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There is a red blinking clock, I'm assuming it's a timer. How do I turn it off?

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Go into the menus and set the clock.

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Blinking red clock nikon camera


You need to set the date and time. See page 47 in the reference section of the manual: http://cdn-10.nikon-cdn.com/pdf/manuals/coolpix/L810RM_CH(11)03.pdf

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The old timer that was there quit working tryed to put a new woods one in but cant get it to work help


The following wiring diagram works for Woods, GE, Hagar, Leviton, Sylight, Utilitec, some Intermatic in-wall timers.
It does not apply to Aube timers or Intermatic battery-operated timers.

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If the wires are not connected correctly, the timer will not operate as expected.
Click the manual override and see what happens.
If the lights do not turn ON with the manual override, then the wiring is suspect.
If the lights blink, then you have put the red and white wires together.
If the lights turn ON, but timer clock is not working, it is possible you have the black and red wires reversed.
If the white wire is not connected correctly, the clock mechanism will not operate.

Review the wiring.
Black-timer wire goes to black-hot-wire from breaker
Red-timer wire goes to black-wire going to Load (lights)
White-timer wire connects to the Neutral wires that are usually twisted together and covered with a wire nut.
IF your box does not contain those white wires, then you can work-around by connecting white wire to bare ground wire.

Nov 02, 2010 | Woods 59028 Programmable Timer Switch...

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I bought Utilitech #0141224 7 day digital in wall timer. I have just 2 wires at the junction box both of which are painted over but assume one could be black and other white. The 7 day digital timer...


If your box contains 2 and only 2 wires, then the Utilitec timer will not work.
You need the Intermatic ST01C or EJ500 timers that operate with a battery.

I have tested the Intermatic and Utilitec timers:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-0141224.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/ST01C-program.html#wire
Do not connect white and red wires together on any timer, but thank you for solving the problem why lights blink when connecting timers.

Now lets look at your wires.
Scrape paint off the wires so you can identify white and black.
According to your information, the black wire inside box will connect to timer-black wire.
The red wire always goes to Load (your light, fan, motor)
The white wire is necessary to complete a circuit so the clock inside timer will operate.
The timer has a clock just like your alarm clock, and it needs to connect back to neutral busbar in breaker box.
This is why the battery-operated timers will work with two wires, the clock runs on battery.
The Utilitec timer-white wire is the wire that goes to Neutral
The timer-white wire is supposed to connect to the other white wires that are twisted together and covered with a wire nut ... but some boxes do not have this neutral wire
To work-around, the timer-white wire can also connect to a bare ground wire.
The bare ground wire also connects to Neutral busbar in breaker box

If you do not have a neutral or ground wire as described above, then you need the battery-powered ST01C or EJ500 Intermatic timers.
See if you can pull some more of the wire into your box ... there might be a ground wire that was cut off and pulling more wire might reveal a ground wire. This will salvage the project.
Aplus is one of many places that sell the Intermatic timer
http://www.aplussupply.com/intermatic/timer.htm

For more about electric wiring:
http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/B220C.html

Oct 23, 2010 | Intermatic Inc. ST01C Digital In-Wall...

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Im installing a TORK 1103.. Im hooking this timer up to 4 outlets.. I have a black, a white, a red and a copper wire.. my problem is I have to turn the timer on and off manually.. The clock is not...


Tork 1103 is mechanical timer with 125V 3 watt clock motor
Dial on front face rotates when clock has voltage
Dark and light colored pins connected to dial, and turn timer on and off
There is removable brass bar that connects poles L and 1

You have 4 wires:
Red >>> I'm not sure about this wire, is this Hot wire coming from tandem breaker?
Black >>> this is Hot wire coming from tandem breaker
White >>> this is Neutral wire
Bare ground

Test wires:
Please test Black and Red to bare ground to see if these are both Hot
Test Hots to white to confirm this is Neutral
Solution ASSUMES black and red are both Hot, and white is Neutral

You have 2 problems:
Prob 1) Clock does not rotate dial: so clock is bad -or- clock not wired correctly
Prob 2) You are able to control 4 plugs using manual override, which means load wires are correct
However, you want to wire timer 'without red wire' (which is confusing, since red wires are connected to outlets)

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Solution Prob 1:
1) The diagram show the N or Neutral wire is connected to Unmarked pole on timer
2) Black Hot has to be connected to pole L
3) Unmarked pole and pole L must be wired with 120V as shown before dial will rotate
4) If wiring is correct and dial does not rotate, then clock motor is bad
5) If dial rotates, check outer rim of dial to see if you have dark and light pins for on-off functions
6) Notice that all the Neutrals connect on Unmarked pole

Solution Prob2:
Are you saying that the household wiring extends beyond the 4 plugs, so when you turn off the 4 plugs, it also turns off more plugs and switches farther down the line? If so, you need to wire plugs with separate hot wire.
Let me review features on timer which might help:
1) There is removable brass bar between poles L and 1
2) If brass bar is removed, then you need Hot wires on both L and 1... but you can jumper between L and 1 with short black wire
3) If brass bar is there, then one Hot connected to either L or 1 will power both clock and load.
4) Timer is DPST double pole single throw ... so you can control 2 different loads ... one load connects to Unmarked pole and pole X ... another load connects to Unmarked pole and pole 2

If brass bar is removed:
Jumper between poles L and 1 ... so only one Hot wire is used on your timer.

