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How do you set the day for the R673C digital timer?

I can the the time to turn on and the length of time it stays on but chose the days.

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The manual is on this page http://www.raindrip.com/information/catalogs-and-manuals

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My clock does not work on my stove


Hi Jason. Have you performed the following actions?
Electronic Timing Center (Analog Clock w/Digital Display)
Synchronizing the analog and digital clocks
1. Press the "timer" and "start time" buttons simultaneously.
2. Turn the set knob to move the hands on the analog clock to any time setting.
3. After five seconds the display will go blank. Press the timer button and using the set knob, set the digital time to the exact time on the analog clock. This will synchronize the two clocks. You can now set the time of day.
Setting the Time-of-Day
The time-of-day must be set before any other program can be used. When your oven is first connected to the power in your home, the digital display will show 00:00. To program the time-of-day:
1. Push and hold the "timer" and "bake hours" button at the same time.
2. Turn the "Set" knob until correct time is displayed on the digital clock.
3. Release "timer" and "bake hours" button
The analog clock will automatically set after the digital time is set

Let me know so that I may follow up if need be.

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User's guide for kambrook electronic timer kd94


Could not find a free guide, but e-how lists the basic instructions.
Instructions
    • 1 Set the day and time on the timer. Press and hold "Clock." While holding the "Clock" button, press "Day" to scroll through the days of the week and select the correct one. Press the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the correct time. Release "Clock" when you are finished.
    • 2 Press "Prog" set the "On" time for the switch. The word "On" and the number "1" will appear on the left side of the display.
    • 3 Press "Day" to choose an individual day or a block of days. Choosing an individual day means that this specific program will only activate on that day; choosing a block of days means that the program will be active on each day in the chosen block.
    • 4 Set the time that you want the timer to switch on by using the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the appropriate time. Press "Prog" when you are done to complete your entry of the "On" time.
    • 5 Select the "Off" time for your timer by using the "Day," "Hours" and "Min" buttons to choose when you want the timer to switch off. Press "Prog" again to save this entry. Repeat steps two through six to set additional timers.
    • 6 Press "Day" and "Hours" to activate the random timer mode. An "R" will appear on the LCD screen, indicating that the timer is in Random mode. This will cause your timer to switch on and off at different times, following no set pattern.
    • 7 Press the button that looks like a hand with the index finger extended to perform a manual override. The display will show you whether it is in Manual or Auto mode, and whether it is turned on or off. "Manual On" means that the time is switched permanently on while "Manual Off" indicates that the timer is turned off. "Auto Off" activates the program that you have set, while "Auto On" turns the time on until the next schedule "Off" time, after which it continues to follow your programmed times.
    • 8 Press "Clock" and "Prog" at the same time to use the countdown feature. Use the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the length of the countdown, and press "Manual" to start.
    • 9 To reset the entire unit and clear all programmed times, use the end of a paper clip or a ball-point pen to press the "Reset" button, located above the "Manual" button.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_5565934_program-kambrook-timer-switch.html How to Program Kambrook Timer Switch eHow

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I have a double pol 208 dgm100 and i conect whith contactor and i cant able to program please can you help


Tork digital timers and manuals appears on following link
http://waterheatertimer.org/Tork-Digital-timers-and-manuals.html#DGM

DGM100 programming manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/TORK.DGM100.INSTALL&OP.pdf

DGM100 is single channel timer, so timer operates all Loads at same time.
In other words, if you have 2 different contactors, the timer cannot set different schedules for each.

7-day programming
32 set points

Programming buttons:
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1) When powering up the unit, model number 100P appears on screen.
LCD displays 12H which is an automatic (AM/PM) format.

Press ENTER to keep 12hour am pm -or- press HOUR to change to military time, and then press ENTER

2) Unit is in RUN mode and time displays.

3) Set current time:
Press DAY/Month key to select current Day.
Press HOUR key to set current hour (with AM/PM).
Press MIN key to set current minutes.
Press ENTER key to confirm.
Unit now stores present time. Seconds are set to zero.

