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I have seven of these thermostats where I work. When you press the program button to make adjustments to anything, it always gives the current setting of the first of four settings for the day and allows you to make changes. However, these seven read "None" when you press the program button and doesn't allow any changes. The manual doesn't even cover this problem.
Have you changed the battery?
usually the battery compartment (and the model number) on located on back of thermostat
Look up manual on internet
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Posted on Nov 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pdf file link, instructions will say it is for a topica500 also known as a logica 500.
Hope this helps.RoyG
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Older washing machines had a 2 position knob push or pull to set and the other position to run, also if the timer is bad it can be replaced the parts are still available on the Internet.
Have a good day...
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Here is the url to the pdf file. You can then magnify your computer screen.
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: how do I delete one
Clearing event on Utilitec 7-day timer:
Tiny print on instructions say: press PROG button several times to locate setting you want to clear > Press and hold MODE button > press PROG button to clear setting > to finish, press CLOCK button and display will show time of day.
In case of operational failure:
Tiny print on instructions say: press RESET button to clear all settings >> and then reprogram
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
The ST01C programming is long and hard to understand
Intermatic has posted a EZ-version for programming
First of all, you have to set current date on all brands of programmable timers before programming. On some timers, the wiring has to be correct before the timer will let you program.
If you have the ST01C, push the reset button with a paper clip until time flashes to 12:00, and then start over
When I have a problem with a timer, I go back to the manual and start writing out the instructions.
If you can write the instructions, then they usually make better sense >>> and then you wonder who wrote the manual.
Finally, the ST01C, and most digital timers, come with a 1-year limited warranty >> timers go bad.
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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