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I need one of the small red pins that insert in the timer face which turn the system on. Please give me a heads up on where I can order one of the pins.

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You should be able to pick up one of these at your local hardware store or Home Depot if not you can order from Malibu on line

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We can't figure out how to set our timer. Where and what are the segmented pins. Nothing is labeled. There is no diagram with the timer. Thank-you. Joy and Fred.


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You posted under Woods outdoor timer, but don't give specific brand or model
Open following links for detailed information and illustrations:
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Segments are usually on outer edge of dial.
Some timers the segments lift up, some push down, some pull up and out, etc.
Use a fingernail or small tool and fiddle around with it.
Some timers have pins located on dial face that click inward or outward. Use small tool and move them in and out.
Some timers have trippers that you attach to outer edge of dial.
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Here is an image that will help you:59ae22f.jpg
These are small, 2-pin cables that are in Red, Blue and Green colors (with white main connector). Try to not bend te pins receptors, because they are very fragile.

1. Plug the POWER_SW cable on the first two left pins;
2. Plug the HDD_LED cable next to it;
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Be carefull because if you missplace the order your system won't power up, and insert them horizontally.

If you need further assistance please leave a comment.

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It is a very an old question. I had this problem myself at an early age.
Here is an image that will help you:59ae22f.jpg
These are small, 2-pin cables that are in Red, Blue and Green colors (with white main connector). Try to not bend te pins receptors, because they are very fragile.

1. Plug the POWER_SW cable on the first two left pins;
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Be carefull because if you missplace the order your system won't power up, and insert them horizontally.

If you need further assistance please leave a comment.

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