Question about Intermatic Inc. ST01C Digital In-Wall Timer
Unfortunately, the Battery Presence & Charge detection circuit, has failed this is common on devices like this. What has happened, usually, is the a series resistor that has gone open circuit, this stops the detection circuit fro properly "Seeing" the battery. This the symptoms you have.
If you were skilled in soldering and can use a meter, you should be able to find the Open Circuit resistor, and replace it. However I wonder if it would be worth the effort? As it is also possible that this is just an underlying symptom of a larger problem as it usually is.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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