4) Daylight savings time (DST) automatically adjusts for daylight savings time, if you choose this option.
In step 3 you set current time, but you did not set the Month and date.
YES DST: If you want DST then follow step 5 and enter Month and date.
NO DST: If you don't want DST, then skip Month and date, and move forward to step 6

5) Set month and date.
Press MODE until DATE displays
Press Month button to set current month
Press Date button to set current date
Press ENTER to confirm

6) Set programs
Press MODE key until SET displays

Display shows --:-- 01 which is program1
-Press DAY/MONTH key to set day(s) you want program1 to turn ON
Following are choices that display on screen:
MO to FR (MO, TU, WE, TH, FR)
SA and SU (SA, SU only)
MO to SA (MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA)
SU to SA (SU, MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA)
Individual days: SU, MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA, and D
for Special Day (usually a holiday).
-Press HOUR key to set hour {check AM/PM} you want program1 to turn ON.
-Press MIN key to set minutes you want program1 to turn ON.
-Press ON/OFF button to select ON, and then program1 will turn ON at your set schedule.
Press ENTER to confirm setting.

Display now shows --:-- 02 which is Program2
-Press DAY/MONTH key to set day(s) you want program2 to turn OFF
Choose same days you chose for Program1 ON so timer does not have conflicting programs.
-Press HOUR key to set hour {check AM/PM} you want program2 to turn OFF
-Press MIN key to set minutes you want program2 to turn OFF
-Press ON/OFF button to select OFF, and then program2 will turn OFF at your set schedule.
Press ENTER to confirm setting.

Continue setting up to 32 different programs.
When finished programming, press MODE button until RUN appears

Manual shows more programming options such as override, reviewing programs, setting special days.

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How do I program Woods digital timer 59203?


Link shows all Woods timers and manuals
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html
If instructions below do not match your timer, look through timers on Woods page to identify, and then add a comment.

Manual for 59203
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59203.pdf

Instructions below are for Woods 59203 & GE 59203 plug-in programmable timer with 2-prong polarized outlet:
Plug timer in until battery is charged.
If display will not show, then timer battery needs to be recharged, or timer may be busted, or electric circuit is tripped off, or electric circuit heeds to be tested with circuit analyzer.

Set current time:
Press and hold CLOCK button.
Press HOUR and MINUTE to set correct time with am and pm.
Press Day button to set current day.
Release clock button.

Program timer:
Press PROGRAM button until "1 ON" displays. This is program1 ON.
Press MINUTE and HOUR buttons to set ON time for program1
Press DAY button to choose day or group of days for program1 ON

Press PROGRAM button until "1 OFF" displays. This is program1 OFF
Press MINUTE and HOUR buttons to set OFF time for program1
Press DAY button to choose day or group of days for program1 OFF

Press PROGRAM button until "2 ON" displays. This is program2 ON.
Repeat steps above to set ON and OFF time for 5 programs.

When programming is completed, press CLOCK button to exit programming.
Press ON/AUTO/OFF button until Auto displays.

Make sure lamp is turned on.
Make sure bulb is good.

Dec 11, 2010 | Woods Indoor 24 Hour Digital Timer (59203)

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How to program #49556 te158wta my add: gd659@cgocable.ca


Woods 49556 / TD1300 manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49556-TD1300.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

How to program timer.
Plug timer in until rechargeable battery is charged and display shows.
Unplug timer to program

Set current time.
Hold in reset button for two seconds to clear memory
Press and hold TIME button to select 24 hours so there is no problem. Release Time button.

Press and hold SET button.
MO is flashing, and represents MOnday. TU for TUesday. WE TH FI SA SU
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current day displays.
Release SET button.

Press and hold SET button again, and Hours will flash
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current hour displays.
Release SET button.

Press and hold SET button again, and Minutes will flash
Continue holding down SET button, and press ? ? until current minute displays.
Release SET button.

Press SET button again and current time and day will display.

Programing overview:
Set up to 20 on-off programs.
You can select individual days, or groups of days, or all days of the week
For example MO-SU is all days of the week
For each ON time, you also must set OFF time.
So program1 ON is set, then program1 OFF is set
Each ON is set for day, hour and minute
Each OFF is set for day, hour and minute (select same days for OFF and that you chose for ON)
For example if you want timer to turn ON all days MO-SU, make sure OFF time is also set for all days MO-SU.

