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I have a new utilitech digital 2 outlet timer #0155671. i plug it in and the dispslay comes on. i can not set anything on it. it says "press and hold clock key, then press day to select correct day', but nothing happens.

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  • westemr Oct 22, 2010

    no, i did not. i am going to return it to lowes



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Would like to know if you have got the timer to work

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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    Jyackle5 Oct 22, 2010

    Ok sorry we could not help you.

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    Jyackle5 Oct 22, 2010

    We will refund your money



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Utilitech 2 outlet timer - 0155671

Each outlet has same on-off programming.
Utilitec does not make 2-channel timer.... and neither does any other consumer timer company... unless you buy a box timer like Intermatic ET 1100 or 1800 series etc 2-4-6-8-12 channel timers.

To have 2 different programs from same outlet, then buy 2 bar timers that both fit same outlet, and then program each to suit need.

Many bar timers are 24-hour instead of 7-day.


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Will a utiltech indoor timer #0155671 work outdoors?

Yes but maybe it will not last very long.
Utilitec 0155671 is indoor timer with 2 grounded outlets.
Indoor timers will work outdoors until they gets wet from rain, wet from evening dew, or overheated from exposure to sun.

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Are you able to share instructions for a Utilitech indoor digital 2-outlet timer? Item #0155671

Open following links:

1) Basic written instructions:
2) Instruction pdf manual for identical Woods 59377 timer showing programming plus how to set countdown and random feature, summer-winter changeover, load ratings.
3) More resources

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Aug 28, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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Indoor timer 0155671 it wont turn on or off after programing

Utilitec 0155671 7-day digital programmable timer is sold under different brand names and numbers
Read instructions on following link.

There are 7 general things to look for if digital timer is not working correctly.
1) 0155671 timer is considered incandescent light bulb timer (tungsten) and not necessarily made for motors loads, TVs, CFLs etc. Try using timer on table lamp with incandescent bulb. Turn lamp ON, and make sure bulb is good.
2) Outlet is wired wrong: test outlet with circuit analyzer, and try timer on another outlet, and with different load. For example if outlet polarity is reversed, or if load has interference.
3) Timer is programmed for ON times but not for OFF times.
4) Programming has conflicts, for example program1 ON is for 8am Mon but program1 OFF is for 11am all-days-of-week.
Or program1 and program2 ON-and-OFF times conflict.
5) Timer is not set in AUTO mode, and timer is in random or countdown mode.
6) Timer is defective: 6-8% of all timers arrive defective.
7) If timer is older, the internal battery may be fading. Battery is not replaceable. These timers have 1 year limited warranty.

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I have the Utilitech #015550 outdoor 2 outlet timer. Can't find the instructions. Can you help? Thanks

May 2011: Utilitec 015550 is not enough information to identify timer at this point.
New timers come on the market.
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I have a one outlet utilitech timer and forgot how to set it

Utilitec makes 2 different plug-in timers.
Utilitec 0155671 is about size of baseball and has 5 buttons and two outlets. Programming is shown on link below.

Utilitec 0144506 timer is small and rectangular with 5 buttons and slide switch located on top of timer. This timer can turn lights on-off once a day and has 1 outlet. 0144506 Instructions are given in steps shown below.
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-Plug timer into wall for 1 hour until rechargeable battery is charged and display shows.
-If battery will not charge, then check electricity to wall outlet, if electricity is good and battery will not charge, then timer is no good.
-Lamp has to be turned on for timer to work. Check bulb if timer stops working.

-Unplug timer to set program.
-Press reset button with paper clip to remove any programming.

-Slide switch on top of timer to 'Timer'
1) Set current time
Hold down Time button
Press HOUR until current hour am-pm shows in display.
Hold down Time button
Press MIN button until current minute shows
Since this is a one-day repeat timer, no day program is available.

2) Program ON > this is when you want lamp to turn ON
Hold down ON button.
Press HOUR until ON hour with am-pm displays.
Hold down ON button.
Press MIN until ON minute displays.

2) Program OFF > this is when you want lamp to turn OFF
Hold down OFF button.
Press HOUR until OFF hour with am-pm displays.
Hold down OFF button.
Press MIN until OFF minute displays.

3) Set timer to operate
Make sure slide-switch on top of timer is set to 'Timer' to run program
Plug lamp into timer, and then plug timer into wall outlet
For manual override, move slide-switch to 'On' and light will stay ON

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We have a Utilitech timer and can't program to come on or off Please advise...

I bought a Utilitech 2-outlet timer #0155671 last year and have lost the instructions. I was playing around with it today, trying to program it. My screen was blank because it had sat dormant over the last year. This can be remedied by plugging the unit in to recharge the internal battery and pushing the reset button on the front.

Here'e how I programmed the unit. To set the day/time; press and hold the "clock" button then press the "day" button once to advance the arrow at the top of the digital screen to the correct day. Continue to hold the "clock" button while pressing the "hours" button to cycle to the appropriate time. The AM / PM indicator changes automatically as you cycle through the hours. Do the same thing for the "min" button to set the appropriate minute.

It appears that there are 9 different on/off times that can be set in the unit. The timer number is in the lower left corner of the digital screen. Each time one pushes the "prog" button a separate "on" time, then "off" time is selected for each of the 9 instances. Press "prog" to select the desired timer instance (either an "on" of an "off"). Press the 'Day" button to toggle through several different day settings. These are specified by arrows under different days at the top of the digital screen. Then press the "hours" button to select the appropriate hour and the "min" button to select the appropriate minute. Press "prog" again and the "off" instance for that timer setting is selected. Use the hour and min buttons to set off times. Pressing the "Prog" button again will select the next on/off timer instance for programming.

Hopefully you can follow these rudimentary, somewhat confusing instructions.

Nov 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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