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HI. the timer control module is defective. you will need to replace this damaged timer control asap. this will correct this issue.

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I can't even set the time! When I push the clock button I can advance the minutes, but then when I push the hour button the display goes off. Same thing happens if I start with changing the day of the...


If timer is not functioning... the battery needs to be changed or installed (if timer has battery, such as ST01, Ei500, EJ500 timers)
Or timer such as Aube or Honeywell or battery-operated timer mentioned above, or other possible timers not mentioned, has been exposed to freezing temperatures, and is not rated for low temperatures.
Or timer is defective.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Programmable.html#st01
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-timers.html

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I need to know what to set my dials/sttings on 1EJE8 Dayton Timer. What I am trying to do is sound an alarm when I hit reset the timer shuts off the alarm for twenty min before resounding


Question is unclear.
Help me break it down.
You want to push a button and sound alarm?
And then you want alarm to sound until you push button again?
And then you want timer to delay 20 minutes before sounding alarm again for an unknown amount of time?
What is the reset?
Add a comment and say what control you have wired to the timer and a clear 1-2-3 sequence of events and times for possible help.
1EJE8 is 10-function timer, and no manual appears on the internet July2011.
Magnecraft has same-similar timer, the 820 series.
Open following link for detailed manual with illustrations.
http://www.serelays.com/library/section5/105A_820_Series.pdf

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I am in need of some advise. I have a pellet stove and need to replace an obselete part, I am wondering what would be the best delay relay timer to use, it will operate an 6rpm/150lb torque auger that goes...


1) Pex supply sell the E502 OFF delay Paragon product: Timing cycle begins when switch is activated, and shuts down at end of timing cycle. 5 seconds to 3 hours
http://www.pexsupply.com/Paragon-E502-Electronic-Off-Delay-Timer-5-sec-to-3-Hrs

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/cycle-timers/timers/electrical/ecatalog/N-8hb

See manuals for Paragon product:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#percentage

2) Tork ACT120 cycle timer (minimum ON is 30 seconds)
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/TORK-Adjustable-Cycle-Timer-4JNH8?Pid=search

http://www.nsi-sales.com/act_series.htm

See ACT manuals:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Tork-timers-and-manuals.html#cycle

3) Intermatic CT1000 cycle timer: cycle durations of 30 seconds to 30 minutes, with on-off durations from 1 minute to 29 minutes.
Click model number to access manual
http://www.intermatic.com/products/timers/mechanical%20time%20switches/percentage%20cycle%20timers.aspx
Drillspot sells indoor/outdoor 120V or 240V CT1000
http://www.drillspot.com/products/1325934/Cycle_Timer_CT1000_Cycle_Timer?s=1

4) Do a google search for 'electronic cycle timer' or 'percentage timer'

5) Timers listed above can be wired to a contactor (or relay) that turns on auger, if that's what project calls for.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Dayton-Off-Delay-Timer.html
Dayton off-delay timers require push-button operation

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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.
Then add a comment with manual web location so we fixyans can sell your manual and manual information to other folks who are wanting a manual to sell to other folks.
Another option: You can pay a fixyan to buy the timer and do the work for you.

My guess is that free is better:

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.

Add a comment for more free help.
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How do I use the sleep timer? when I push the sleep timer button it gives me on time and off time to set. I dont know how to use this. Cant I just set sleep timer for 30 minutes to turn off? Thank you.


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Before going to set the timer, you have to set the current time. Set it according to the manual with you. If the timer function work properly, there must be an uninerrupted power supply also. If the power goes off, the set time will also get resetted, and improper function will occur.
After setting the present time, set the "on" time and "Off" time. The TV will switch on at that time you set, and will switch off automatically after the end time. OK.

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I have several Intermatic Model DT7.It very hard to set hours and minute. I press the buttons and nothing hapens and the just start to go up through the numbers and I can't stop it.


I'm not sure what timer you have.
Programmable timers are made so you press-and-hold the button, and then display goes up through the numbers as you describe.
I test timers, and have not seen the fault you describe. 4-6% of timers arrive defective.
However you have several timers that do the same thing.
If you press the button once, then the first number shows, press button again and next number shows.

If your timer is going up through the number with one push of the button then try resetting timer.
I cannot identify your timer to know what the reset steps are.

Also, many timers you push the + button to go up through the numbers, and push the - button to go down through the numbers > try both buttons since one may be made for individual selection and other for acceleration through all numbers.
If timer operates on 120V, perform circuit analyzer test on the circuit to eliminate electrical as source of problem.
If this is a hard-wire timer, carefully review of wiring.

If you find the specific source of problem, add a comment.

Securitron makes DT7 programmable timer
To see image and identify timer:
http://absupply.net/securitron-dt-7-prime-time-digital-timer-6071.aspx
On-line manual shows on page

Intermatic shows DT300 series has been discontinued by Intermatic:
This timer also sold as Woods 59203 and GE 15091
To see image of timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59203

Intermatic shows DT17 timer:
http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/dt17c%20-%20english.ashx
DT27
http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/dt27c%20-%20self%20adjusting%20-%20english.ashx
DT121

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The Leviton 6230 is a countdown timer with maximum time of 30 minutes.
The other times are 15minutes, 5minutes and 3minutes.
The timer has a manual override.
Push the bottom button and the timer works like a switch.

Leviton also make the 6260 countdown ... with 10-20-30-60minute times.
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Hello, I have model 49556/te158wt and I'm not able to set hour ! could you help me ?


http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49556-TD1300.pdf
Link above is the Woods 49555 manual

If the timer will not program, then it has gone bad.

Plug timer into wall receptacle
Back-up battery will charge in about 1-2 hours > if battery will not charge, then timer is no good
Some digital timers require back-up battery to be fully charged before display will show
Back up battery allows programming while timer is removed from receptacle
After timer is programmed, plug timer back into receptacle

Timer buttons show below

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To set current time:
Depress RST (Reset) button to clear programs
Press-and-hold TIME button to select 12 hour or 24 hour display

Press-and-hold SET button. Mo Monday will flash in display
Push arrow button until current day shows

Press SET button again. Hours will flash
Press arrow buttons until current hour shows (am or pm)

Push SET button again. Minutes will flash.
Press arrow buttons until current minutes show

Programming ON-OFF
Make a schedule so programs don't conflict
You can set up to 20 on-off programs over 7 days
Each program has ON time Day Hours and Minutes
Each program has OFF time Days Hours and Minutes

Press right-arrow > PROG 1 ON flashes

Press SET > choice of day groupings flash
Press arrow button to select days

Press SET > program1 ON times flash
Press arrows to set ON time

Press SET > program1 for Hour

Repeat sequence described above to set MIN
Repeat sequence to set OFF times for program1
Repeat sequence to set Program2 thru Program20

Press TIME button to finish programming

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Try 'end of cycle' pushed down till the light goes off. Or locate the button with diagram of 'lock', & push down till the light goes off.

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