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Just need directions to print off


not sure if this will help you at alI, but I found this answer on the following website: .askmehelpdesk.com

and an answer to a similar model here: http://www.intermatic.com/images/misc/158ej12685ref.pdf Good luck

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off

Jan 02, 2015 | Hardware & Accessories

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Delete legends of darkness


click control panel then programs then find whatever you whant to delete and then click on it and at the top click delete and wait until finished.at the end return to desktop ok?

Oct 16, 2014 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Screen gone dark


Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions EIDE SATA

the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure dust free connections and are not faulty

computers need power and data to travel through every working device and to continue its cycle and to have an end so any faulty leads will end up with a computer error

Click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers
You might need to upgrade your graphics card drivers

you might have to remove your graphics card to make sure the socket is clean
restart your computer the reinstall it this should activate found new hardware wizard
if your computer came with a mother board disk the drivers could be on it

click start control panel display desktop you can select a different desktop from the drop down list
or a browse button where you can select different pictures this may vary depending on your operating system

also you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal size,larger size or custom settings
always click APPLY after making any changes


hope this helps

Jul 03, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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No problem. just trying to download updates. 1 year


Garmin periodically releases updated maps for its GPSdevices. The my Garmin website offers convenient access for managing yourGarmin devices and finding the map updates you need. Garmin offers threeoptions for map updates: free download, single-purchase download or lifetimesubscription. Regardless of which option you choose, the process to downloadmap updates to your Garmin is the same.TOOLSAND INTRUCTION NEEDED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM1 Connect your Garmin GPS to your computer. Locate theUSB ports on your computer and on your GPS. The GPS ports are typically on theback of the device and may be hidden by a protective cover or rubber cap. Plugone end of the USB cable into your computer and plug the other end of the USBcable into your GPS. Power on the GPS.2 Sign in to my Garmin(see Resources) with your username and password. If you do not have an account,click the Create New Account link to register your Garmin devices.3 Click the my Maps tab to display a list of yourregistered devices and their associated maps. Click the Map Downloads link todisplay a list of available map updates for your devices. Select PC Download orMac Download link.4 If you are alerted to run the Garmin CommunicatorPlug in, click Run. When the Plug in has detected your GPS and is ready todownload the map update, click the Launch Download Manager button.5 At the Save As prompt to save the map update, notethe location or select a new location to save the file. Click the Save button.6 When the Map Update file has finished downloading,click the Launch button.7 At the "Welcome to the Garmin Map Update"screen, click Next.8 After the Map Update USB Driver Check finishes, clickNext.9 Follow any instructions on the Map Update SuccessfulInstallation screen. Click Next.10 At the Software Data and License Agreement screen,select the checkbox to accept the agreement. Click Next.11 After the update installation finishes, click Finishto exit the program.12 Disconnect your GPS from your computer.Thanks.

Sep 18, 2011 | Garmin nuvi 255W GPS Receiver

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How to reprogram my Woods N1506 Timer


Manual and image for Woods/Noma N1506 outdoor timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#N1506

SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
Timer is only set to nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Dec 13, 2010 | Woods Outdoor Lighting Timer

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How to program my Woods N1506


Manual and image for Woods/Noma N1506 outdoor timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#N1506

SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
Timer is only set to nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Dec 13, 2010 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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How do I set my Woods N1506 timer?


According to another fixya answer posted December 4 2009:

SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer - The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button - It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button - Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again - the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button - Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Nov 23, 2010 | Woods Outdoor Lighting Timer

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My sony walkman nwz b133f(b) wont start. when on, it says boot error... what should i do? do u have the firmware availble that i can download myself?


I had the same problem but i solved it.
Follow the folliwing steps.
1- Download firmware nwz-b133f (firmware nwz-b130 V-1.01)
2- Download firmware nwz-b103 (firmware nwz-b100 V-1.3)
3- First execute firmware nwz-b100 , connect your walkman when the programm
asks: please connect device. Then the program ask format your device
you will loose all the data , click accept.
4- Don´t disconnect your device , wait until format and dataload are finished.
This is necesary because firmware nwz-b130 doesn´t do the format.
5- Disconnect your walkman and you will see it doesn´t start (logical it ain´t his
firmware)
6- Now execute firmware nwz-b130 , connect your walkman when the programm
asks: please connect device. Don´t disconnect your walkman wait until program ends.
7- When finished disconnect your walkman the save way.
8- Ready like new.
Greetings Quicktronics here from Mexico.

Sep 11, 2010 | Sony NWZB133F MP3 Player

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Download videos


Plug the USB data cable into the and connect the opposite end into one of the USB ports on your computer. The computer states it has detected a new device.

Launch the Sony Media Manager program (either double-click the desktop icon or select "Start," "All Programs" and finally "Sony Media Manager"). The program automatically detects the device.

Select the "Videos" tab, and then click-and-drag a video file into the open window from your computer. The video file location on the computer may vary, depending on where you saved the content to.

Wait for the video files to upload to the (the video files automatically begin uploading to the device once you drag the file into the open program window). Do not disconnect the device from the computer while the upload is being performed. If you do, you may corrupt the device. Once the upload has finished, you may close out the program and disconnect the MP3 player from your computer.

Aug 31, 2010 | Sony NWZS716FSNC Digital Media Player

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I need instructions for using my N1506 timer.


SETTING NOMA N1506 TIMER

Plug in timer – The letter C will Flash

TO SET CURRENT TIME:
Press Time Button – It will advance to 1 a.m.
Continue pressing until right time to the nearest hour.
(NOTE: A dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M. hours).

TO SET ON AND OFF TIMES FOR TIMER OPERATIONS:
Press Mode button – Letter P will flash inviting you to set the program
Press Time button repeatedly until required staring time appears in the window. (starting time is now displayed).
Press Mode button again – the letter E now flashes.
Press time button repeatedly until required ending time appears in the window. (Note: a dot at the bottom right corner of the display indicates P.M.hours).
Press Mode button and the display returns to the current time.

Programming is now complete. You may now plug in whatever needs to be turned on. The device will turn on and off automatically every day at the times you have just selected.

TO REVIEW THE PROGRAM
Press time button – Displays successively, for 1-2 seconds each: P, starting hour and E, ending hour. Then returns to show the current time..

TO CHANGE YOUR PROGRAM
Unplug the timer, which will discontinue the current program. After 10 seconds, plug it in again and proceed to set current time. Then continue with the programming steps as above.

FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE
Pressing the Mode button at any time will turn on the devices plugged into the timer. The display will indicate the letter O. The devices will remain on until the ending time of the daily program. To return the timer to the automatic mode prior to that hour, press the Mode button again. The display will return to show the current time.

AFTER A POWER INTERRUPTION/FAILURE
The timer will return to displaying a flashing C and the devices plugged into it will be off.

Dec 04, 2009 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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