http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#1015The Paragon 1015 timer is a 24-hour timer
The tripper pins or tabs are built into the timer dial.
This timer has NO and NC terminals.
NO NC terminals mean the timer can control two different circuits.
One circuit would be ON when the other circuit is OFF.
When the timer turns on, the circuits change so now one circuit is OFF and the other circuit is ON.
If you have just one circuit, then the following instructions will help you.
If your timer controls two circuits, you can add a comment and I can help further.OK, your timer controls one circuit
Locate the tabs on the timer dial.
Push down all the tabs.
Now lift all the tabs for the times you want your Load to turn ON
So if you want the Load to turn ON from 7pm to 5am, then lift all the tabs between those times.
Now when the timer dial rotates, the tripper tabs operate an on-off lever that turns the Load ON and OFF.Set current time of day
The timer has to be set to current time.
For example it's 6pm.
Grasp and rotate dial until 6pm lines up with the stationary red pointerSkipper wheel:
The 1015 series has a skipper wheel that lets you skip days of the week.
On these days the timer program will not turn the Load ON or OFF
So if your regular schedule is ON from 7pm to 5am, then the Load will remain OFF for those times.Set skipper wheel:
Locate day to be skipped on the small dial.
Raise the set screws for the days you want to skip
Raise set screw until it is tight, but do not forceAfter a power failure
, current time of day has to be reset.
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