Question about General Electric GE 24-Hour Power Strip Timer #57698

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Have set timer to come on all days of the week at the same time. when i press mode the timer turns on with the on setting but off on auto setting

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You posted under GE 24-hour analog power strip.
But question says 7-day programmable without giving brand and model number of your timer.
Resourceful do-it-yourselfer cannot sell a product on e-bay without describing what you have.
Same with fixya.

Open following links to help identify timer and for helpful information:
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#57698
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#troubleshoot

We have 4 solid options.

1) The omission of key information in question leads me to suspect that you have not read manual carefully. Or that timer has programming conflicts.
I write out information when manuals are confusing.

2) I read timer manuals each day, test timers, and write timer manuals.
Some manuals are poorly written and confusing, so add a comment to this thread with model number so I can read manual alongside you.

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Woods timer 50029


For the WOODS Model 50029 Indoor 7 day digital timers with Astronomic features.

125Vac 60Hz

1/2 HP

8A / 1,000W Tungsten
15A / 1,875W General purpose

15A Resistive

500 VA Electronic ballast

120Vac 60Hz 8.3A Ballast

Instructions:
Charge the Battery:
Plug the timer into wall outlet for 30 minutes to charge internal battery. Note: You can then unplug the timer from the wall outlet and comfortably hold it in your hand to program the timer.
Clear the Memory:
Press the RESET button with a tooth pick to erase any previous settings.
Note: Inactivity for approximately 30 seconds and the timer will return to clock mode.
To Set the Clock:
1. Press the TIME button to set the current year: Then press the "+" or "-" button to adjust the number from 2012 to 2099.
2. Press the TIME button again to set the month: Press the "+" or "-" button to adjust the number from 01 to 12.
3. Press the TIME button again to set the date: Then press the "+" or "-" button to adjust the number. The maximum date will depend on which month you choose.
4. Press the TIME button again to set the daylight savings time feature. DST will appear on the bottom of the display screen. Then press the "+" or "-" button to set DST AUTO mode or DST OFF mode.
5. Press the TIME button again to set the hour: Then press the "+" or "-" button to adjust the number from 00 to 59.
6. Press the TIME button again to set the minute: Then press the "+" or "-" button to adjust the number from 00 to 59.
7. Press the TIME button again to set the Astronomic function: Then press the "+" or "-" button to select the zone you are in. North = "nor", Center = "cen", and South = "sou".
8. Press the TIME button again to adjust the Sunrise time. Press "+" or "-" button to adjust the time.
9. Press the TIME button again to adjust the Sunset time. Press the "+" or "-" button to adjust the time.
10. Press the TIME button again to finish the setting or press and hold the TIME button for 4 sec that will to back to standby.
To Program the Timer:
1. Press the PROGRAM button once to display the first ON setting.
2. Press "+" or "-" button to adjust the day or group of days you want for the program. Scroll to select from everyday, each individual day, weekdays, or weekends.
3. Press TIME button to set the hour. Press "+" or "-" to scroll through 12-hours AM, 12-hours PM, sunrise time or sunset time for first on setting.
4. Press TIME button to setting the minutes. Press button "+" and "-" to adjust from 00-59.
5. Press the PROGRAM button again to display the first OFF setting and repeat steps 2 through 4 to program.
6. Repeat steps 1 through 5 for additional ON/OFF settings.
7. Press the "MODE" button once, at any time exit time setting or program setting.
Sun tracking technology: the timer adjusts automatically to sunrise/sunset times. For example, program lights to turn On at sunset and Off at 10:00 pm. As daylight hours extend, the sunset time will increase. For example sunset may be at 5:41 pm on Monday, 5:42 pm on Tuesday, and 5:44 on Wednesday. The timer will adjust to this On time accordingly and will always turn off at 10:00 pm as programmed.
To Connect/Operate the Timer:
Plug device in to the timer and turn the device on. Plug timer into wall outlet.
To Operate the Timer / Use Manual Override Function:
Press MODE to choose different function between ON, ON AUTO, ON RDM, OFF, OFF AUTO, OFF RDM
1. ON - load is ON permanently in manual mode.
2. ON AUTO - AUTO mode has been selected and load has been forced ON and will stay ON until a contrary scheduled event.
3. ON RDM- RDM mode has been selected and load has been forced ON and will stay ON until a contrary scheduled RDM event.
4. OFF - load is OFF permanently in manual mode.
5. OFF AUTO - AUTO mode has been selected and load has been forced OFF and will stay OFF until a contrary scheduled event.
6. OFF RDM - RDM mode has been selected and load has been forced OFF and will stay OFF until a contrary scheduled RDM event.
Random Setting Security Feature:
When the random setting is ON, the timer will turn ON/OFF +/- 30 minutes around program on and program off times.
Daylight Savings Time Feature:
When the DST function is on "DST AUTO", the sunrise and sunset time will increase 1 hour on the Sunday of the second week in March at 02:00 am every year. It will then decrease 1 hour on the Sunday of the first week in November at 02:00 am every year. For example if sunrise is 6:12 am on March 9th, it will be 7:11 am on March 10th.

