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SOURCE: I have a HB88RC Intermatic 7 day / 7 event timer.

Just program it as noted previously and put the timer in Auto. Set the clock to 1 min BEFORE your earliest timer program is set to come on. When the clock hits the correct time, it will turn on. Then set the clock to the correct time and you're golden.

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Noma 052-8870-6


OUTDOOR DIGITAL BLOCK HEATER TIMER 052-8835-2 Instructions Plug timer into grounded outlet
To Set the Current Time: Press the HOUR button as many times as necessary to advance the display the correct time. Note, the time can only be set in 30 minute intervals. The LED display will display the hour (1-12) and on the half hour a light will illuminate in the upper right corner, next to the number 30. To change from AM to PM toggle 24 times, a dot will illuminate in the lower right corner of the display next to the letters PM.
To Program the Timer: Press the PROGRAM button once, the letter P will flash. Press the HOUR button to set the ON time. Press the HOUR button to set the ON time. Press the PROGRAM button again, the letter E will flash. Press the HOUR button to set the OFF time. Press the PROGRAM button to exit program setting mode. Press the HOUR button to review the ON/OFF setting.
To Connect/Operate the Timer: Plug device in to the timer and turn the device on.
To Revise the ON/OFF Setting: Unplug the timer and plug it back in. Repeat the programming steps above.
To Override the Timer: Press the PROGRAM button if you want the device to turn on before the preset time, but note the device will turn off at the preset time. For example, if the preset ON/OFF period is 3 pm - 4 pm, users can manually press PROGRAM to turn the device on at 2 PM, the timer will keep running until the preset off time at 4 pm.
Suitable for use with outdoor appliances. Raintight when mounted vertically with the receptacle facing downward. Use a three-conductor GFCI protected outlet. Do not immerse in water. DO NOT EXCEED RATED CAPACITY. Not for permanent installation. Do not install or use this product for more than a 90-day period per year.

Dec 02, 2013 | Hardware & Accessories

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Problem programming timer settings. Is it supposed to be random or continuous?


1) Copy following link to identify timer and download possible manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#50006



2) How to set analog timers by experimenting with features:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html



3) 50001 timer is not random vacation timer like the 50003.
50000 series timers by Woods have 1 year limited warranty, and they are a new design released this year. However the analog timer design has been around for many years.


4) If timer is acting randomly, then
a) timer is defective,
b) the override switch is not fully positioned at 'timer on,'
c) segments are not lifted fully in position,


5) ... other more remote causes: outlet might not test 80% rated voltage?, outlet might have reversed polarity?


5) Try timer on different outlet with different light.


6) As the timer dial rotates, the segments push small lever, and the lever moves switch that turns lights on-off. I suppose if this lever was broken or switch was broken, then timer would act more randomly.

Dec 06, 2012 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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The auto mode isn't working on my zilla digital 24-7 power center, when on auto mode no lights come on?


Copy following link to identify timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#zilla
Is this a new timer??? Or old timer that stopped working?
Replace battery.
Press reset button to clear all memory traces before programming.
Check programming for overlaps and mismatched day(s) of operation.
Test outlet for correct polarity and grounding using circuit analyzer.
Make sure light bulb is turned ON. Timers do not reach out and rotate on-off switch.
Make sure outlet has at least 80% rated voltage shown on load label. For example 115 volts x 80% = 92 volts

About your specific programming needs:
Zilla selects 12 o'clock as changeover time between am-pm.
So if you want 8:02 to 7:59 operation, then that is under the 12 hours, but it crosses the 12 o'clock am-pm changeover.
Workaround: Shorten your times to less than 12 hours just like you have done.
But set current time differently so 8-8 falls under either am or pm, but does not cross am-pm. The timer does not actually know what the current time is, so simply fudge by amount needed.

Nov 18, 2012 | RTO Zilla 24/7 Digital Timer Power Center

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After I set my #055671 2-outlet timer to my turn on and turn off times, I cannot get the my lamp to turn on automatically. What setting should the timer be set on ?? Auto off, Auto on? or what?


There is no repair for defective timer.

I suggest setting timer programs, and then press clock button and timer returns to current time.
At this point the timer is operational, and then do not mess with manual override button.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0155671.html

Correct setting is either AUTO ON -or- AUTO OFF setting.
Auto ON, means lamp turns ON immediately and programming resumes at next set point.
Auto OFF, means lamp turns OFF immediately and programming resumes at next set point.
So you have to wait for time to arrive at set point to see if timer is working.

