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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
Segments on GE 15207 timer
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
1. To set the current time rotate the dial clockwise until the time line up with the TIME NOW arrow. Note PM hours are shaded.
2. To program the timer: begin with all segment pins pulled up. Push the segment pins down for the period of time you want the timer to be ON. Each segment pin represents 30 minutes. 2 segment pins = 1 hour. Repeats daily.
3. To connect the timer: set the switch on the lower right of the timer dial to the (clock) position. Plug device in the timer and turn the device on. Plug timer into the wall outlet.
4. To override the timer: slide the switch on the lower right of the timer dial to the I positions. When in the I position, the plugged in device is switched permanently.
5. In case of power failure: reset the current time and program the timer as explained in steps 1 and 2.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
When the timer is
plugged in, the timer's dial will turn clockwise. The pointer, on the face of
the dial, points to the current time of day.
1. Locate the segments
on the outer edges of the timer's dial. These segments, each representing 30
minutes, can be pushed down (try using the tip of a pen or pencil). Conversely,
segments pushed down can be easily pushed back by hand. Be sure all segments
are pushed up before programming. Select a time period (or periods) you want
the device turned on, push down the segments that fall on or within that time
period. For example, to have the timer turn a device on 10PM and off at 2AM, push
down the segments representing 10PM and 2AM, and ALL the segments in between. See
Figure 1.You may need to turn the dial clockwise to access the desired
2. Rotate the timer's
dial clockwise until the pointer on the face of the dial points to the current
time of the day. Note: Nighttime hours (from 6:30PM to 6:30AM) are highlighted.
3. Plug the timer into
an electrical outlet convenient to the device to be controlled.
4. Plug the device into
an outlet on the timer. Turn the device's switch to the on position for
automatic control. The timer will not turn the device on if the device's switch
is in the off position. The device will now turn on and off at the times you
have set. In case of power failure, reset the time of the day as explained in
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