Question about Malibu ML88TL 88Watt Low Voltage Power Pack with Timer
-I think your outdoor plug is connected to GFI plug in bathroom or kitchen >>> check reset on GFI.
-Next, plug your hair dryer into same outdoor plug to see if plug has electricity >>> electrical plugs outside wear out quicker, and get loose wires.
-Move timer cord to the other plug
-I don't know if a bit of WD 40 would help or not .... couldn't hurt to spry some on the pins at this point ...UNPLUG timer because WD is very flammable...
-Tips from manual mention checking for burned out bulbs ... I've seen that mentioned other places and don't know if bulb problems shorten life of low-volt transformer inside the box.
-I worked with timers for years, and never seen replacement clocks or transformers for Malibu-type timers
-Timers located outside get damp and dirty ... these things cause small gears inside timers to oxidize and clog so they don't work after a while ... again, a bit of WD-40 might help
Tips copied from manual:
• Make sure power pack is plugged in. Is outlet working?
• Turn manual ON/OFF switch to "ON" or rotate dial so "ON" tripper passes time line indicator.
• Is lamp burned out? Use another lamp to test.
NOTE: This lighting system is designed to last many years under normal conditions. However, lamps eventually burn out and operating with one lamp out can shorten the life of the others. IT IS IMPORTANT TO REPLACE BURNED OUT LAMPS PROMPTLY.
Conditions beyond your control such as abnormally high household voltage due to poor utility voltage regulation will also affect lamp life.
The timer has 1 year warranty.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It appears that it will start flashing when you move from off to on. Here are the directions from the web site.
Move the control lever to the OFF-CLEAR position for about
20 seconds. The red indicator light will go off and any previous
time settings will be cleared from memory.
Move the control lever to the ON position. The Red indicator
light will start flashing.
Rotate the time dial clockwise at least one click, stopping at
the half hour nearest to the present time.
NOTE: During programming, be careful not to press the
dial while turning it. If you press the dial, you will accidentally
set a wrong time.
Press the dial once to set the present time. The Red indicator
light will go off.
Rotate the time dial clockwise to the first desired ON time.
The Red light will pulse momentarily with each click.
Press the dial once to enter the ON time. The light controlled
by the switch timer will turn ON.
Rotate the time dial clockwise to the desired OFF time.
Press the dial once to enter the OFF time. The light controlled
by the switch timer will turn OFF.
Repeat Steps 5-8 for each additional ON/OFF setting.
Continue to rotate the time dial until the Red indicator light
comes ON and stays ON, indicating that the switch timer is in
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