Troubleshoot from link above:
Check that correct time is set.
Check programming for conflicts and overlaps.
For example ON 8:00 pm Tuesday and OFF 10:00 pm All-days-of-week will cause timer not to operate as expected.
Test outlet with cheap circuit analyzer to ensure that electrical problems are not causing problem.

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Aug 29, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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I have GE Model #15089 digital timer. I want to reset time to come on to 7:30 pm and turn off at 10:30 pm. It was previously coming on at 6:00 pm and off at 10:30 pm and working fine but when I tried...


The problem with answering questions where somebody cannot program a timer, or programming stopped working, is that expert doesn't know if timer is defective, or needs to be reset, or timer has conflicting programming, or if person has mis-read the instruction manual, or if wrong button sequence is being used, or if internal battery has gone bad, or if circuit has interference or loose wiring, or if light bulb burned out, and however expert guesses, the person asking question is unhappy because the timer still doesn't work and/or the manual still doesn't make sense.

I work with timers every day and suggest the following steps to get started:
Reset timer and try setting program again.
Write out steps in manual at point where timer doesn't seem to work.
Double-check that you are pushing correct buttons all the way down.
Make sure same days of operation are selected for ON and for OFF. For example if ON is set for all days, and OFF is set for Tuesday, then timer will not work as expected.
Reset timer and make sure there are no conflicting or overlapping programs, or timer will not work as expected.
Test outlet with cheap circuit analyzer from home center, try timer on different outlet, try timer on different Load, check that Load works when plugged into outlet without the timer.
Save some headaches listed above, and buy another 15089 at Home Depot and return defective one in new package.

http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15079
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#troubleshoot

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Apr 25, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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How do i change the time


The time and date are programmed through system programming. A 4015 phone cannot do this programming. A 4150 phone setup as a subattendant phone with the "attendant setup time/date" class of service option enabled for the 4150's class of service can change the system time and date. This is accessed through the LCD touch screen keys of the 4150. Scroll through the options in the screen until you find set time /date.
Also an attendant console with the "attendant setup time/date" class of service option enabled for its class of service can change the time and date. Press the function button then choose attendant function.
Choose set time. Enter the time in four digits as in 0800 for 8:00. Choose PM if needed. Choose set.
Choose exit to finish.

Dec 13, 2010 | Mitel Superset 4015 Corded Phone

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We have a honeywell cm921 and we cant set the therm astat to come on in the mornijng and then go off then come on again in the afternoon on timer please can you help


Your CM921 has 6 built in temperature settings based on time of day:

1 - 6:30 AM
2 - 8:00 AM
3 - 12:00 PM
4 - 2:00 PM
5 - 4:00 PM
6 - 10:30 PM

meaning that at 6:30 AM the themostat will change its temperature setting to setting 1, at 8:00 AM it will change the temperature setting to setting 2, and so on. To schedule temperature settings which best fit you, determine which time periods you would like more or less heat.

For instance, to fit what you requested in your question you could program a temperature you would like to maintain in the morning and afternoon times when you would like it to be on, and in the time periods in between set a lower temperature as follows:

1 - 20C
2 - 16C
3 - 16C
4 - 20C
5 - 20C
6 - 16C

With this example your thermostat would turn on at 6:30 AM as long as the temperature was below 20C and maintain that temperature until 8:00 AM. At 8 it would change its setting to 16C allowing temperature to drop from 8 AM to 2 PM to a lower setting to conserve energy until afternoon time when the setting would change back to 20C from 2 PM to 10:30 and then change back to 16C to save energy throughout the night. The actual temperatures would be at your discretion based on your individual comfort level.

Pages 5 and 6 of the following link will guide you in setting each of the 6 temperature settings.

http://www.wolseleysbc.co.uk/_STEPData/Assets/Honeywell%20CM921%20Room%20Thermostat.pdf

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any additional questions.

Dec 10, 2010 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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I have a one outlet utilitech timer and forgot how to set it ....help


Utilitec makes 2 different plug-in timers.
Utilitec 0155671 is about size of baseball and has 5 buttons and two outlets. Programming is shown on link below.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0155671.html

Utilitec 0144506 timer is small and rectangular with 5 buttons and slide switch located on top of timer. This timer can turn lights on-off once a day and has 1 outlet. 0144506 Instructions are given in steps shown below.
Also see:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0144506.html

Steps:
-Plug timer into wall for 1 hour until rechargeable battery is charged and display shows.
-If battery will not charge, then check electricity to wall outlet, if electricity is good and battery will not charge, then timer is no good.
-Lamp has to be turned on for timer to work. Check bulb if timer stops working.

