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How to set a Utiltech Timer # 0050024

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Try these directions:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Utilitec-0050024-tower-stake-manual.pdf

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Who have purchased 2 (actually 3 but the other one was a different kind) utilitech 0050024 outdoor timers and both keep resetting to midnight on monday as of the power has gone out. All programmed info is...


Sometimes people get batches of bad timers.
However this timer does not show a program carryover, and does not appear to have battery for carryover. Although many new timer have a capacitor backup, it is unclear if the Utilitec offers this feature.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Utilitec-0050024-tower-stake-manual.pdf
Use reset button to clear memories, and then reprogram.
This timer has 2 modes: programmable or photocell
As a general rule, these timers come with 1 year limited warranty, but unclear who backs Utilitec warranty.
Buy two new timers from different Lowes store, and return defect in new package.

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I have a holiday timer LW28080. Following instructions to the letter the unit did not go on at the set time. The manual works but not the timer. Does the time actually have to start on the first day...


LW28080 is NCC brand digital power center.
Copy following link to identify timer and download manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#0050024
Programming should start on the day you selected for Program 1 ON. So if Tues was selected, timer should start Tuesday.

Use paper clip, and push in Reset button for 2 seconds. Repeat. Always reset digital timers before programming to clear memory glitches.

Plug timer in for 10 minutes to charge battery.
Be sure to set current time with correct day, hour am-pm and minute.
Each ON program requires OFF program
Set program 1 ON and then set program 1 OFF.
Make sure selected day(s) of operation match for both ON and OFF settings.
Check am-pm conflicts in programming.
Avoid 12:00, to avoid am-pm confusion. Use 12:01 or 11:59
Avoid programming overlaps and conflicts that cause timer not to function as expected.

When programming is finished, press current time button to return to current time.
It appears timer is ready for programmed operation at this point.
Install Mi-MH battery that comes with timer.
Do not exceed watt rating.
This timer comes with 1 year limited warranty and can be expected to last 1 or 2 seasons, and probably quit season 3.
1-800-730-3707

Nov 24, 2012 | House Brand Hardware & Accessories

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Will a utiltech indoor timer #0155671 work outdoors?


Yes but maybe it will not last very long.
Utilitec 0155671 is indoor timer with 2 grounded outlets.
Indoor timers will work outdoors until they gets wet from rain, wet from evening dew, or overheated from exposure to sun.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0155671.html

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How do I delete one of the set programs on my utiltech 7-day digital timer? The directions say press the mode key, and keeping it held down, press the program key, it doesn't work. Any suggestions?


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

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I do not need an expert, the instruction sheet got wet, so I cannot read it for utiltech self adj. wall timer.


You are asking for a Utilitec manual but don't specify which manual that fixya expert should provide free of charge, which is why you don't need an expert?
Open following link for several different Utilitec timer manuals.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0192773.html

Jun 30, 2010 | Intermatic Inc. ST01C Digital In-Wall...

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I have a holiday living power stake timer, how do i program it?


I have the directions for this item and tried to paste them here, but exceeded the amount of space allowed. Will send in several replies. FIRST:

HOLIDAY LIVING HEAVY DUTY OUTDOOR DIGITAL POWER CENTER

MODEL #LW28080 ITEM #0050024

INSTRUCTIONS:

NOTE: To set up Timer for the first time, plug in the timer for 10 minutes, then insert a sharp pointed object or opened paper clip into the pin hole marked "RESET" to clear all settings.

SET THE CURRENT TIME

1. Press the CLOCK button.

2. Press the DAY button to set the current day of the week.

3. Press the HOUR button to set the current hour. Be sure to take note of AM / PM.

4. Press the MIN button to set the current minute.

5. Press the ENTER button to finish setting the time.

Note: If you do not touch any buttons for 10 seconds, it will automatically save the time.

Continue to Digital Timer Mode or Photocell Timer mode below.

To have your lights turn on and off at specific times throughout the week, choose Digital Timer Mode.

To have your lights turn on every day at dusk and off at dawn or after 1 - 12 hours, choose Photocell Timer Mode.

Nov 21, 2009 | House Brand Hardware & Accessories

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