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I changed the battery and then the timer did not work. So now the lights will not turn off. I press on the on/off switch and it goes from clock to a message stating "NO OPs" "SEE INSTRUC"

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Http://waterheatertimer.org/ST01C-program.html#battery
I have done testing on the ST01C
The link above shows the battery carriage
You might try cleaning the connectors, and the battery poles, or spreading the connectors apart just a bit to see if they reconnect.

http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-st01c.pdf
The manual shows troubleshooting.

My testing shows that if the battery will not connect, then the timer has gone bad.
The battery operates the clock and programming functions and there is not a work-around.
When it's working, the battery lets you operate the manual override, even without programming, so the battery is crucial for timer operation.

The advantage of the battery-operated timer is the simple wiring.
There are lots of programmable in-wall timers with 7-day programming.
Most of the other timers do not have a battery, and they require slightly different wiring.
If you buy one of these timers and have difficulties with wiring, add a comment with the model number and I will assist.

Aplus supply sells ST01C
http://www.aplussupply.com/intermatic/timer.htm
Smarthome
http://www.smarthome.com/2509A/Heavy-Duty-Digital-7-Day-Timer-Switch-ST01C/p.aspx

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Find manual for woods 59028 programmable timer switch



1) Set current time:
Press reset button to clear all programs , display should flash 12:00 AM Monday
Press and hold CLOCK button.
Press Hour, minute and day buttons until current hour minute and day display.
Release Clock button.
Next step is to program the timer
Example shows how to turn on at 5PM each day and turn off at 11 PM each day.
2) Programming review: Each program requires ON time to be set, and then OFF time to be set For example you set Program1 ON 5:00PM for ALL days. And then you set Program1 OFF 11PM for ALL days. Minimum on-off set time is 1 minute.
3) Programming steps: Press PROG button until Timer 1 ON appears on display Use Hour button to set 5 PM Use MIN button to set :00 Default selects ALL days (If you want other days, press DAY button until display shows correct block of days) Press PROG button again to save Program1 ON 4) Now for Program1 OFF 5) To set Program1 Off Press PROG button until Timer 1 OFF shows in display. Use Hour button to set 11 PM Use MIN button to set :00 Default selects ALL days (If you want other days, press DAY button until display shows correct block of days) Press PROG button again to save Program1 OFF 6) Program 1ON and Program1 OFF have been set ... so press the CLOCK button to return to current time. If you want to set another program, press PROG button until Timer 2 ON displays 7) After setting programs, press Clock button so current time shows. 8) The manual shows one more thing ... if you program the timer during the hours 5-11pm, and the timer should be ON during those hours, you have to 'tell' the timer to turn ON by pressing the manual override ... after that the timer will operate normally.

Nov 21, 2011 | Woods 59028 Programmable Timer Switch...

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Installing replacement for neighbour and cannot get lights to work. Single switch running 6 flood lights(each 60w) with 2 burned out. Have power to switch as can get standard switch to work. This is...


If I understand correctly you have standard on-off situation for exterior lights. Load is 360 Watt, well within capacity of all in-wall timers.
You have identified the hot wire.
You have confirmed that load works, and that electricity is ON.
Regular on-off switch works fine.

Now the information is a bit fuzzy.
You are installing a timer to control this load?
You do not identify timer.

So I will jump into the shark waters and ASSUME ...
That your timer has 4 wires?

A) Timer is battery operated Intermatic ST01C or EJ500 with red, blue, black, green.
Red is capped off.
Green goes to ground.
Black goes to hot from breaker.
Blue goes to Load.
Click on-off button, if timer does not operate, reverse blue and black.
If lights click on-off, then you put red wire where blue wire should be

B) Timer does not have battery and is Tork, GE, Intermatic, Woods, Utilitec, Westek and has red, black, white and green wires.
Here's what to do:
Green goes to ground
Two switch wires connect to red and black in any order right now.
In back of electric box are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. These are neutral wires. Timer white wire connects to the neutrals. This will power the internal clock motor.
If box does not have neutrals, the timer white wire connects to bare ground along with green wire.
Click manual override button, if lights do not turn on, then reverse red and black wires.

Why does you neighbor's timer not last very long?
I don't know.
If timer has battery and timer exposed to cold temperatures, then battery lasts about a month.
If timer has no battery, you have to send me the model number and let me look into it.
Use a circuit analyzer on receptacle on same breaker and see if anything shows that might interfere with electronics.

Add a comment any time.

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I have a wall switch and two outside ligthts. there appers to be two black wires to old switch. Timer has white, black, red, and green. I hagve tried all wiring scemes and get lights to stay and not turn...


You posted under the ST01C timer.
ST01C has black, red and blue wires, and has a battery to run the clock.

You have black, white, red and green.
So your timer has an electronic clock and no battery.

Let's go through the wires one at a time.
You can add a comment and I will help further if needed.

