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I installed the Utilitech self-adjusting timer exactly as shown in the instructions: black to black, red to red, green to ground and white to neutral. It didn't work. I swapped out all of the colors. Still didn't work. I bought another one just in case I got a defective one. No joy. I took a picture of my wiring to our local hardware store and they thought it looked fine. This should work as we had a timer in that same spot when we lived in this house 5 years ago. Help!

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Here's a Utilitec page with step by step wiring help:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-LW60419.html

I've done testing on the Utilitec.
Utilitec timers are made to replace 2-pole switches where one switch (or one timer) controls the lights.

If display shows after wiring timer, then wiring is usually correct
If display does not show, then electricity is OFF
If you are replacing a 3-way switch, the Utilitec is wrong timer
If the wiring is wrong the Utilitec will not function.
If you do not have a neutral wire in the box, the timer will not function

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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