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Dial sticks in two places until dial is moved slightly

Dial sticks intwo places until dial is moved slightly by turning clockwise

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HI. this Timer mechanism will need ot be replaced soon. the timer motor is defective. this will continue to affect the performance of this unit. replace asap.

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Audi afu timing belt timing marks


If you have a dohc engine like i have (2.3i) this is what i did. i could not find any markings on the covers to indicate tdc so i did what i've learned from an "old timer". Remove the no.1 spark plug (cam pully), take a big screwdriver and stick it in the hole until you feel the piston. Turn the engine clockwise (as the motor turn) always keep the screwdriver with one hand you will see and feel the screwdriver moving up or down depending on where the piston sits. When the scredriver start to come up, start turning slowly until you will feel the screwdriver will stop for a second and then it will dip down again. Turn the engine anti-clockwise until you will feel again that slight hesitation, remember it is all about feeling. Once you have that slight hesitation just before the screwdriver wants to move up or down that is your tdc on your sub assembly. Your cylinder head timing pully should have a dot on it. On the cover behind the pully is a cut out about 6mm, line up that dot with the mark and you should have the tdc for your cylinder head. Alternatively if you cannot find any markings do the following. Remove your tapped cover, turn the cam pully until your 2 front lobes of your cam faces upwards like a "v". If it is done correctly your timing belt will go over the pullies with ease.NB!!! It works for me (experience) if this sounds complicated i suggest that you get professional help.

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Setting Your Timer




1. Move the control lever to the OFF-CLEAR position for about 20 seconds. The red indicator light will go off and any previ- ous time settings will be cleared from memory.
Program Using "Quick" Method:
2. Move the control lever to the ON position. The Red indicator light will start fashing.
3. Rotate the time dial clockwise at least one click, stopping at the half hour nearest to the present time.
NOTE: During programming, be careful not to press the dial while turning it. If you press the dial, you will ac- cidentally set a wrong time.
4. Press the dial once to set the present time. The Red indicator light will go off.
5. Rotate the time dial clockwise to the frst desired ON time. The Red light will pulse momentarily with each click.
6. Press the dial once to enter the ON time. The light controlled by the switch timer will turn ON.
7. Rotate the time dial clockwise to the desired OFF time.
8. Press the dial once to enter the OFF time. The light controlled by the switch timer will turn OFF.
Repeat Steps 5-8 for each additional ON/OFF setting. Continue to rotate the time dial until the Red indicator light comes ON and stays ON, indicating that the switch timer is in AUTOMATIC mode

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I want to reset the timer for hours of on-off for out water heater but can't figure out how to push the little white teeth in or out. Model is 265-1.


1) Open following link to read about re-circulation systems:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-recirculation-system.html

2) Image below show typical FM1 analog timer dial with pins:
Move pins with fingernail or small tool.
To test if pins need to be moved in or out, set pins each direction and manually rotate dial clockwise and listen when pump turns on-off.
How timer operates: clock motor rotates dial continually, pins on dial move lever that turns circuit on-off.
To set current time, manually rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
Some timers have a selector switch: move switch to Auto, or Timer, or Timer ON. Again you can manually rotate dial and check which setting is correct.
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How to set time


You need to match the marks on your timing belt. The two marks are at 12 o'clock. You should be able to view the mark by taking off the easiest cover, the one in front. You can turn the crankshaft to move it into position. You'll need a compression guage in the number one spark plur hole. Place the guage dial where you can see it while turning the crankshaft balancer hub. Turn it clockwise until you see compression building up on the guage. If you did not see compression build up, continue one more complete turn to achieve TDC for the number one cylinder. Remove the guage. Through the number one cylinder spark plug hole, insert a section of wooden dowel or plastic rod and slowly push it down until it reaches the top surface of the piston crown. With the dowel or rod in place, slowly rotate the crankshaft clockwise until the dowel or rod is pushed upward, stops, and then starts to move back down. At this point, rotate the crankshaft slightly counterclockwise until the dowel or rod has reached its upper most travel. At this point, the number one piston is at TDC.

