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As to 0912773: the manual leaves out many things that one has to know in order to set and use the switch. As it is, the switch doesn't work at all, except as an ordinary manual on/off switch. $25 and 2-hours of my time to get an ordinary switch that doesn't even match my paint! I'll be on the lookout for this company and never buy another product of theirs. (Right; this isn't a question: I give up.)

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Tiny print on the instructions is enough to aggravate ya fierce.

You are replacing switch that has 2 wires with a timer that has 4 wires.

1) 5 minutes to Test wires: If your switch has 3 wires, then you have wrong timer. You need Intermatic ST01C or EJ500C. If your switch has 2 wires, then continue: Disconnect both wires from existing switch. Pull them out where you can test with ordinary tester. Power is on. Test each wire from switch to bare copper wire. When test light comes on, that is the hot wire and it is probably Black.

2) 3 minutes to connect wires:
Timer black wire goes to hot wire which is probably black
Timer red (or blue) wire goes to other wire that was connected to switch
Timer white wire connects with other white wires that are held together with a wire nut and pushed to back of box. [If box does not contain other wires, connect Timer white wire to bare ground wire.]
Timer green wire connects to bare ground wire

3) 5 more hours to program timer
Tiny print shows 5 steps for programming timer. Write the steps out so you can see them clearly. Drink a glass of water. And pull a chair in front of timer to set 7 on and 7 off programs. It will work fine.

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