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I don't how to set the timer. please help.


keep central heat off (botton on left push down botton on right push all the way up. Turn dialclock wise and either push in the little white button or pull out the "advencor". that button works the speed of the dial by turning it also

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The link on FixYa to the HB65R Intermatic timer Manual seems to be broken. Do you still have it?


Fixya does not have HB65 manual posted.
Open following link to identify timer and download manual in English.
If this is not your timer, add a comment with clear description of timer, or in-focus photo of timer posted on flicker, so I can locate possible manual.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#HB65R
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#N1506

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I just bought a GE 24 hour mechanical time # 15152. How do set it? The dial is very confusing. I understand that I must first pull all the buttons up and push down the ones I need. If I set it to go...


GE 15152
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15152

Light side of dial is am hours
Dark side is pm hours

Set timer ON from 5pm to 11 pm:
When segments are down, timer is ON.
Lift all segments, except segments between 5 and 11.

Rotate dial until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
Move switch to TIMER ON

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I need instruction manual for TD126 timer


TD126 timer

I'm going to guess at these instructions since they're not posted anywhere yet.
It's a chance I will be wrong, and others can add a comment and refine the answer.

The other option is: you can buy timer and scan your manual into pdf format and post it on your website for free.
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Plug timer into outlet for 1 hour to charge battery.
Remove timer from outlet to program.
Timer appears to be a 24-hour repeat timer with 12 hour am-pm format
There are 5 buttons on face of timer: Reset SET + - Finger
-Press reset button to clear programming.
-Set current time: Push and hold finger button while pressing + and - until current time and am pm display. Or push and hold SET button while pressing + and -.
Program timer:
-Press finger until PROG 1 ON displays
-Press press + and - to set program1 ON Hour.
-Press SET to confirm hour
-Press press + and - to set program1 ON minute.
-Press SET to confirm ON minute

-Press finger until PROG 1 OFF displays
-Press press + and - to set program1 OFF Hour.
-Press SET to confirm hour
-Press press + and - to set program1 OFF minute.
-Press SET to confirm OFF minute

-Press finger until PROG 2 ON displays
-Repeat steps above.
-When programming is finished, push set button.
And you might have to push finger button, or push and hole finger button, and then set button.

-Timer appears to be in AUTO as default mode.
Timer may also have a switch located on side of timer. Move switch to timer if there is a switch.
Some timers also require you push two buttons at same time to enter different modes, or hold one button while pushing other button.

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I need instructions on how to program my intermatic timer 1076311. It's a two button timer.


The Intermatic outdoor timer 1076311 is Intermatic model HB65R.
It has two buttons, TIME and MODE and a digital display.
Instructions:
1. Plug in the timer, which self-tests. If error, EE flashes.
If normal, 88 flashes for 3 seconds, then display shows C and you can proceed to set the timer.
2. Push the TIME button to set C (current time) AM hours 1-12 and PM hours 1. to 12. (Example: for 7 AM push the TIME button until the display shows "7" for 7 PM push the TIME button until the display shows "7."
3. Now push and hold down the MODE button until the display shows P for the "ON time."
4. Push the TIME button to set the hour to turn ON, from AM 1 to 12 or PM 1. to 12.(Example: if you want the power on at 7 PM repeatedly push the TIME button till the display reads 7.)
5. Push and hold down the MODE button until the display reads E for "END time" (time you want the power OFF)
6. Push the TIME button repeatedly to set the end time hour from AM 1 to 12 or PM 1. to 12. The time off will display.
7. Press the MODE button to toggle between ON and the current time.

If you unplug the timer you will have to reset the C (current time), P (ON time) and E (END or OFF time).

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I have a digital wall timer that allows for settings over multiple days. Trued to reset it (remove a few memorized settings) by pushing 'reset'; but this had no effect. Do I need to press it for a longer...


You posted the question under ST01C timer.
This timer will clear all programs if you hold reset in for a few seconds until the screen starts blinking 12:00. The reset button is a small round button that you push with a paper clip.
The ST01C memory for current day can be cleared by removing battery for a couple minutes, but the day-to-day programming remains forever until timer is reset.

Each timer tends to follow the same pattern as described above when there is a small round reset that is pushed with a paper clip >> push, hold for a few seconds, timer resets.

Other timers have a larger button for Reset ... the timers with larger reset button usually require you to hold the clock button and reset button at the same time ... or some other button besides clock has to be pushed at same time with reset. You can try different combinations of buttons and hold both down for a few seconds.

If you reply to this response with your exact model and brand timer, I can look up the specifics for most timers

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Decora 6124H Timer


Leviton 6124 timer instructions:
Timer comes with plastic protector over display >> remove protector to see display.
Large button is manual override.
After timer is wired, push override to make sure Load turns ON and OFF.

Timer has 3 small buttons located below manual override used for programming
Display is divided into 24-hours with am times on left and pm on right.
24 Hour day is divided into 1/2 Hour segments
Each 1/2 hour must be set for ON or OFF

Start by pushing left-side event-cursor-advance-button and it scrolls down each 1/2 Hour.
Once you arrive at 1/2 hour > make decision if you want timer ON or OFF for that half hour.

Press event-set-reset-button in center to set ON-OFF for that 1/2 hour.

Press center event-set-reset-button and solid black rectangle fills in for that half hour.
Solid black rectangle means timer ON for that 1/2 Hour.

Once solid square is selected, press event-cursor-advance-button and cursor advances again and starts filling in black rectangles for each 1/2 Hour period.
Keep filling in black rectangles for all times you want timer ON.

When you reach 1/2 Hour period you want timer OFF, then press center event-set-reset-button so that no black rectangle is visible for that 1/2 hour.
No black rectangle means timer is OFF for that half hour.

To set current time, use right-side time-advance-button.
Press and hold time-advance and time cursor advances down through the am and then pm hours.
Stop cursor at current time, and timer is ready.

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LOST THE SETTING INSTRUCTIONS OF MY TIMEX MODEL NO. 12/874 (TX12874X)


I couldn't find a manual for your Timex, but here are the setting instructions:

Clear the timer by pushing hour and minute at same time. To set current time, hold time button down and push hour. Then hold time button down and push minute.
To set the time for light to turn on, hold the ON button down and push hour until it gets to the hour you want it on (same for Minute). To set time for light to go off, hold the OFF button down while you set the hour and minute.

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Intermatic hb65r residual outdoor timer


Here is the instruction manual for your model:

HB65R Timer

Hope this helps!

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