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Have read the manual. can't figure out how to set this thing to use the timer

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Switch knob to timer, then press button and wait.

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Let's figure it out together. I have one of these timers for testing, and can hook it up if needed. Add a comment as needed.
PLEASE read following material, so we are both saying the same thing.

There are two different options for programming.
7-day programming, and dawn-dusk programming.
You choose one or the other
This might be the point of confusion.

Copy following link for larger print instructions.

DST is daylight savings time, and you can choose to have automatic DST adjustment twice per calendar year, or choose not to have DST

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Open following links to identify timer.
If you have different timer, then add a comment.

I do not see a week button either, and sure enough the Intermatic manual says press the WEEK button to revise ON OFF times. The GE manual says exact same thing. And so does the Woods manual.
I think what the instruction means is this:
To revise programs, press Progam button as many times as needed to arrive at the program you want to change. For example program1 ON or program1 OFF etc.
Then reset the program as shown in step 5 using the Hour button to set Hour, and Minute button to set minutes, and day button to select the days or blocks of days (including all 'week' as one of the choices).

Both timers will not operate?
I test timers and a percentage arrive defective. There is no repair for defect timer. This timer has 1 year warranty.
There is no load rating on this timer, at Intermatic, GE or Woods. Timer is older style and probably rated for 500-800Watts incandescent light bulbs only.
Also test outlet with circuit analyzer to make sure polarity is not issue. This is a polarized timer, and outlet wiring must be correct for electronic timers.
Make sure each program has ON and OFF time. So set program1 ON, and then set program1 OFF. And make sure same days or blocks of days are selected for each.
When setting on and off times, make sure there are no overlaps or conflicts that cause timer not to function correctly.
Another thing is setting timer for 12:00 midnight. It's better to select 11:59pm so the day is clearly understandable to timer.
When reading complex manuals, I write out the steps until things are clear.

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2) Image below show typical FM1 analog timer dial with pins:
Move pins with fingernail or small tool.
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1. To Set Program:

Pull up one tripper

between hour marks

on the 24-hour dial

for each 1/2 hour of

ON time desired. For

example, if timer is to

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PM, all four trippers

between those times
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2. To set time

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clockwise with the

arrow head pointed

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the white area
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Open following link for zilla timer information:

If you have digital timer, the programming is complicated but typical for programmable timers.
Read, and re-read instructions. Write out the parts that are confusing. Read more information on link above.

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I don't have a Woods 59112 Manual
Here's link to Woods 49063 manual aka Woods TD1000 aka Noma TD1000
If manual is same/similar as your manual, then read solution given below
If solution below is incorrect, the write out your instructions ... I found that writing out instructions makes things clear.


I think you have set ON time but did not set corresponding OFF time
Below is whole programming layout for you to read through
The important thing is to look at the display while programming
For example, lets say you are setting ON time for PROG1
For ON time, the display shows 3 things:
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-display shows the number 1 to right of time
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Now you want to set OFF time for PROG1

For OFF, the display shows 3 things:
-display shows PROG as before
-display shows 1 as before
-display has changed and shows the word OFF to right of number 1

Here's how to set Woods TD1000 timer

Plug in timer to see if battery will recharge. Display shows when battery is charged. No display, then timer is no good.

TD-1000 timer has 8 on-off functions per 24-hour day

Timer has 5 buttons + reset:

Set current time
Press and hold TIME > use Hour to set hour, Min to set minute
Release Time button ... correct time should show

Program: Capacity for 8 on-off times per day
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ON and number 1 are displayed on left
Use hour and minute button to set ON time

Press PROG to confirm
Now, OFF and number 1 are displayed
Use hour and min key to set OFF time

Press PROG to confirm

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Choose Manual OFF. Manual ON, Auto ON, Auto Off

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Press HOUR MIN button simultaneously > timer set up one hour
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