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Dec 16, 2013 | Hardware & Accessories

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Problem of Utilitech digital 8 outlet power strip timer


Copy following link to identify exact timer, and download possible manual.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#striptimer

With this particular timer, press MODE and PRG button to clear timer programming.
When programming is complete, press CLK button to enter current time setting and end programming.
Then press Mode button until Auto indicator displays.
Make sure current time is correct, and that correct am-pm selected.
Make sure that on-and-off programs are set for same days-of-week, or conflict will cause timer to work erratically.
If timer is defect, buy another timer at Lowes and return defect in new package.

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Oct 22, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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User's guide for kambrook electronic timer kd94


Could not find a free guide, but e-how lists the basic instructions.
Instructions
    • 1 Set the day and time on the timer. Press and hold "Clock." While holding the "Clock" button, press "Day" to scroll through the days of the week and select the correct one. Press the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the correct time. Release "Clock" when you are finished.
    • 2 Press "Prog" set the "On" time for the switch. The word "On" and the number "1" will appear on the left side of the display.
    • 3 Press "Day" to choose an individual day or a block of days. Choosing an individual day means that this specific program will only activate on that day; choosing a block of days means that the program will be active on each day in the chosen block.
    • 4 Set the time that you want the timer to switch on by using the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the appropriate time. Press "Prog" when you are done to complete your entry of the "On" time.
    • 5 Select the "Off" time for your timer by using the "Day," "Hours" and "Min" buttons to choose when you want the timer to switch off. Press "Prog" again to save this entry. Repeat steps two through six to set additional timers.
    • 6 Press "Day" and "Hours" to activate the random timer mode. An "R" will appear on the LCD screen, indicating that the timer is in Random mode. This will cause your timer to switch on and off at different times, following no set pattern.
    • 7 Press the button that looks like a hand with the index finger extended to perform a manual override. The display will show you whether it is in Manual or Auto mode, and whether it is turned on or off. "Manual On" means that the time is switched permanently on while "Manual Off" indicates that the timer is turned off. "Auto Off" activates the program that you have set, while "Auto On" turns the time on until the next schedule "Off" time, after which it continues to follow your programmed times.
    • 8 Press "Clock" and "Prog" at the same time to use the countdown feature. Use the "Hours" and "Min" buttons to select the length of the countdown, and press "Manual" to start.
    • 9 To reset the entire unit and clear all programmed times, use the end of a paper clip or a ball-point pen to press the "Reset" button, located above the "Manual" button.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_5565934_program-kambrook-timer-switch.html How to Program Kambrook Timer Switch eHow

Nov 24, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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I WOULD NEED SOMEONE TO TALK ME THROUGH IN PERSON , HOW TO PROGRAM THE TIMER FOR 8AM TURN OFF AND 8PM TURN LIGHT ON EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR - THE SAME TIME ...


If you want someone to talk to you, you will have to pay for phone help.

Here are the simplified instructions.


Press Mode to step thru various options, you only need to get to CLK.

Then set the hour, minute and day of the week first.