Below shows jumper on poles L & 1: hot to load is on pole 2

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Oct 06, 2010 | TORK Variable Cycling Timer 8601

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Wiring program timer switch model t1905 intermatic


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http://www.intermatic.com/products/timers/mechanical%20time%20switches/24%20hour%20dial%20with%20skipper.aspx
T1905 has 4 screws: NO normally open > NC normally closed > COM > Clock
NO screw is on left
NC screw is 2nd from left
COM is 2nd from right
Clock is on right

A) How to wire t1905 for 125V
You will have four wires >> a Black and White from breaker box; and a Black and White to load

1) Black hot wire from breaker connects to COM
2) White neutral wire from breaker box connects to Clock
3) White neutral wire to load connects to Clock
4) Black wire to load connects to NO -or- NC screw [one of these screws will have no wire attached]
NO turns 'off' with times set on timer
NC screw turns 'on' with times set on timer
If you want your load to turn 'on' when timer clicks 'on' then connect Black wire to NC screw

B) How to wire t1905 for 240V
You will have four wires >> 2 hot wires from breaker box; and 2 hot wires to load. These wires might be Black and White or Black and Red



1) Black hot wire from breaker connects to COM
2) Red or White hot wire from breaker box connects to Clock
3) Red or White hot wire to load connects to Clock

4) Black hot wire to load connects to NO -or- NC screw [one of these screws will have no wire attached]

NO turns 'off' with times set on timer
NC screw turns 'on' with times set on timer
If you want your load to turn 'on' when timer clicks 'on' then connect black wire to NC screw

Sep 10, 2010 | Intermatic Timer T1905 24 Hour Dial 120V...

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I bought a house with a Night Sentry Solid State Timer model # EJ341 and have no instructions on setting or programming the unit.


rapid Programming.
1. Move control lever to OFFCLEAR for at least 5 seconds
• red indicator light goes off
• all time settings are
erased.
2. Move control lever to ON.
• red indicator light will start
flashing.
3. Check a clock; then turn pushbutton time dial clockwise at least one click.
• stop at the half hour nearest to present time (note
AM or PM).
Note: When turning pushbutton time dial, do NOT
accidentally PRESS at the same time.
4. Press pushbutton time dial once to enter present time.
• red indicator light goes off (present time has been
recorded).
5. Turn pushbutton time dial clockwise to desired
ON time.
• red indicator light blinks with each click.
6. Press pushbutton to enter ON time.
• controlled light(s) will turn on.
7. Turn pushbutton time dial clockwise to desired
OFF time.
• red indicator light blinks with each click.
8. Press pushbutton time dial to enter OFF time.
• controlled light(s) turn off.
9. Repeat 5-8 for other on/off times.
10.Turn pushbutton time dial for at least 2 more turns
from the first ON time to complete this program
• red indicator light will turn on and stay on (steady
light means timer is in automatic).
Note: Pushbutton time dial does not turn
automatically after setting to indicate time of day

Aug 22, 2010 | Hardware & Accessories

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I have a tork 1103 electromechanical switch. its working but wont


T1103 can be wired many ways.
T1103 has 240V clock motor.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Tork-timers-and-manuals.html#1101

You are connecting 240Volt pool pump to timer.
Open link below and see wiring diagram: look at bottom left diagram:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/110111021103WIRING.pdf

Electricians don't guess, they test.
Turn power off and separate wires for testing.
Tape tester leads to wood sticks to keep hands away from power.
Stand on dry boards. Wear dry clothes.
Do not touch anything metal.
Turn power ON.
Test each wire to bare ground wire.
For 240V circuit, two different wires should light up tester. Working from your description, by code, these wires should be black and red.
Each of these wires is Hot wire.
These are called Line wires, wires going to pump are called Load wires.
Hot wires connect to terminals L and 1. This will power the clock motor and dial will rotate as time passes, assuming clock motor is good.

Hots are identified.
Test one of the hot wires to remaining wire, and not to bare ground.
Tester lights up on Neutral wire. This should be white wire.
Double check that Neutral wire did not light up on bare ground.
Neutral is not connected to any 1103 terminal.

Remaining wires go to Load (pool pump).
By code, assuming Hot Lines are Red and Black, the Red & Black Load wires connect to X terminal and 2 terminal, in either order. One wire on each terminal.
White wire connects to Neutral wire and is covered with wire nut.

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Blinking on/off light won't turn off


It means it's time to "decalcify" your machine. Not sure how to do that, I assume run vinegar or something like that through it. You can turn the blinking light off by holding down the "set clock" and the "set timer" buttons at the same time.

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Nikon s60 blinking timer clock


You need to go into the setup menu and set the current date and time. It's just telling you it hasn't had its internal clock set (or re-set) if it has lost its clock settings.

Mar 17, 2009 | Nikon COOLPIX S60 Digital Camera

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