.

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Aug 30, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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