If you want the timer to go on & off at the same time for 7 days, you must program 7 times.

Good luck, Gary


Setting the Time of Day

Press MODE to go to the Clock (CLK) settings. The display will flash with 12:00 AM.

Press HOUR+ to stop the flashing.

Press HOUR+ and M+ to set the current time in hours and minutes.

Make sure that AM and PM settings are correct.

Note: The day of the week is shown at the bottom of the display. If you have not programmed the calendar settings,

be sure to also set the current day of the week while programming the current time. To do this, press DAY until the
correct day of the week is shown. The CLOCK settings are now complete.

Press MODE to go to the first PGM screen. See Fig.9

Use DAY, H+ and M+ buttons to set the days, hours and specific times that you would like the timer to turn ON.

(NOTE: Be sure the word ON is displayed when setting the ON time.)

Press NEXT ON/OFF to program an OFF time.
Repeat the same steps for all 7 ON/OFF operations, if required.

Aug 29, 2011 | Intermatic Inc. EJ500C Digital Wall Switch...

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I am trying to st the timer to turn on at 5PM and turn off at 11PM.


You posted under Intermatic HB88RC timer
If you have different timer, add a comment

HB88RC timer manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/hb88rc.pdf

HB88RC programming Instructions:
Install AA battery in timer so display will show, and you can program

Set clock:
Hold down clock button.
Press day button until current day displays.
Press Hour button until current hour displays.
Press min button until current minute shows.
Release clock button

Program timer:
Press PROG button until 1 ON displays
This is Event1 ON
Press Day button until selected day or days displays for event1 ON
If you want all week long, then press day button until all days show: MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
Press Hour button until 5pm shows >> this is event1 ON
Press Min button until :00 displays for event1 ON

Press PROG button until 1 OFF displays
This is Event1 ON
Press Day button until selected day or days displays for event1 OFF
Match days with ON time: so press day button until all days show: MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
Press Hour button until 7pm displays >> this is event1 OFF
Press Min button until :00 displays for event1 OFF

When programming is finished, press clock button to display current time

When programming is finished, press MODE button to select MODE > you want AUTO for timer programs to operate
Press MODE button once and this is manual override, and lights come on.
Press MODE button again and RDM displays, this is for random timer operation
Press MODE button 3rd time, and timer is set to AUTO
After setting MODE to auto, press clock button to display current time.

Plug timer into receptacle.
Plug lights into timer.

Dec 18, 2010 | Intermatic HB88RC - 7-Day Programmable...

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Have the timer set on Auto but lights are not on during the ON period. Also do I need to set times for all 7 periods?


No, you do not need to set all 7 timer events.
When event1 ON and event1 OFF are set, press CLOCK button to exit programming and save programs. Or press PROGRAM button and move to event2 ON and event2 OFF. Exit programming any time by pressing clock button.
http://www.intermatic.com/products/timers/consumer%20outdoor%20timers/digital%20timers/hb88rc.aspx

That being said, if events conflict with each other, timer will not operate.
For example event1 ON FR at 7pm and event1 OFF all-days at 11pm.
The days have to match for on-off times.

Another example event1 ON FR at 7pm and event1 OFF FR 11pm, but event2 ON all days 8pm event2 OFF all days 10pm. This overlap will cause timer to skip programs.

If timer is being used in random mode, timer programs cannot be closer than 1/2 hour apart.

When programming is done, press clock button to display current time.
Timer should be ready to go.
Manual is fuzzy at this point, and does not specifically say, but it appears that you only press MODE button when you want to set another mode beside auto.
I e-mailed Intermatic last week about this unclear spot because several folks are writing in about this timer not going into correct MODE after programs are set.
MODE must be set to automatic
Press MODE button once for manual override function
Press MODE again and RDM displays for random >> this is for lights turning on randomly when on vacation.
Press MODE button third time, and AUTO shows on display >> you want timer in AUTO for timer programs to operate.
Here's the trick ... after setting MODE to auto, press clock button to display current time

If timer will not enter AUTO, then timer is defective.
If Intermatic sends response that is pertinent to your question, I will post again on this thread.
Add a comment any time, and I will respond.