Program the timer:
Set ON
Press arrow? until display shows PROG 1 ON
This is program1 ON.
Press SET button, but do not press and hold set button as you did when setting current time.
The days for program1 ON will be flashing on display.
Press ? ? to select day, or groups of days that you want for program1 ON.

Press SET button again, and program1 ON hour will start flashing
Press ? ? to select hour that you want for program1 ON.

Press SET button again, and program1 ON minute will start flashing
Press ? ? to select minute that you want for program1 ON.

program1 ON is set, next you must set program1 OFF

OFF
Press arrow? until display shows PROG 1 OFF
This is program1 OFF.
Press SET button, but do not press and hold set button as you did when setting current time.
The days for program1 OFF will be flashing on display.
Press ? ? to select day, or groups of days that you want for program1 OFF.

Press SET button again, and program1 OFF hour will start flashing
Press ? ? to select hour that you want for program1 OFF.

Press SET button again, and program1 OFF minute will start flashing
Press ? ? to select minute that you want for program1 OFF.

program1 ON and OFF are set, next you will set program2 ON by repeating steps above.

If you do not want to set more programs, that is fine.
Timer lets you set up to 20 programs.

Finish programming: when program ON-OFFs are set, press TIME button and current time displays.

Last step:
Push manual override button until AUTO is displayed. This will let timer turn lights on and off.
Plug lamp into timer.
Lamp must be turned ON.
Plug timer into wall.

Dec 04, 2010 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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I cant figure out how to set it.


http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59203.pdf

The manual has step by step instructions.
Plug timer into wall to recharge battery.
If battery will not charge, the timer is no good.

Press reset to clear memory.
Select am/pm format by holding clock button.
Set current time by holding clock button down while pressing hour, and then minute and then day

To program timer:
Press program button once and program1 ON displays
Press minute button to set program1ON minutes
Press hour to set program1ON hour
Press days to choose the day or group of days for program1 ON

Press program button again and program1 OFF displays
Press minute to set program1OFF minutes
Press hour to set program1 OFF hour
Press days to choose same days for OFF that you chose for ON

Press program button and program2 ON displays
etc.

To exit programming, press clock

A conflict in programming will cause timer not to work as expected
Make a schedule before programming to avoid program conflicts

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Utilitech self-adjusting wall timer 0192773. I hooked up the timer (4 wires). The automatic modes does not work and will not turn on and off the lights on set times. All it will do is turn lights on and...


http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0192773.html

I have been testing the 0192773, and other timers, for wire and program difficulties.
Good news: your timer is wired correctly. This timer will not operated lights with incorrect wiring.

programming steps are long, but same as other programmable timers.
The 0192773 is a 7-day or sunrise/sunset timer

1) Most programmable timers will not 'work as expected' if there is a conflict in programming.
They suggest you make a schedule of times before programming

2) One of the things this timer offers are individual days -or- groups of days > for example weekend only -or- weekdays only -or- all days of week -plus- individual days. For me, it was a bit confusing keeping that straight while programming

3) Each Program has ON time and OFF time
So Program1 ON has to be set same days as Program1 OFF

4) The other difficulty was how fast the display shifted back to current time when I was programming. If I looked at the instructions for a moment, my display would change before I could catch up. So it's possible that an ON or OFF time could be missed easily.

5) Finally, if you are using the timer as a sunrise/sunset, you need to enter Sunrise or Sunset with program1 ON and program1 OFF

I think the problem is in your programs:
You can use paperclip and hold in reset button for a few seconds and start over
Or
You can press PROG button and and re-check and re-set each program.

By the way, when setting current time, I noticed the timer let you chose a year up to the year 2099. I thought that was an optimistic outlook for both operator and timer.

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Having Difficulty programing Woods Brand electrical timer !


