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Hi ,we brought a Daikin BRC1E62, I set the timer for 2hours after we went to bed , and now when we turn it on ,it switches off after 2 hours . I have gone to disable and set that but it still does it

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SOURCE: need help programing lllwoods model 50000 indoor 24 hour mechanicl timer 2-c

Copy following link to identify timer and download possible manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#50009
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#50006

If you have the digital timer, generally you can toggle DST back-and-forth 1 hour by pushing two buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. And then reverse the setting again by pressing and holding both buttons again.
Open link. Download manual. Look for 'daylight savings time' in manual. Read instructions.
You can unplug timer to make programming changes, since the timer has a carryover feature against power outage.
To restore functionality of a timer that no longer works, press reset button and then reprogram.

The Woods 50000 series are new line of timer introduced just before Christmas 2012.
Woods timers are warranted by Coleman/ Carol Cable/ Canadian tire, and I suspect the timer itself is made by Intermatic.
All these timers have standard 1 year limited warranty against workmanship defects.
I have not seen any complaints about this line of timers here at fixya.
Add comment if you need more help.

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I set the timer for 6 hours, it went on at dusk but it blinks instead of staying on.


Two things can cause problem.
1) defective timer
2) feedback from nearby lights

Make sure timer is turned away from lights so photo-eye doesn't receive feedback.
Feedback is when the photo eye gets too much light, and then timer thinks it's dawn, so lights turn off, and a moment later photo eye thinks it's dusk again and lights turn on again.
Feedback from lights will cause timer to reset the 6 hour countdown.
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If the timer resets because of feedback, it begins the 6 hour countdown again, so the lights will not turn off until much later, or at dawn.

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You posted under Leviton 6124 programmable timer.
If this is not your timer, add a comment
Leviton 6124 manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/6124-manual.pdf

If you have different timer, look at link below to help identify timer.
Leviton Timers:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Leviton-timers.html

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

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Once you arrive at 1/2 hour > make decision if you want timer ON or OFF for that half hour.

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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.

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Each segment represents 30 minutes of 24-hour day.

Timer comes with segments down.
Each segment can be lifted up using small screwdriver under edge of segment.

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So if you want timer to turn on at 7pm and turn off at 11pm, then lift all segments around dial except segments between 7 and 11.

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Dial is divided into two parts > day and night.
Nighttime hours are shown by numbers with dark background >> notice small crescent moon where 12 midnight is located.
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http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0144506.html

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