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Troubleshooting Utilitech timer 0141224

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I bought a Utilitech #0192775 self-adjusting wall timer to regulate some window candles. I want to simply set it to come on from dusk to dawn, and have followed their directions the best I can. However, it does not work. Even some of the steps in the instructions are not on this model, so it is impossible to follow their directions to the "t". Do you know how to get this wall-timer to do what it says it will do? Thank you!!

Posted on Jan 12, 2010

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SOURCE: I HAVE UTILITECH 7-DAY DIGITAL IN WALL TIMER.

Great! I just bought one and am typing the directions from a blown-up scan so I can read them. This us the 3rd timer that doean't seem to want to be programmed and I am forced to operate manually!

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

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Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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Posted on Nov 20, 2010

SOURCE: Utilitech model 0141224 wall switch

As luck would have it I'm 60, and learned how to program your 0141224 wall switch timer.
You can see instructions with big print and pictures on following page.
Press CTRL key on keyboard and use scroll wheel on mouse to make web print bigger.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-LW60418.html

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You have wired your timer correctly and the lights turn on when you push on-off button.
If lights do not turn on, we need to review the wiring.
Your timer looks like photo below.
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I'm going to parrot back the manual with some extra words.
To start, press the reset button and clear any programming

Programing overview:
Each program has ON time ... and OFF time
So you set program1 ON and then set program1 OFF
When you set program1 ON, you choose the Day, hour and minute you want program1 to turn ON.
And then you set program1 OFF, and choose Day, hour and minute for program1 to turn OFF.
Your ON-OFF times for program1 should be on same days.
For example program1 ON for all-days-of-the-week, but program1 OFF is for TU Tuesday, then timer will not work.
IN this case, program1 OFF should also be set for all-days-of-the-week.
Let's start.

Setting the clock:
Press and hold CLOCK button
Keep holding CLOCK button and press DAY button until display shows current day (MO TU WE TH FR SA SU)
Press Hour button until current hour with am pm displays
Press MIN button until current minute displays.
Release clock button and current day and time show on display
At no other part of instructions do you press and hold one button while pressing other button.

Setting programs:
Press PROG button until "1" and 'ON' show on display
This is program1 ON
Press DAY button to choose which days for program1 ON.
You can choose: all-days-of-the-week and MO TU WE TH FR SA SU show on display
Choose individual days and MO or TU etc shows in display
Choose weekdays MO TU WED TH FR
Weekends SA SU show in display
Next step
Press HOUR button to select hour for program1 ON
Press MIN to select minute for program1 ON

Now program1 ON is ready, next, you will set program1 OFF

Press PROG button until "1" and 'OFF' shows on display
This is program1 OFF
Press DAY button to choose which days for program1 OFF.
( Remember, you want same days for ON and OFF)
Press HOUR button to select hour for program1 OFF
Press MIN to select minute for program1 OFF

Now program1 ON and OFF are ready, next, you will set program2 ON by repeating same steps above.
You can set up to 7 programs.
If you don't want to set program2, or any more programs, that's fine.

To exit programming and save your program, press CLOCK.
Now current time shows in display.

Final step: set MODE
Press MODE button until AUTO shows in display. You want AUTO for programming to operate lights. That's it, timer is ready.
If you're going on vacation, press MODE button until RDM shows in display, and then timer turns lights on-off at random

Copy and save these instructions to your computer so you have them next year.

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

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http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0141224.html

2) Reset timer before programming to delete trace programs from factory testing.
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1) Sounds like you have timer wired correctly.
The wiring is confusing for many people, so it's apparent you're a quality electrician.

2) There are no repairs for defective timer, but timer can be reset using reset button.
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5) If you have 0141224 timer, then open following link for larger print instructions.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-LW60418.html

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It sounds like your have wiring wrong.
No jumper is needed from other switch, all you need are two wires from replaced switch plus a neutral wire.
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From description of problem, it sounds that timer programming is not correct.
Each event needs ON time and OFF time.
If ON time is set.but OFF time is not set, then timer will turn ON and never turn OFF.
ON and OFF times must match days with each other.
Also if programs overlap or conflict, timer will not operate as expected.

I think instructions for both timers say that programs can be reviewed by pressing PROG button.
Re-read manual carefully.
Write out parts of manual that are confusing.

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