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WHERE CAN I FIND DIRECTIONS TO PROGRAM TIMER #0148373


Open following link to correctly identify product:
http://cgi.ebay.it/UTILITECH-2-OUTLET-TIMER-0148373-15-AMP-LOT-OF-4-/290468257053

Utilitec 0148373 timer is plug-in type timer.
Set on-off times by moving pins.
Pins are located on dial and stick up. They can be moved back and forth like stick-shift on car.
See example of pins at following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Pins-tabs

Instructions:
Turn ON lamp.
Light bulb is good.
Plug lamp into timer.
Plug timer into outlet.
Move some pins outward.
Then manually rotate dial clockwise to watch how lights turn on-off.
That will tell you if lights turn on or off when pins are set outward.

To set current time, rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
Dial turns as time passes.
Lever on top of timer is moved to 'Timer'

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How do you set the timer


You posted under mechanical outdoor timer with time dial located on face.
If you have different timer, add a comment.

Instructions:
Rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
There are segments or pins located around outer edge of dial.

If timer has segments.
Pull these segments outward, or leave them in place to set on-off times.
Pull out a few segments and then rotate dial clockwise to see if lights turn on or off with segments out.
Then pull out segments for the times you want timer to turn on-off.

If timer has pins.
Click pins outward, or leave them in place to set on-off times.
Click out a few pins and then rotate dial clockwise to see if lights turn on or off with pins out.
Then pull out pins for the times you want timer to turn on-off.

Some timers also have an override button located on inner dial or somewhere on body of timer.
Move this switch to TIMER or AUTO, depending on your timer

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How to sethour and minute


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Multifunction watch:Pull the crown out to position No. 3, turn clockwise to go to hour and minutes hands; the small dial showing days of the week will move, and the 24-hour dial will also move correspondingly.To set the date, pull the crown out to position No. 2 and turn clockwise until you have set the desired date; push the crown back to position No. 1.

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How to set date on it?


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Pull the crown out to position No. 3, turn clockwise to go to hour and minutes hands; the small dial showing days of the week will move, and the 24-hour dial will also move correspondingly.To set the date, pull the crown out to position No. 2 and turn clockwise until you have set the desired date; push the crown back to position No. 1.

Multifunction watch:Pull the crown out to position No. 3, turn clockwise to go to hour and minutes hands; the small dial showing days of the week will move, and the 24-hour dial will also move correspondingly.To set the date, pull the crown out to position No. 2 and turn clockwise until you have set the desired date; push the crown back to position No. 1.

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I need a manual for UTILITECH #0148373.. and i need it now! PLease help me..i need to know how to use this product. HELP PLZ!


Open following link to correctly identify product:
http://cgi.ebay.it/UTILITECH-2-OUTLET-TIMER-0148373-15-AMP-LOT-OF-4-/290468257053

Utilitec 0148373 timer is plug-in type timer.
Set on-off times by moving pins.
Pins are located on dial and stick up. They can be moved back and forth like stick-shift on car.
See example of pins at following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Pins-tabs

Instructions:
Turn ON lamp.
Light bulb is good.
Plug lamp into timer.
Plug timer into outlet.
Move some pins outward.
Then manually rotate dial clockwise to watch how lights turn on-off.
That will tell you if lights turn on or off when pins are set outward.

To set current time, rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
Dial turns as time passes.
Lever on top of timer is moved to 'Timer'

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Rolex 1992 daytona watch


There should be 3 knobs on the right side of your watch. Unscrew the middle knob with the crown on it until it pops out. After it springs out, it will be in winding mode. You want to gently pull it out past this point, it will click into place and you will be able to set the time by turning the knob. After time is set just push the middle knob back in and turn clockwise unitl it is tight.

I hope this has been helpful,
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