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I found a Utilitech timer at Lowes with the item number #0144506. The Utilitech model number for this timer is UTTNID001. If this is the correct timer, the manual is on the product page: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitech-15-Amp-1-Outlet-Digital-Residential-Plug-in-Lighting-Timer/4740850 . Scroll down and expand the Guides & Documents section. The direct link is currently: http://pdf.lowes.com/useandcareguides/054732817825_use.pdf .

I hope this helps.

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Utilitech self-adjusting wall timer # 0192773

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SOURCE: where can I download instructions for utilitech timer

UTILITECH - Grounded in Quality

Digital 2-Outlet Timer (TE06WHBL)
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Instruction Manual & Warranty
Before using your timer please read the following instructions carefully.
FEATURES
- Up to 8 ON/OFF events per day/56 ON/OFF events per week
- Option to program individual days or 8 different weekday groups
- Minimum switching period one minute
- Summertime/wintertime change over
- Easy to read LCD display
- Random automatic ON/OFF security feature
- Countdown feature
- Manual override button
- Rechargeable battery back-up (if there is no LCD display, plug
timer into a wall receptacle, this will recharge the battery)
SETTING TIME
Press and hold CLOCK key, then press DAY key to select correct day,
HOUR key to select correct hour, and MIN key to select minutes. When
MIN key is released, time will be set with seconds starting from 0.
Either holding down or repeatedly pressing appropriate button can
advance days, hours and minutes.
Do not set ON and OFF for same time.
PROGRAMMING EVENTS
The timer has the capacity for 8 ON/OFF events per day.
Save program capacity by using available blocks of days.
Blocks of days are:
1. M,T,W,Th,F,S,Su
2. Individual days of the week
3. M,T,W,Th,F
4. S,Su
5. M,T,W,Th,F,S
6. M,W,F
7. T,Th,S
8. M,T,W
9. Th,F,S
For each ON time and each OFF time--DAY, HOURS and MIN must
be set. Press PROG key onceto set first ON time--"ON" and number
"1" appear to left of LCD display indicating to enter first ON time.
Press DAY button to choose required day or blocks of days, then set
hour and minutes using HOURS and MIN buttons. After setting required
ON time, press PROG button to validate entry and move onto first
OFF time--"OFF" and number "1" appear to left of LCD display
indicating to enter first OFF time by using DAY, HOURS and MIN
buttons as above. Press PROG button to validate this entry. Repeat
remaining 7 ON/OFF settings as required. After setting required
ON/OFF settings, press CLOCK button to return display to clock. Timer
is now ready to operate. Check programmed settings by pressing
PROG button repeatedly--each setting will appear on screen.
MANUAL OVERRIDE
To choose permanent Manual ON, permanent Manual OFF,
Auto ON or Auto OFF, press Manual button. Each mode will be
displayed on screen. When choosing Auto ON, timer turns ON until
next programmed OFF time. The programmed settings will only work
on Auto mode. When Auto mode OFF is chosen, timer is OFF until
next programmed activity. (Inverted black triangle on LCD points
to either AUTO or MANUAL indicating which is selected)
COUNT DOWN FEATURE
To enter count down feature, press CLOCK and PROG buttons
simultaneously. Using HOURS and MIN buttons, set count down time.
(Maximum selection is 9 hours 59 minutes, minimum is 1 minute.)
Press MANUAL button to start countdown. Output will turn ON until
end of count down. Count down may be paused at any time during
period by pressing MANUAL button. To re-start, press MANUAL button
again. To review time during count down period, press and hold
CLOCK button. Release CLOCK button to return to count down display.
Note: To return to timer mode, press CLOCK and PROG buttons
simultaneously.
RANDOM AUTOMATIC ON/OFF SECURITY FEATURE
With this option selected, timer will switch ON and OFF in a random
pattern at least once in every 8 hours. (This may mean timer will
switch OFF within a set ON period, or vice versa.) Ideal for use with
a light--switching it ON and OFF automatically gives appearance of an
occupied home, but not at exactly the same time every day. To enter
Random mode, press DAY and HOURS buttons simultaneously.
An "R" will appear on display and unit will start random switching.
If no programmed times are set, timer will switch ON or OFF
approximately 1 minute after entering Random mode, then continue
randomly. To turn Random mode OFF, press DAY and HOURS buttons
together again.
SWITCH OVER SUMMERTIME/WINTERTIME ZONE CHANGE
To change from wintertime to summertime, press HOURS and MIN
buttons simultaneously. Clock will be set forward one hour and
"S" will appear on display. Repeat same procedure to return to
wintertime.
Note: if unit is purchased during summer, set clock time for one hour
less than correct time, select Auto mode and press HOUR and MIN
keys simultaneously. The unit will then adjust to correct summertime
and "S" will appear on LCD.
RESET
To reset unit for time and programmed ON/OFF settings,
press RESET button.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS and
RATINGS
[Contact the manufacturer; I've already wasted too much time typing
this in:
AmerTac
Saddle River Executive Centre,
One Route 17 South, Saddle River, NJ 07458
800-777-0802
www.amertac.com
Made in China

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

SOURCE: I lost my instructions for my Utilitech timer

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SearchElf - Find Utilitech Timer Instructions
Here is a link to the instructions.

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

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It seems there is more than 1 Utilitec 014289 outdoor timer.
Each has same buttons, but different words under each button.

One has 'week-hour-min' on top row.
Other has 'manu-mode-prog' on top row

Manuals for both types appear on link below
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#6-week

Manuals contain more useful information and illustrations than I can type in an answer and the manuals seem straightforward. If you need help with specific programming steps, add a comment with identification which manual applies to your timer. I will be glad to help for free.

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Also see:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0144506.html

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-If battery will not charge, then check electricity to wall outlet, if electricity is good and battery will not charge, then timer is no good.
-Lamp has to be turned on for timer to work. Check bulb if timer stops working.

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-Press reset button with paper clip to remove any programming.

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Press HOUR until current hour am-pm shows in display.
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Press MIN until ON minute displays.

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