Old switch has 2 black wires.
One of these wire is black-Hot
The other wire is black-to-Load (load is your light, fan, motor)

Black-Hot connects to timer-black wire
Black-to-Load connects to timer-red wire
NOW ... if these wires are reversed, the timer will not operate, so simply reverse the wires.

There are two wires to go:
Timer-green wire goes to bare copper wire.
Timer-white wire is the wire that runs the clock inside the timer. This is just like plugging in your alarm clock so the clock runs.

The timer-white wire connects to the other white wires located inside the box.
These white wires are usually twisted together and covered with a wire nut.
So untwist the wire nut and add the timer-white wire to these wires.
What if your box does not have these other white wires?
Then in that case, connect the timer-white wire to the bare copper and the clock will run.

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The old timer that was there quit working tryed to put a new woods one in but cant get it to work help


The following wiring diagram works for Woods, GE, Hagar, Leviton, Sylight, Utilitec, some Intermatic in-wall timers.
It does not apply to Aube timers or Intermatic battery-operated timers.

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If the wires are not connected correctly, the timer will not operate as expected.
Click the manual override and see what happens.
If the lights do not turn ON with the manual override, then the wiring is suspect.
If the lights blink, then you have put the red and white wires together.
If the lights turn ON, but timer clock is not working, it is possible you have the black and red wires reversed.
If the white wire is not connected correctly, the clock mechanism will not operate.

Review the wiring.
Black-timer wire goes to black-hot-wire from breaker
Red-timer wire goes to black-wire going to Load (lights)
White-timer wire connects to the Neutral wires that are usually twisted together and covered with a wire nut.
IF your box does not contain those white wires, then you can work-around by connecting white wire to bare ground wire.

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I have programmed the GE HEAVY DUTY TIMER MODEL 15117 timer to come on at 7 pm and it does not turn on the outdoor lights. the dots between the hour and minute are flashing. What am I doing wrong. It is...


There are 6 programming buttons on face of 15117 timer.
Download pdf manual

Review of steps:
The AA battery is installed with correct polarity
Timer blinked 12:00
Set clock while holding down clock button

Press PROG to display EVENT1-on (there is a tiny 'on' that shows on display)
>day button selects day, weekday, weekend
>> hour minute buttons to set ON time for EVENT1

>Press PROG so display shows EVENT1-off (ther is a tiny off that shows on display)
>repeat steps above to set OFF time for EVENT1

>Press PROG until EVENT1-on shows in display
>repeat steps to set on-off times for EVENT2

> when finished programming, press CLOCK

> Last step, set mode
MODE is on-off override
MODE is also Automatic or Random

Solution ideas:
Press MODE until Automatic displays)
-Press MODE key to see if manual override works
-Look at digital face (or take photo of it) and compare with Figs shown in manual to see if there is a match

-Check breaker. Check light bulb. Remove timer and see if load works without it. Check that light switch is turned on if plug is controlled by light switch.

-Review programs: Push PROG key to review programs
-Other timers ignore conflicting schedules ... for example EVENT1 says ON at 7 and OFF at 8, but EVENT2 says opposite, or overlaps, then timer ignores programming

-Reset timer and repeat programming: Press CLOCK, MODE PROG to reset timer
-Make a chart of your EVENT1 on-off times, and EVENT2 on-off times, EVENT3-7 on-off times before programming to make sure there are no conflicts.

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Woods In-wall Timer Heavy Duty, Model #59018 -- I just installed my timer and was able program and set the time, but when I push the manual override button to turn the light on, the light flashes and turns...


Quick answer:
1) Programming steps say 'press clock key to return to current time and day'
2) Use mode button and change between AUTO & RND >> try manual override in each mode
3) Does timer turn lights on-and-off with program, or do they blink too?
4) Swap Black and Red wires
5) Try timer on light in different room, on different circuit breaker
6) Timer might be defective

Longer answer:
Woods 59018 manual does not show troubleshooting steps except 'check wiring; switch Red and Black leads; and/or reset programming'

Seems unlikely you could program timer unless timer is wired correctly ... unless there is a short of some kind.

To review wiring.
Green goes to bare ground wire.
White goes to Neutral white wire (neutral is usually 2 or 3 white wires twisted together and shoved to back of box)
Black must connect to Hot from circuit breaker
Red must connect to Load (light, fan, motor etc)

How to test wiring
:
Disconnect timer and set aside.
Mark each wire
Separate wires in box so they don't touch
Use ordinary tester (you can tape tester leads to wood sticks)
Turn on power
You should have two black wires that were originally connected to switch
Test black wires to bare ground > when tester lights up, that is the Hot wire.
The other black wire goes to Load

Now you want to find the neutral.
Test the Hot black wire to white wires in box.
When tester lights up, that is neutral.

If everything checks out, I guess timer is defective.

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Old timer: Intermatic EJ500 & ST01C timers have a battery. Battery operates the clock motor. Red wire is for 3-way circuit [a hallway with 2 switches is a 3-way circuit].

Utilitec timer, clock runs on 120Volt circuit instead of battery. So clock has to have power.