-Unplug timer to set program.
-Press reset button with paper clip to remove any programming.

-Slide switch on top of timer to 'Timer'
1) Set current time
Hold down Time button
Press HOUR until current hour am-pm shows in display.
Hold down Time button
Press MIN button until current minute shows
Since this is a one-day repeat timer, no day program is available.

2) Program ON > this is when you want lamp to turn ON
Hold down ON button.
Press HOUR until ON hour with am-pm displays.
Hold down ON button.
Press MIN until ON minute displays.

2) Program OFF > this is when you want lamp to turn OFF
Hold down OFF button.
Press HOUR until OFF hour with am-pm displays.
Hold down OFF button.
Press MIN until OFF minute displays.

3) Set timer to operate
Make sure slide-switch on top of timer is set to 'Timer' to run program
Plug lamp into timer, and then plug timer into wall outlet
For manual override, move slide-switch to 'On' and light will stay ON

Nov 27, 2010 | Day-Timer Hardware & Accessories

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ZILLA POWER CENTER


The yellow outlets are controlled for 12 hours, and you can determine when those hours occur when setting current time.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#zilla

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Feb 21, 2010 | Coralife Zilla Aqualight Power Center

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Recently bought a Garmin 205 and was told that there is a free update I am unable to do this please can you help


There are two types of updates for Garmin GPS units; firmware and maps. "Firmware" updates are always free and can performed by downloading the webupdater program from:

http://www8.garmin.com/products/webupdater/howtoinstall.jsp

The site above provides a Webupdater download link and complete, easy to follow instructions. Connect the GPS to your computer & run the Webupdater program from time to time to make sure you have the latest firmware running in you GPS at all times.

Map updates however, usually require a fee be paid to access. If you purchase a GPS within a certain period of time from when a new map set is released, you'll often be allowed a "one time" free update. After that, you'll have to purchase map sets one at a time (at intervals of your choosing) or, purchase a "lifetime" map set subscription. Maps are updated up to 4 times a year, and a subscription allows downloading up to 4 map sets a year. The subscription is slightly more costly than a one time purchase, and for most people, is a much more cost effective method.

Contact Garmin Support first to find out more about map set availability and compatible maps for your GPS, below:

North America - Consumer Products (for all Garmin products except Apollo aircraft)
Monday - Thursday: 8 AM - 6 PM, Friday 8 AM - 5 PM Central Time (closed holidays)
US: 913-397-8200
US Toll Free: 1-800-800-1020
Canada: 1-866-429-9296
E-mail Product Support

Europe - Consumer Products (for all Garmin products except Apollo Databases)
Austria For all Garmin products except Aviation.
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 17:00 PM (GMT/UTC +2)
Phone: 43 (0) 3133 3181 0
Website
Belgium For all Garmin products except Aviation.
Friday: 9:00 AM – 15:00 PM (GMT/UTC +2)
Phone: 00 32 2672 5254
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Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 17:00 PM Central European Time (GMT/UTC +1)
Phone: 00 45 4810 5050
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Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 16:00 PM (GMT/UTC +3)
Phone: 00 358 19 311 001
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Friday: 9:00 AM – 17:00 PM Central European Time (GMT/UTC +1)
Phone: 00 33 1 5517 81 89
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Germany For all Garmin products except Aviation.
Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 17:00 PM Central European Time (UTC/GMT +1)
Phone: 00 49 898 58364 880
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Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 13:00 PM / 14:00 PM – 15:30 PM (GMT/UTC +1)
Phone: 00 39 02 3669 9699
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Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 13:30 p.m / 14:30 PM - 18:00 PM Central European Time (GMT/UTC +1)
Phone: 00 34 934 972 373
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Sweden For all Garmin products except Aviation.
Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 17:00 PM (GMT/UTC +2)
Phone: 00 46 7744 52020
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Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 17:30 PM Western European Time (GMT/UTC)
Phone: 00 44 808 238 0000
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I hope this helps!

Oct 20, 2009 | Garmin nuvi 205W GPS Receiver

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