Dec 10, 2010 | Intermatic HB88RC - 7-Day Programmable...

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I bought a utilitech three outlet outdoor timer and cannot get it to set. Now I cannot seem to find the instructions that came with it. Where can I download the instructions?


I bought one also but am taking it back today as I am not satisfied with the performance and the internal battery dies losing all programming. The instructions below are word for word from the manual but not all that clear. Since I can't post the diagram from http://www.thencc.com/westinghouse/LS/Instruction/T28499_TimerManual.pdf (if I can post links here), I substituted words in the "Set Mode" section instead. This is for the Utilitech 0149289 model and also applies to the Westinghouse and Stanley equals. Good luck.

3-Outlet Photocell
HEAVY DUTY OUTDOOR TIMER
Tri-Mode Digital Timer
3-Wire Grounded Outlet and Plug
6 in (15cm) AWG 14/3 SJT vinyl cord
Rated: 125V/15A/1875W Tungsten
60Hz


INITIAL USE:
Before initial use, please plug in your timer for at least 1 hour to charge the internal battery. After the LCD display appears, your unit will be ready for programming.

RESET:
Press the "+" and "-" buttons at the same time to reset your timer. This will clear all programmed settings.

SET CURRENT TIME:
Press and hold the "TIME" button to enter the current time. First, set the day of the week: press "+" or "-" button to set today's day.

Press the "TIME" button to enter the hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" buttons to set the current hour. Be sure that AM or PM appears correctly.

Press the "TIME" button to enter the minute setting, Press the "+" or "-" buttons to set the current minute.
Press the "TIME" button to finish setting the current time and return to normal display.

SET MODE:
Press & hold the "MODE" button to scroll between the different Mode settings:

Display Mode Explanation
Digital Timer On/Off at your exact
programmed times (Picture of clock inserted here)
Photocell Countdown Timer On at Dusk or On immediately,
Off after 1-12 hours (Picture of what looks like half sun on horizon)
Digital Timer + Photocell On at Dusk, Off at your exact
programmed times (Combined picture of clock and half sun on horizon)

SET PROGRAM:
After choosing your mode, set the timer program by holding the "PROG" button for 3 seconds, and then follow the appropriate section below.

SET PROGRAM: DIGITAL TIMER
The first setting is "PROG 1 ON" which should appear on the screen. Set the desired day of the week setting for your timer using the "+" or "-" button to scroll between choices. You can select each day individually, Monday to Friday, Saturday/Sunday, or the entire week. To have your timer turn On/Off at the same times every day of the week, be sure to push "+" until all 7 days of the week are lit up for both PROG 1 ON and PROG 1 OFF.

Press "MANU" to enter the "PROG 1 ON" hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" to choose the desired hour for your timer to turn ON. Be sure to cycle through until AM or PM appears correctly.

Press "MANU" to enter the "PROG 1 ON" minute setting. Press the "+" or "-" to choose the desired minute for your timer to go on.

Press the "PROG" button to enter the "PROG 1 OFF" setting. Repeat steps 2 & 3 to set your desired Off time.

You may now either press the "PROG" button to enter additional programs (up to 8), or press the "TIME" button (or wait 15 seconds) to store your program. Your timer will now show the current set time and is ready for use.

SET PROGRAM: PHOTOCELL COUNTDOWN TIMER
The first setting is "PROG 1 ON". Set the desired day of the week program by pressing the "+" or "-" buttons. You can select each day individually, Monday to Friday, Saturday/Sunday, or an entire week. To have your timer turn On and Dusk and Off at the same time every day of the week, be sure to push "+" until
all 7 days of the week are lit up for both PROG 1 ON and PROG 1 OFF.
Press "MANU" to enter the hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" to set:
Display Explanation
d Dusk to Dawn - On at sundown, Off at sunrise
d:01 to d:12 On at Dusk, Off 1 to 12 hours later
S:01 to S:12 On immediately, Off 1 to 12 hours later

You may now either press the "PROG" button to enter additional programs (up to 8), or press the "TIME" button (or wait 15 seconds) to store your program.
Your timer will now show the current set time and is ready for use.

