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Where is the push segmehnt pins on tm1702 outdoor times

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The segment pins are in the gray ring underneath the timer dial just push down the sections that corespond with the time that you want whatever you have plugged in to be on at.

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Where are the pins on the outdoor mechanical timer "woods #59382

The "pins" are the 48 little tabs that are around the clock dial. That would be 2 in every hour of the 24 hour day.
Push down a pin to start the device that you want to control and pull up the pin at the time you want the device to stop.

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I cannot figure out how to set my outdoor timer to control my Christmas lights. How do I set the pins?

There are 4 basic pins/tabs/segments for timers

Pins move back and forth
Segments lift up
Segments pull out
Segments push down

Each type of pins/segments are located on dial.
Dial rotates as time passes.
The pins/segments contact on-off lever and cause lever to move.
Lever movement opens and closes electrical contacts.
The little plastic parts and motors wear out.

Make sure pins/segments are pushed all the way into place.
Check override switch is clicked to TIMER
Rotate dial until current time lines up with arrowhead marker
To check operation of timer, manually rotate dial to watch lights turn on-off.

Lights must be on.
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Receptacle has power.
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You posted under Woods 59204 outdoor timer.
If this is not your timer, add a comment.

manual for Woods 59204 timer

Rotate dial until current time lines up with arrow.
48 segments (or pins) located around edge of dial > each segment is 1/2 hour
Set ON-off times by pushing pins in or out
Pins pushed out = timer ON
Pins pushed inward = timer OFF
Plug in timer.

Maximum 1250 Watts.
50 mini-bulb strand of Christmas lights is 25 Watts.
Timer will operate 50 strands of 50 mini-bulbs.
Long-winded guide for Christmas light wattage:

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Whwere are the pins to set the tomer on the 59204 model? Thanks

Woods 59204 is a plug-in timer rated for 1250Watts incandescent

The pins are 48 'segments' located around outer edge of dial;
Segments pushed toward center of dial = timer OFF for that 1/2 hour
Segments pushed out = timer ON for that 1/2 hour


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you just push the gray pins in for on and pull them up for off or vice versa (haha i forget)
and to set the time one side is am and the other pm you spin the dial and in the middle is a arrow the arrow indicates the current time. i suggest you plug in a lamp or whatever, set it, and then just spin it around to see when it comes on and off to verify you got it right. then set it to the right time and your done.

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How to install and set timer tm1702

TM1702 is a Woods timer

If link above does not show your timer, then add a comment with description of timer.
I have extensive files on timers and can probably identify the timer.

Instructions according to TM1702 manual are as follows:
Maximum load 500 watts, used for indoor or outdoor
Set current time, rotate dial until current time lines up with black triangle.
Around outer edge of dial are segments.
Pull up all segments for times you want timer OFF
Leave segments down for times you want timer ON
Locate switch on timer.
Push switch toward the 'V' shape that is pointed down.
(Some timers do not have the switch mentioned above)
Plug timer into wall outlet, plug lights into timer.
Lights must be turned on.

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Would like the above question answered. it wasn't

I also forgot how to set the timer. Start with all pins pushed outward. Only push inward toward the center, the pins (time) you want the timer to turn on the item.

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