How to program Woods 59377
Timer has rechargeable battery.
Plug timer into wall to charge battery to see LCD display.
Download Woods manuals
59377 manual

Up to 8 ON/OFF programs per day >> program 1 program 2 ... program 8
Choice of individual days, or blocks of days

Image shows buttons:

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Set time of day:
Hold down CLOCK until settings are made
Use DAY button to choose MO - TU etc
HOUR button to set current hour
MIN button to set current minute
Release Clock button and time is set

Program preview
> First I suggest you write out your schedule to avoid conflicts in programming
Manual says:
>For each ON time, you set DAY HOUR and MIN
>For each OFF time, you set DAY HOUR MIN
>Manual shows blocks of days to choose from > for example TH FR SA is one choice; MO WE FR is another choice ,,, 9 possible blocks of days to choose from

Looking at display is critical for programming timer
Look for the number 1 or 2 or 3 etc located on left of display > each program has a number
Look for the word ON that indicates you are setting ON time for program 1 or program 2
Look for word OFF that indicates you are setting OFF time for program 1 or program 2

Program timer
Press PROG once and look at screen ... you will see '1' and 'ON' in tiny letters
Do not hold down PROG button
Press DAY to choose block of day for program 1
Press HOUR to choose ON hour for program 1
Press MIN to choose ON minute for program 1

Press PROG button once to finalize ON time for program 1

Before pressing any more buttons, look at the screen >>> screen shows '1' and 'OFF' in tiny letters
So you are ready to set OFF times for program 1
Press DAY >>look at your written schedule to make sure the correct block of days is chosen >> if you chose ON for TH FRI SAT, do you want OFF on same block of days?
Press Hour
Press MIN

Press PROG to confirm OFF time
Before pressing any button, look at screen and '2' and 'ON' show on screen

Press PROG to advance to program 3 through program 8

Press ON/Off button to exit programming

Other features
Daylight savings time: Press HOUR & MIN simultaneously and clock springs forward 1 hour ... press again and clock falls back 1 hour
Look for S in display to see if timer set for S summertime

Press reset to clear all programming

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How do I program a Micronta programmable timer--I set the time to have it go on, but how do I set it to go off?


LCD Programmable Timer (630-0892) Operation Faxback Doc. # 17153 Setting The Time and Day Follow these steps to set the current time and day. 1. Slide RUN/PROG/TIME SET to TIME SET. 2. Press HOUR to set the hour digits. Pressing and holding down HOUR rapid- ly advances the hour digits. NOTE: P appears to the left of the hour digits to indicate P.M. hours. 3. Press MIN (minute) to set the minutes digits. Pressing and holding down MIN rapidly advances the minute digits. 4. Press DAY until the correct day abbreviation appears. 5. Slide the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to RUN. The colon flashes to show the clock is running. NOTE: Keep this switch set to RUN to prevent accidentally changing the time. Setting The Timer The timer has 14 settings (1-14). Odd numbered settings specify a time to turn on the appliance and even numbered settings specify a time to turn off the appliance. Follow these steps to set your timer. 1. Slide the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to PROG. The display shows the first setting. If you have not entered any setting, the display appears as shown in the illustration. 2. Press Event to select a setting to enter or change. 3. Press Hour to set the HOUR digits and press MIN to set minute digits to the correct time. NOTE: Be sure P appears to the left of the hour digits when you want to set a P.M. hour. 4. Press Day to select the day of the week for this setting. If you want the setting to apply to every day of the week, repeatedly press DAY until all day indicators appear on the display. 5. When you finish entering the setting, press EVENT. The timer advances to the next setting. 6. Repeat Steps 3 through 5 to enter additional settings. NOTES: Be sure to set the timer to turn off the appliance. The appli- ance remains on as long as there is power if you do not set a time for the appliance to turn off. To replace an existing event, select its setting number and set the new event time. To clear an event, select its setting number and press CLEAR twice. Be sure to clear both the on time and the off time for an event. If you set the timer to turn on the appliance every day, be sure to also set the timer to turn off the appliance every day. 7. Set the RUN/PROG/TIME SET switch to RUN. NOTE: You must set this switch to RUN to turn on or off the appliance either automatically or manually. When the timer automatically turns on the appliance, ON appears on the display and the indicator lights red. When the appliance turns off, the indicator turns off. Reviewing The Settings To review the settings in your timer, set RUN/PROG/TIME SET to PROG. Setting 1 appears on the display. Repeatedly press EVENT to view the other settings. NOTE: To determine event being programmed, pull the power for a period of 5 minutes. Then re-power the unit. The first event will be "ON" and the next will be "OFF", etc. There will be a number to the side of the display that tells you which event you are programming, The even numbers are "OFF" and the odd numbers are "ON" events. (EB 3/17/97) (EB 7/16/97)

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done.

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