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Utiliti 2 outlet timer #0224879 say pull out pin lol, no pin and no hole too insert pin,lol only retunr can fix this issue?

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Is it possible to utilize the different outlets at different times?

Usually a wall timer is single channel ... even if it has two outlets... so there is only one program that controls the timing.
If you want two separate circuits, then you need a 2-channel timer... they used to offer some 2-channel models but I cannot find them any more.

Alternative would be two timers.
Or two bar timers will fit on same outlet (except bar timers are usually 24 hour and not 7-day)

Woods timers and manuals

Feb 17, 2016 | Hardware & Accessories

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I have two new TM106/1D timers. I have followed the instructions but cannot get either one to even advance the time to reach the first light colored pin to start the timing cycle. I have placed the start...

Remove any pins that you put in.
If the pins do not remove, pull them out away from the center.
Plug the timer into an outlet.
Test the outlet with some other device like the light to ensure it is working.
If the timer clock does not rotate, the device is defective.


Aug 25, 2011 | First Alert Hardware & Accessories

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Two out of three of my timers have jammed up. the timer does not turn at a certain point without forcing it. they are like 2 weeks old. can I fix this or should i just change brand

I test timers.
4-6% arrive defective >>> and most last less than a year. But some last a long time.

Plug-in timers are made cheaper today.
Inside the timer is small clock motor that rotates plastic gears that rotate time dial.
Plastic arm rides along the time dial.
When segments or pins are up-or-out, plastic arm moves back-n-forth and opens and closes electrical contacts.

If motor is not able to turn the dial, then motor is overheating and is in downward spiral.
They don't make replacement motors for inexpensive plug-in timers.
So you need a new timer.

Amazon has interesting page that shows wide selection:

Amazon sells 2-pack of plug-in timers with 2 prong outlet

3-prong outlet

Here are Woods timers:
Tork timers:

Dec 18, 2010 | Woods 59200 Lamp and Appliance Timer with...

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How do you set the timer? It stays on after it has been tripped "off"

15004 timer with 2-prong polarized outlet is carried by Amazon
1 reviewer said OFF pin broke soon after timer was in service.

Jasco does not have 15004 manual posted yet,.
I looked yesterday, and will continue searching.

15004 timer operates by putting green and red trippers in place at times you want timer to turn on-off.
Motor rotates clock dial as time passes.
Plastic trippers located on outer edge of dial contact a lever.
Trippers flip lever back and forth.
On tripper flips lever one direction.
Off tripper flips lever other direction.
Lever closes and opens electrical contacts that turn lights on-and-off.

Since this $7.35 timer is made of plastic, and has trippers, it will break easily. Which is confirmed by Amazon review.

GE markets heavier duty timer that costs more.
This type of timer has segments located around edge of dial.
When segments are down, lights are ON
Lever rides along segments until a segment is pulled up.
When segments are up, lever springs inward which opens electrical circuit and turns lights OFF.
This system is more reliable than trippers, and timer lasts longer.
But it's still made of plastic.

Woods markets similar 3-prong timer.

Twin pack Woods 2-prong polarized

Woods 2 prong polarized

GE twin pack

Dec 12, 2010 | General Electric GE 24-Hour Timer, 2-Pin...

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The instructions indicate to push the outer segments down with pen, etc to set timer. I can't get the segment to go down.

Generally the segments are already pushed down when you buy timer.

Instruction usually say, pull up all the segments, and after pulling up all the segments, then push down the segments for the hours you want the timer turned OFF or ON depending on timer

51ec3fc.jpgSegments on GE 15207 timer

Oct 12, 2010 | Hardware & Accessories

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Do u pull out the pins to the desired time..then push them back inj..? also can u use these on a lite with 2 dimmer settings...

I don't have this exact model, but yes, just pull the pins out and re-insert them at the correct times you want the light to come on/off. Yes, you can use it with a dimmer switch.

Aug 09, 2010 | General Electric GE 24-Hour Timer, 2-Pin...

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I have the GE Plug in Mechanical Timer Model 15119. I have the pins pulled up on the white side at 5 and on the black side at 5 and the side setting on the timer position. Yet when I plug it in the wall...

We had the same problem when we first tried to set our timer. Although we have a newer model, this might work for your timer as well. The pin for each 1/2 hour interval that you want the device to be "on" must be pushed toward the perimeter of the dial, not the center of the dial. For each 1/2 hour interval that you want the device off, the pins should be pushed toward the center of the timer. Don't forget to move the arrow on the dial to the current time just before plugging in the timer. Be sure the switch on the side of the timer is moved to "timer on", the override is "outlet on" for when you want your device to come on during the time that the timer is set to have your device turned off.

Dec 27, 2009 | General Electric GE 24-Hour Timer, 2-Pin...

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How to program utilitech 2 outlet timer

Push all the pins down. Pull them up for on/off times. Set the clock by turning the dial to current time. Plug it in. Plug timed items into timer outlets. Warning: Both outlets will turn on and off at the same time.

Dec 16, 2009 | Green Air Hardware & Accessories

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Can't figure out how to set Intermatic timer 111c up to nightlight

Hello. I can help you with this times.

Step one - insert the pins at the times you want the night light to come on and go off. The green pins will turn on the night light and the red pins will turn it off. If you just want one on time and one off time just use one pin of each color.

After you have the pins inserted, set the correct time on the timer and plug it into an outlet that is always on [not one that is controlled by a wall switch].

The override switch will turn the device off if it is on, but just one time. As the next time it turns on it will once again be controlled by the times.

If ou want the night light to come on and off in the evening and again in the morninng, use two green pins and two red pins. Push in a green pin at each time where you want the night light to come on and push in a red pin at each time you want it to go off.

Get back if you need additional clarification.

Jun 02, 2009 | Intermatic & Lighted Dial Timer

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Emachines w3609

It was better if you have specified the brand of the cd drive. However the following would fix your problem.

1. If you have noticed earlier , check for a small hole ( the size of a pin ) on the front of the cd drive just below the tray which opens. depending upon the brand of the cd the whole might be located anywhere ( below or above, right or left corner ).

2. Having located the hole. Get yourself a Pin or a Safety Pin or a copper wire. Insert the pin or the wire inside the hole which will release the clamp inside and now manually try to pull the Cd drive with your finger nails..

You are done.
Hope to get rated as fixed.


Dec 31, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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