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What are the settings to the HPM D641/PILR? There are switch settings on the back of both devices but these have been changed and now it wont work after we changed the battery. http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/en/product/Y5111

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https://hpm.com.au/app/document/asset/23/16/6/d8180d-hpm-24hr-outdoor-timer-instruction-sheet.pdf

Sold at Bunnings in Australia, you might find a manual with one! Alternatively, here is another place they are sold and given they are inexpensive, it might be worth it to just get the instructions. Amazingly, if you try to search for a manual for this, you can not find it. You just get comments like the techs were not help, the manual was in Chinese, and after translation, were not even understood by the techs. Heaven knows what the truth is. The HPM manual above is clearly in English. Note the device manual above likely is set for half hour intervals. Good luck.

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http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#HPM-dial

http://waterheatertimer.org/images/hpm-24hr-timer-500.jpg

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