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Remote buttoms non functioning

My remote for my LVC-9006 has the following non functioning buttons arrow button>, pause, timer, any suggestions, besides getting a new remote??

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First of all try to watch the IR LED through a photo camera, while you are pressing the buttons. If you see it pulsating, then there is nothing wrong with your remote.
This is one way to repair your remote:
1- Open it. On the back face you'll see black spots of rubber. Try to clean them gently with a piece of cloth and some isopropylic alcoohol. If you have multimeter try to check the resistance of the spots. It should be less than 100 ohms. If the resistance it is bigger I suggest you to cut small pieces of thin foil (the one use in the cigarettes packs it is excellent). Then put very small amount of super glue on the black spots and above this the thin foil. Use a tweezers. Also you can clean the PCB. Check all the soldering point. Then try it if it works. Goodluck.

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How do you set the clock for a 1061978 oxo timer


This is the only timer model OXO doesn't provide for download on their site. But I also own this timer, and this is what I've learned:

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To set clock:

  1. Press and hold clock/timer button for 3 seconds (clock icon will appear on left side of screen).
  2. Input time using keypad then quickly press clock/timer button to save.

To set timer:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Enter desired time using keypad (to a maximum of 99hrs:99mins:99secs).
  4. Press stop/start to begin countdown.
  5. Pause countdown by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  6. When countdown is complete, timer will beep continuously for 30 seconds and display will flash. Timer will then beep every 10 seconds for 10 minutes until the stop/start button is pressed.
  7. Press clock/timer button to return to clock function.

To time activities:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Press stop/start and plus (+) sign will appear on right side of screen as timer begins counting up.
  4. Pause count-up by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  5. When you're finished timing, press stop/start to end timing function.
  6. Press clock/timer to return to clock function.

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Need manual for oxo #1061978 timer


I own this model also and OXO doesn't offer the manual online. So here's what I've learned to do:


need-manual-oxo-1061978-timer-b1enchklgluxhkaxylqpxcgq-1-0.jpg

To set clock:

  1. Press and hold clock/timer button for 3 seconds (clock icon will appear on left side of screen).
  2. Input time using keypad then quickly press clock/timer button to save.

To set timer:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Enter desired time using keypad (to a maximum of 99hrs:99mins:99secs).
  4. Press stop/start to begin countdown.
  5. Pause countdown by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  6. When countdown is complete, timer will beep continuously for 30 seconds and display will flash. Timer will then beep every 10 seconds for 10 minutes until the stop/start button is pressed.
  7. Press clock/timer button to return to clock function.

To time activities:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Press stop/start and plus (+) sign will appear on right side of screen as timer begins counting up.
  4. Pause count-up by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  5. When you're finished timing, press stop/start to end timing function.
  6. Press clock/timer to return to clock function.

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Instructions for oxo model 1061978


instructions-oxo-model-1061978-b1enchklgluxhkaxylqpxcgq-1-0_0.jpg
To set clock:

  1. Press and hold clock/timer button for 3 seconds (clock icon will appear on left side of screen).
  2. Input time using keypad then quickly press clock/timer button to save.
To set timer:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Enter desired time using keypad (to a maximum of 99hrs:99mins:99secs).
  4. Press stop/start to begin countdown.
  5. Pause countdown by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  6. When countdown is complete, timer will beep continuously for 30 seconds and display will flash. Timer will then beep every 10 seconds for 10 minutes until the stop/start button is pressed.
  7. Press clock/timer button to return to clock function.
To time activities:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Press stop/start and plus (+) sign will appear on right side of screen as timer begins counting up.
  4. Pause count-up by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  5. When you're finished timing, press stop/start to end timing function.
  6. Press clock/timer to return to clock function.

Feb 17, 2013 | Oxo Hardware & Accessories

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The LVC 9006 I bought had no remote and no manual. I ordered the remote, but need the manual. Anyone?


FOLLOW UP LINK:
http://www.2shared.com/file/stuYZBL8/LVC-9006_usermanual_en-us_Engl.html

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I also am having trouble with this timer. I've got the program set for when I want it to go on but can't figure out how to put in the time I want it to stop. I don't understand where the countdown timer...


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Timer has 20 different settings.
UPM site is not available recently, but UPM timers are still being sold.

Operation manual is not very clear how to program ON and OFF times.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/UPM-etw350.pdf

That being said, usually with programmable timers, you program ON time. And then program OFF time.

I do not own this timer so I can't test ETW350 like I've tested other timers.
I think the way this timer works, is program1 is ON.
And program2 is OFF.
Again, manual is not CLEAR about ON and OFF times.

Following instructions assume timer is wired correctly, timer is set for current time, and you want to set 'timer' function and not 'random' function.
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Press arrow buttons until 1 shows in display. This is program1.
Press Set button.
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Select hour for program1 ON using arrow keys.
Press Set button.
Select minute for program1 ON using arrow keys.
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Make a schedule of program times before starting to avoid conflicts.
Try steps above and test fire that timer, and then add a comment.

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Lite on lvc 9006


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http://rapidshare.com/files/119142105/LVC-9016___G9017GDL_Manual_Englsih.zip

The file contains the manual in pdf format. If you don't already have Adobe Acrobat Reader, google it and download it and install it. Good Luck.

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How do i get rid of replace lamp message & reset lamp timer


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1. Make sure the Projector is in "Standby" mode. There will be a red light instead of green
2. Press the Reset button
3. On the "joystick" type button, toggle the left directional arrow
4. On the "joystick" type button, toggle the right directional arrow
5. Press down on the "joystick" button to press Enter.
6. Your lamp hours should now be reset.

Recap: Reset, left arrow, right arrow, Enter, all within 5 seconds.

Good luck!

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