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I would like to wire the 60 minute timer to a plugin for my iron how do i go about it the timer has only two wire coming out Thank you mike

If I understand correctly, you have an outlet for your iron.
You have 60 minute timer with two black wires.
You want to connect 60 minute countdown timer to prevent iron from being left ON.
Good idea, and perfect application for this timer.

Your outlet has two insulated wires, one black wire that is connected to brass screw and one white wire that is connected to silver screw.
If you have 2 blacks and 2 whites, that is also covered below.

Here's is how to wire timer to outlet.
1) One black and one white:
Remove black wire from brass screw.
Connect this wire to either wire on timer.
Connect other timer wire to brass screw on outlet.

2) Two black wire and two white wires.
The easiest way to proceed is try one black outlet wire and if it doesn't work then try the other black outlet wire:
Remove one of the black outlet wires from brass screw.
Connect this wire to either wire on timer.
Connect other timer wire to brass screw on outlet.
If timer works to control outlet, then wiring is correct.
If timer does not control outlet, then try the other black outlet wire.

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Only have two wires to connect to

What timer are you installing?

Intermatic battery-operated timer with red, blue, black and green
Green connects to bare ground
Red is capped off.
Blue connects to one wire
Black connects to other wire
Push on-off button: if light comes on, timer wiring is correct.
If light does not come on, then reverse blue and black wires.

Other in-wall timers except Aube have red, black, white and green
Green goes to bare ground
Red connects to one wire
Black connects to other wire.
White: in back of electrical box are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. Connect white white to these other white wires.
If box does not have white wires described above, then connect white wire to bare ground along with green wire.
Push on-off or override switch: if light comes on, timer wiring is correct.
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If I understand correctly, you have Sylvania 170 timer and the display doesn't light up.
If you have different problem, add a comment.

A) If this is existing installation and timer display worked correctly before, then it sounds like timer malfunctioned or power to timer is interrupted. Check breaker, and then pull out timer and test for power.

B) If this is new installation, then 2 possible things:
1) Timer defective: exchange for new one.
2) Timer not wired correctly.

Review wiring:
Timer replaces single pole switch.
Single pole switch has two wires
Timer has 3 wires: Blue Black White
Timer has additional wire to run internal clock and to light up display.
If timer not wired correctly, then display will not light up.

Here is correct wiring:
a) Two wires from switch.
b) Connect timer-blue wire to one of the switch wires. Choose either one for now. You will have to choose other wire if display doesn't light up.
c) Connect timer-black wire to other switch wire.
d) Timer-white wire does NOT connect to either switch wire. Look in back of electric box. There are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. These are neutral wires. Connect timer-white wire to neutral wires. This will power the clock and display.
e) If your box does not have the white wires described in d), then connect timer-white wire to bare ground wire.
f) Turn power ON. Does display light up?
g) If display lights up, switch is wired correctly.
h) If display does not light up, then reverse timer-blue wire and timer-black wire shown in step b) and c).


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Another fellow wrote in today.

His lights were blinking because he connected the red and white wires together.
Below is the correct wiring for Utilitec, GE, Woods and several other brand timers.
The black wire has to connect to Hot wire from breaker box.
The red wire has to connect to wire going to Load (lights, fan, motor)
The green wire connects to bare ground wire
The white wire is connected with other white wires inside box. These other white wires are usually covered with a wire nut and shoved to back of box.
If you do not have other white wires in the box, then connect white wire with bare ground wire.

If your timer does not work, try reversing the red and black wires.

I am running tests on these timers and can verify that the information above is correct.

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