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Need instructions to set time for 8 outlet power Strip timer Utilitech

Digital 8 Outlet Power Strip Timer. I was able to set timer to go on, but cannot set timer to go off.

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Copy following link to identify power strip timer:

Zilla, Utilitec, GE strip timers use basically the same format for programming.
For each ON time, there has to be a corresponding OFF time, and days for On and Off times cannot conflict.
Best guess: you have a conflict or incomplete on-off program.

With Zilla timer, there is added level of complexity since the ON-OFFs are set for different day and night outlets.

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Posted on Sep 01, 2012


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Utilitech 2 outlet timer - 0155671

Each outlet has same on-off programming.
Utilitec does not make 2-channel timer.... and neither does any other consumer timer company... unless you buy a box timer like Intermatic ET 1100 or 1800 series etc 2-4-6-8-12 channel timers.

To have 2 different programs from same outlet, then buy 2 bar timers that both fit same outlet, and then program each to suit need.

Many bar timers are 24-hour instead of 7-day.


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I have a powerbar with 8 outlets 4 always on 4 controled by a digital timer with 6 buttons, Top row Day, Hour, Min. Bottom row Clk, Mode, Prg. When i set the timers my lights dont shut off or correlate to...

1) Copy following link to identify timer and download manual:

2) Check that battery is operable,
Move selector switch to ON position.
Check that each program has ON and OFF times set.
Check that each ON time has same days of operation as OFF time.
To delete programs, hold down MODE button and press Prog button.
Check outlet has correct polarity using circuit analyzer.
Try power strip on different outlet.
Check load rating of timer matches type of load being controlled.
This timer might not work for CFL inductive loads, try with ordinary light bulb.

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Problem of Utilitech digital 8 outlet power strip timer

Copy following link to identify exact timer, and download possible manual.

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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I need a manual for UTILITECH #0148373.. and i need it now! PLease help me..i need to know how to use this product. HELP PLZ!

Open following link to correctly identify product:

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Set on-off times by moving pins.
Pins are located on dial and stick up. They can be moved back and forth like stick-shift on car.
See example of pins at following link:

Turn ON lamp.
Light bulb is good.
Plug lamp into timer.
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