SET PROGRAM: DIGITAL TIMER + PHOTOCELL

The first setting is "PROG 1 OFF". Set the desired day of the week program by pressing the "+" or "-" buttons. You can select each day individually, Monday to Friday, Saturday/Sunday, or an entire week. To have your timer turn On and Dusk and Off at the same time every day of the week, be sure to push "+" until all 7 days of the week are lit up for both PROG 1 ON and PROG 1 OFF.

Press the "MANU" button to enter the "OFF" time hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" to set. Be sure to cycle through until AM or PM appears correctly.

Press the "MANU" button to enter the "OFF" time minute setting. Press the "+" or "-" to set.

You may now either press the "PROG" button to enter additional programs (up to 8), or press the "TIME" button (or wait 15 seconds) to store your program. Your timer will now show the current set time and be ready for use.

MANUAL OVERRIDE:
Press the "MANU" button to choose the timer status:

Display Explanation
ON Continuously ON
OFF Continuously OFF
AUTO Timer will turn On/Off according to program settings

Dec 01, 2010 | Hardware & Accessories

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How to program a woods TD1000 indoor timer


Here's how to set Woods TD1000 timer

This is older timer with backup battery. Plug in timer to see if battery will work. Display shows when battery is charged. No display, then timer is no good.

TD-1000 timer has 8 on-off functions per 24-hour day ...newer timers each offer 7 day function with choices of each-day, week-day, or week-end programming. The wider choices with newer timers may explain why TD1000 instructions are hard to find

Timer has 5 buttons + reset:
TIME MODE PROG HOUR MIN

Set time
Press and hold TIME > use Hour to set hour, Min to set minute
Release Time button ... correct time should show

Program: Capacity for 8 on-off times per day
Press PROG to set first ON time
ON and number 1 are displayed on left
Use hour and minute button to set ON time

Press PROG to confirm
Now, OFF and number 1 are displayed
Use hour and min key to set OFF time

Press PROG to confirm

When 8 programs are set, Press MODE key.
Choose Manual OFF. Manual ON, Auto ON, Auto Off

To use programs, select Auto ON

DST daylight savings time has to be done manually.
Press HOUR MIN button simultaneously > timer set up one hour
Repeat again and timer goes back one hour

Do not plug timer into extension cord > must be plugged into wall

Oct 04, 2010 | Woods Indoor 24 Hour Digital Timer (59203)

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Where can I download instructions for utilitech timer


UTILITECH - Grounded in Quality

Digital 2-Outlet Timer (TE06WHBL)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
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
[Contact the manufacturer; I've already wasted too much time typing
this in:
AmerTac
Saddle River Executive Centre,
One Route 17 South, Saddle River, NJ 07458
800-777-0802
www.amertac.com
Made in China

May 05, 2010 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I have a holiday living power stake timer, how do i program it?


I have the directions for this item and tried to paste them here, but exceeded the amount of space allowed. Will send in several replies. FIRST:

HOLIDAY LIVING HEAVY DUTY OUTDOOR DIGITAL POWER CENTER

MODEL #LW28080 ITEM #0050024

INSTRUCTIONS:

NOTE: To set up Timer for the first time, plug in the timer for 10 minutes, then insert a sharp pointed object or opened paper clip into the pin hole marked "RESET" to clear all settings.

SET THE CURRENT TIME

1. Press the CLOCK button.

2. Press the DAY button to set the current day of the week.

3. Press the HOUR button to set the current hour. Be sure to take note of AM / PM.

4. Press the MIN button to set the current minute.

5. Press the ENTER button to finish setting the time.

Note: If you do not touch any buttons for 10 seconds, it will automatically save the time.

Continue to Digital Timer Mode or Photocell Timer mode below.

To have your lights turn on and off at specific times throughout the week, choose Digital Timer Mode.

To have your lights turn on every day at dusk and off at dawn or after 1 - 12 hours, choose Photocell Timer Mode.

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