How to connect wires:
Black timer wire connects to hot wire from breaker box.
Red (or blue) timer wire goes to landscape lights.
White timer wire connects to white neutral wire [or if no neutral is available, connect to bare ground wire].
Green timer wire goes to bare ground wire.

How to find black hot wire and white neutral wire inside box
: Disconnect and separate wires so you can test. Use ordinary tester. Power is on. There is only 1 black hot wire inside each electrical box. Test each black wire to bare ground until tester light comes on > that identifies the black hot wire. Next, test black hot wire to white wires until tester light comes on > that is the neutral wire. Exception: This test does not necessarily work with 3-way switches since they reverse each time switch is thrown.

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Where can I download instructions for utilitech timer


UTILITECH - Grounded in Quality

Digital 2-Outlet Timer (TE06WHBL)
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Instruction Manual & Warranty
Before using your timer please read the following instructions carefully.
FEATURES
- Up to 8 ON/OFF events per day/56 ON/OFF events per week
- Option to program individual days or 8 different weekday groups
- Minimum switching period one minute
- Summertime/wintertime change over
- Easy to read LCD display
- Random automatic ON/OFF security feature
- Countdown feature
- Manual override button
- Rechargeable battery back-up (if there is no LCD display, plug
timer into a wall receptacle, this will recharge the battery)
SETTING TIME
Press and hold CLOCK key, then press DAY key to select correct day,
HOUR key to select correct hour, and MIN key to select minutes. When
MIN key is released, time will be set with seconds starting from 0.
Either holding down or repeatedly pressing appropriate button can
advance days, hours and minutes.
Do not set ON and OFF for same time.
PROGRAMMING EVENTS
The timer has the capacity for 8 ON/OFF events per day.
Save program capacity by using available blocks of days.
Blocks of days are:
1. M,T,W,Th,F,S,Su
2. Individual days of the week
3. M,T,W,Th,F
4. S,Su
5. M,T,W,Th,F,S
6. M,W,F
7. T,Th,S
8. M,T,W
9. Th,F,S
For each ON time and each OFF time--DAY, HOURS and MIN must
be set. Press PROG key onceto set first ON time--"ON" and number
"1" appear to left of LCD display indicating to enter first ON time.
Press DAY button to choose required day or blocks of days, then set
hour and minutes using HOURS and MIN buttons. After setting required
ON time, press PROG button to validate entry and move onto first
OFF time--"OFF" and number "1" appear to left of LCD display
indicating to enter first OFF time by using DAY, HOURS and MIN
buttons as above. Press PROG button to validate this entry. Repeat
remaining 7 ON/OFF settings as required. After setting required
ON/OFF settings, press CLOCK button to return display to clock. Timer
is now ready to operate. Check programmed settings by pressing
PROG button repeatedly--each setting will appear on screen.
MANUAL OVERRIDE
To choose permanent Manual ON, permanent Manual OFF,
Auto ON or Auto OFF, press Manual button. Each mode will be
displayed on screen. When choosing Auto ON, timer turns ON until
next programmed OFF time. The programmed settings will only work
on Auto mode. When Auto mode OFF is chosen, timer is OFF until
next programmed activity. (Inverted black triangle on LCD points
to either AUTO or MANUAL indicating which is selected)
COUNT DOWN FEATURE
To enter count down feature, press CLOCK and PROG buttons
simultaneously. Using HOURS and MIN buttons, set count down time.
(Maximum selection is 9 hours 59 minutes, minimum is 1 minute.)
Press MANUAL button to start countdown. Output will turn ON until
end of count down. Count down may be paused at any time during
period by pressing MANUAL button. To re-start, press MANUAL button
again. To review time during count down period, press and hold
CLOCK button. Release CLOCK button to return to count down display.
Note: To return to timer mode, press CLOCK and PROG buttons
simultaneously.
RANDOM AUTOMATIC ON/OFF SECURITY FEATURE
With this option selected, timer will switch ON and OFF in a random
pattern at least once in every 8 hours. (This may mean timer will
switch OFF within a set ON period, or vice versa.) Ideal for use with
a light--switching it ON and OFF automatically gives appearance of an
occupied home, but not at exactly the same time every day. To enter
Random mode, press DAY and HOURS buttons simultaneously.
An "R" will appear on display and unit will start random switching.
If no programmed times are set, timer will switch ON or OFF
approximately 1 minute after entering Random mode, then continue
randomly. To turn Random mode OFF, press DAY and HOURS buttons
together again.
SWITCH OVER SUMMERTIME/WINTERTIME ZONE CHANGE
To change from wintertime to summertime, press HOURS and MIN
buttons simultaneously. Clock will be set forward one hour and
"S" will appear on display. Repeat same procedure to return to
wintertime.
Note: if unit is purchased during summer, set clock time for one hour
less than correct time, select Auto mode and press HOUR and MIN
keys simultaneously. The unit will then adjust to correct summertime
and "S" will appear on LCD.
RESET
To reset unit for time and programmed ON/OFF settings,
press RESET button.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS and
RATINGS
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