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Have you tried the same cable in all 4 ports?
If it works in all the ports, plug the other cables in and reboot everything. PC,s modem and router.
You may be getting ip address conflict, rebooting should cure it.
If the same cable just works in 1 port, the router is broken

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Yes you can use 59028 if you have Neutral or bare ground wire.

EJ500 is battery operated.
Woods 59028 uses electricity to power internal electronics. Like plugging in alarm clock so timer mechanism works.
That's why 59028 has white wire and EJ500 does not.

EJ500 can be used for 3-way switching, so it has extra red wire that is capped off in single pole operation. EJ500 blue wire connects to Load (light,fan, motor)

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The old timer that was there quit working tryed to put a new woods one in but cant get it to work help


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If the wires are not connected correctly, the timer will not operate as expected.
Click the manual override and see what happens.
If the lights do not turn ON with the manual override, then the wiring is suspect.
If the lights blink, then you have put the red and white wires together.
If the lights turn ON, but timer clock is not working, it is possible you have the black and red wires reversed.
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