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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE 15086 7-day Digital Wall
I think this is the dealy timer you have installed and if your relay is connected to the other side it becomes and switched on timer.
So I think if the timer controller is correct you must connect the lamp to the OFF relay and when the door is opened the lamp wil light up for the designated time set.
Is that so?
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
SOURCE: GE 7 day timer 15091
1) If you have chronic problems with electronic timers, then circuit is suspect. Buy cheap circuit analyzer and plug into same outlet. Try timer on different outlet on different circuit breaker. Change Load (lamp, fan) to see if same problem occurs with different load.
2) Maximum load for GE 15091 is 600 watts incandescent. There is no HP rating, so timer probably not made for motor loads since motors draw high initial amperage. For heavier duty timer, with 1250W incandescent and 1/3 HP, select Woods 59201.
3) I have tested GE timers. They are made well.
The 15091 is sold under different brand names, so it is successful design that's been around a while.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
SOURCE: everything turn on but the
Your question is mention for vacuum. However from small description is sound like a microwave oven is that correct? I
f yes waht brand and what model?
Also did you have any other problem in the past?
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
SOURCE: I have a double timer
i am assuming that you have the timer type where the clock dial turns rather thann the digital type.
there are only 2 real options for this problem if this is the case.
one is that the motor that turns the timer clock has died. the only solution here is to replace the timer. it is nearly impossible to get another clock motor for this type of unit, most newer timers are digital. the other possibility is that the dial has worked loose on the motor shaft, and the shaft is turning but the clock dial, and the selectors, are not turnning. check if there is a screw in the centre of the dial, it will probably have a cover or sticker of some kind over it. if there is a screw, make sure it is done up tight. other than that, there is very little you can do to these timers other than replace them. they are not designed to be repaired, and they are usually cheap enough to get. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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