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I have set the timer to come on at certain times and it is not, it comes on when it feels like it. I have the date and times all correct.

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The only reliable place (?) to get specific operations and program manuals for your particular product, would be from "customer support" at the "manufacturers" web site or phone number. The "Model", "Serial" and "Product" numbers of your particular thermostat are usually printed on a small piece of paper pasted in its cover somewhere. That said, here are a couple things that seem to be fairly standard. Remove the thermostat from its base plate and remove its battery's. Its best to start with a clean program to eliminate the possibility of having entered something wrong previously that may cause you trouble later. Its also much easier to do all this while sitting at a table and not hunched over at the wall. The battery's are used to store your programming so be sure to put good ones back in before starting. A "SET" button or touch sensitive area on the display screen will normally put a thermostat in its programming mode. With most thermostats, the display will blink to let you know you are programming. While in this mode, use the temperature set arrows ( up and down) to scroll through all the different things that can be set. When you hit one you are looking for, press the left and right arrows to put that function, schedule or time where you need it. Press the up and down arrows to get to the next adjustment, left and right arrows to set. Keep doing this until you have gone through all the various set points. When you think you are all done, Press the "RUN" button to lock it all in and start running all the programs. Be careful of overlapping the times in the schedules. That can keep your system running all the time or maybe even not at all. This may help some or not at all. Thermostats is a deep subject and specific factory information is needed for most of them. I hope this helps though. At least a little anyway. Roger.

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