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Operating manual calpump trt-150

There is not a manual posted for that low-voltage power pack.
Re-post question and Describe the buttons clearly, and describe what you know about the timer for possible instructions since timers that have similar buttons also have similar programming, and other known timers may be identical.
The toggle switch on far right appears to be manual override.
The timer is 12 volts, with output for 75-150 watts, implying 14 gauge wire with maximum length 50 foot.
The timer appears to be a knock-off product from Red China with questionable warranty coverage, that is probably sold wholesale under different product number for considerably cheaper price requiring 1000 unit purchase.
You might search low voltage timers from china for a different product number, and possible pdf manual posted under that different product number.
Copy following links to identify possible same-similar timer:

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Jul 17, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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I just purchased a 2005 dodge Dakota last week and I drove it a little more than 100 miles and the abs and brake light came on. What should I do

you probably need new rotors for your braking system. if the rotors become excessively worn, they tend to produce excessive heat, which interferes with the antilock brake system.

there is a small chance that the rotors can be "turned" at an auto shop instead of being entirely replaced. rotors tend to wear unevenly, and should be "turned" every time the brake pads are changed. "turning:" the rotors is a process where they grind down an unevenly worn rotor to straighten it's surface back out, and is commonly ignored by "do-it-yourself'"'ers and "shade tree"mechanics.

if you are determined to do it yourself, you will have to just replace the rotors, as only an experienced mechanic can determine *for certain* whether "turning" the rotors is still an option, as well as the process of "turning" rotors requires the use of a specialized grinding machine. i would strongly advise against (i.e. FORBID!!!) attempting to use a common grinder or lathe to "turn" the rotors yourself, as this will almost certainly result in rotors which are still uneven, or, more dangerously, ground too thin to be safely used. DO NOT attempt to grind rotors yourself, or you may damage your rotors beyond repair and/or turn your vehicle into a deathtrap!!!

if teh ABS light is coming on simply because your rotors need "turned", then you will *likely* notice an apparent shuddering or shaking when applying the brakes. if your rotors are overheating because they have been worn too thin, then you will not necesarrily have any noticeable shudderring or shaking.

if they are worn too thin, then "turning" is not an option, and the rotors will have to be replaced entirely.

Mar 26, 2011 | 2005 Dodge Dakota

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Stealth flyer ii bottom propellor wont rotate. any help on how to fix

Ya, I've got that problem too. I note that the bottom rotor spins without turning the gear inside the copter (I can hear the gear when I turn the top rotor. So I'm thinking that maybe the rotors plastic sleeve was glued to the shaft and that came loose. But I'm a little hesitant to put glue in there until I'm sure!

Dec 29, 2010 | Toys

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The top rotor of my syma S107 is not working and the motor is making a different sound. What should I do?

This is a counter rotational craft and thus there should be two electric engines turning one rotor each. The top rotor is probably connected to the lover gear, and thus this is where you should start looking.

When you turn your top rotor, do any of the gears move? Try holding the gear while turning the rotor also, if the rotor is spin able while holding the gear then your rotor shaft is damaged and the entire rotor should be replaced if possible.

Also, try turning both rotors and see if one spins heavier than the other. This should
also indicate damage to the construction, or the engine.

If everything is looking all right, and all the gears turns all the way to the engine, and everything looks tight, then it is a great possibility your engine is fried.

Many of the sets have easily changeable rotors and rotor shafts, and some also have easily changeable gears. However, most cheap crafts like this do not have easily changeable engines. I do not know this model, so this you have to investigate. Now, it is possible to do engine shifts by yourself even if the manufacturer does not provide spare parts, but I

Dec 23, 2010 | SYMA Toys industrial New Syma S107 Mini...

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Is it worthwhile turning the rotors on my 2006 Highlander? Original brake pads are finally worn at 57,000 miles and "pulsing" a little, usually indicating rotors should be turned with pad replacement. I...

I agree with what you were told about turning the rotors. With the lower cost of replacement rotors and the metal in the original rotors, does make them hard to turn and stay true.

Feb 07, 2018 | 2006 Toyota Highlander

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Shake in front end

yes that is a very common feeling in warped rotors, if you feel the brake pedal the pulsing then you defintly have warped rotors, replace rotors and brake pads, never reuse pads when they have been in contact with a warped rotor, they will cause the new rotors to warp also

Jun 28, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Tracker

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Pw5500 Calpump not working

replace the breaker with a higher amp breaker . Thank you for useing fixya please take the time to rate me

Feb 09, 2009 | PW Calpump Pw5500 Waterfall Pump 5750 Gph...

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Rotor's warped

Rotors are a part of the disc brake braking system, and they warp due to a number of things. And the amount they warp ranges from very little, to quite a bit, so much so that you can feel the warpage in the brake pedal when you stop.

They can cost from $20.00 to $150.00 per rotor, depending on the vehicle. They can be turned at the auto repair shop for about $10.00 per rotor. There is 1 rotor per wheel. Turning them gives you a new rotor for all intents and purposes, but once turned, depending on how much was turned off, they cannot be turned again. So a badly warped rotor might can be turned, or might be too warped to be turned. A slightly warped rotor might can be turned again.

Jan 27, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Malibu

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