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My gardenmate two dial automatic tap timer does not work.new battery. it starts then it cuts out

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SOURCE: can't find battery compartment on

Batteries located inside, accessible from behind unit. ie under round cover, just unscrew...

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Make sure all wires are same gauge so that screw plate clamps down on wires.
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I have replaced the batteries on my Gardenmate Dual Outlet Tap timer, and it is still not working. The system is only 12 months old, and I am unable to solve it. Can you please help me.


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I have the same problem as you, which has happenede on both timers I've bough...they usually give out after a month or so and nothing gets them going again,

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One of these wires goes to timer black wire
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When finished, if these two wires are reversed the timer will not work, so go back and switch them

The green wire connects to bare ground wire
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For details how to connect wires:
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Once the timer is wired, the slide switch has to be moved to far right.
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If you have Spanish and want English, you want Google translate >> it has helped me translate detailed electrical manuals written in Italian
http://translate.google.com/#it'en'

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