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Timer doesn't turn on pump using the set point. It will turn off the pump with the set point.

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I have the same problem with my timer. Did you ever solve your problem, and if you did...HOW?

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Timer cuts on , but will not turn off


assuming that this is a mechanical timer with set points for off and on red points turn on and black points turn off. set the red point for your on time and then be sure to set black point for off. Best to tighten 1/8 turn (slightly) with pliers so it does not slip

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My woods digital timer is acting weird. I take the timer off the outlet and set the timer like normal. The display is doing everything I want it too at this point. But then, as soon as I plug it into...


Copy following link to identify timer and see Woods (Coleman) warranty support link
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html
Buy another timer.
Reset timer using reset button.
Check if timer has batteries. Older timers had batteries. Newer timers have internal rechargeable batteries.
Try on different outlet.
Check outlet polarity using circuit analyzer.
Timers are made to last 1-3 years, some more some less.

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Timer doesn`t work,doesn`t rotate.


If this is an electromechanical timer and the dial will not rotate, you can be pretty sure the timer motor is no good

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As i saw the timer i wonder what is the use of that adjust around the timer..as i saw the model of the timer


Question doesn't make sense in english.
For foreign translation, you can use google translate.
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Deihl analog timer has segments around edge of timer dial.
Segments can be set in or out.
Use finger to set segments one way or the other way.
The dial rotates a full circle each day.
The segments move small switch.
The switch turns light on and off.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Diehl-880-segments-A-.jpg

Open following link.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html

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Sanyo television doesn't turn off either by using the remote or by turning it off at the tv.All other fuctions work using the remote or directly on the set.Even using the sleep timer doesn't turn...


Unplug the set and hold the power button for 30 seconds. Plug it back in and see if that fixes it. If it doesn't then it sounds like there is a problem on the board underneath the power button. Something isn't allowing the circuit to be cut.

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I have GE Model #15089 digital timer. I want to reset time to come on to 7:30 pm and turn off at 10:30 pm. It was previously coming on at 6:00 pm and off at 10:30 pm and working fine but when I tried...


The problem with answering questions where somebody cannot program a timer, or programming stopped working, is that expert doesn't know if timer is defective, or needs to be reset, or timer has conflicting programming, or if person has mis-read the instruction manual, or if wrong button sequence is being used, or if internal battery has gone bad, or if circuit has interference or loose wiring, or if light bulb burned out, and however expert guesses, the person asking question is unhappy because the timer still doesn't work and/or the manual still doesn't make sense.

I work with timers every day and suggest the following steps to get started:
Reset timer and try setting program again.
Write out steps in manual at point where timer doesn't seem to work.
Double-check that you are pushing correct buttons all the way down.
Make sure same days of operation are selected for ON and for OFF. For example if ON is set for all days, and OFF is set for Tuesday, then timer will not work as expected.
Reset timer and make sure there are no conflicting or overlapping programs, or timer will not work as expected.
Test outlet with cheap circuit analyzer from home center, try timer on different outlet, try timer on different Load, check that Load works when plugged into outlet without the timer.
Save some headaches listed above, and buy another 15089 at Home Depot and return defective one in new package.

http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15079
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#troubleshoot

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The freeze control is wired parallel with timer, so both controls can turn Load ON-OFF.
So Load turns ON when either the freeze-control or the timer turns ON.
When both are ON, then Load will be ON.
Freeze control can be ON and timer OFF and Load is ON
Freeze control can be OFF and timer ON and Load is ON.
Only when both Freeze control and timer are OFF, will Load be OFF.

If pump is not turning ON below 32 (or the protection set point), then freeze control thermostat is suspect.
But you need to check if pump turns ON when timer turns ON.
If pump operates with timer, then freeze control is main suspect, unless there is a loose wire.
Open box and check for loose and burned connections.
If pump does not operate with either timer or freeze control, then check for loose wires and also check your circuit breaker and check that pump is operable.

To find replacement freeze control, Google search: Intermatic freeze protection thermostat

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