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How do you set for 7 days lights on and off - Intermatic & Self-Adjusting Wall Switch Timer

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Intermatic has two slightly different ways depending on model. first way:

Press MODE until the screen displays PGM
with blanks for time.
Press DAY/DST as many times as necessary to
display 12:00 a.m. and the day(s) you want
the program to activate. Choices are:
- everyday
- weekdays only
- weekends only
- a specific day
NOTE: If you go too far, keep pressing DAY/DST to loop back
around again.
Press HOUR+ to set the hour you want the program to turn ON.
Press M+ to set the minutes you want the
program to turn ON.
Press NEXT ON/OFF to set the OFF time for the
program. The screen again displays blanks.
Press DAY/DST as many times as necessary to
display 12:00 a.m. and the day(s) you want
the program to activate.
NOTE: Since you're setting an OFF time for an
ON event already programmed, choose the
same days as in the ON event.
Press HOUR+ to set the hour you want the program to turn
OFF.
Press M+ to set the minutes you want the
program to turn OFF.
At this point you have two choices:
Press MODE if you are finished to exit from programming.
Press NEXT ON/OFF to set another program. Repeat from
Step 2 above.

Second way:

Press the MODE button one time. (PGM) will be displayed on the top left corner of the timer. We are setting the ON time for Program 1. --:-- -- 1 ON will be displayed on the screen.
Press the DAY/DST (bottom left) button to select the day or series of days the timer is to turn ON. You can either select the ASTRO time, which will adjust as the days get longer and shorter or a specific time. To use the ASTRO time press the DAY/DST until SNST appears on the screen. All seven days will be shown on the bottom of the timer.
Or to use a specific time press the DAY/DST button and select the day or series of days the timer is to turn ON.
Use the HOUR+YEAR- (bottom center) button and select the HOUR to turn the unit ON. Use the
M+ZONE+YEAR+ (bottom right) button to set the MINUTES of your on time.
Press the next ON/OFF button one time. We are now setting the OFF time for program 1. Press the DAY/DST (bottom left) to select the day or series of days of operation. To use the ASTRO time press the button until SNUP appears on your screen.
Or to select a specific time, press the DAY/DST button and select a day or series of days the unit is to turn Off.
Press the HOUR+YEAR- (bottom center) button and set the hour of your off time. Press the M+ZONE+YEAR+ (bottom right) button to select the minutes of your Off time.
For additional programs press the NEXT ON/OFF button to the next program and follow above steps. Check the unused programs to assure they are blank. To check the other programs press the NEXT ON/OFF button, you should see --:-- -- on the screen. If a time appears press and release the DAY/DST button until the --:-- -- appears. Repeat this step thru Program 7 off.
Press the MODE button. (AUTO) will appear on top center of screen.

If you cannot program, try to reset the whole timer:

Press the RESET and the NEXT ON/OFF buttons at the same time. Release the buttons and wait for 1200 to start blinking.

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I know timers and electrical devices, and have tested most of the brands.
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Here is the manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59018-59028.pdf

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2) Programming review:
Each program requires ON time to be set, and then OFF time to be set
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3) Programming steps:
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Open cover > set on-off switch to 'ON'
Press the tiny round reset button with paper clip
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Press PGM button ... the timer screen show a P to right of time
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