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Timer won't advance. Set time @ 3PM it never changes

Plugged into a known good AC outlet and set timer for current 3PM time. After 2hours the time remains at 3PM.

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Check following link for troubleshooting
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How to troubleshoot timers

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Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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SOURCE: How to set timer. Westek TE06WHB 2 Outlet Digital

1) Westek TE06WHB is sold at Target in back of store near extension cords.
Lowes also sells identical timer under different brand and model number
You can buy a timer, and cut open side of package and slide out the instructions.
Scan instructions into your computer and then take timer and instructions back for refund.

2) Also open following link to identify timer for sure and download manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59377

Two different manuals show for product:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59377.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Westek-TE06WHB-manual.pdf

3) Since there is not enough space allowed in free answer to copy-paste entire manual, if you have difficulties, then add a comment with specific issue and I will answer if possible.

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Posted on Feb 12, 2011

Anonymous

SOURCE: Instructions to set Woods indoor timer 59377

Open following link to identify timer and download manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59377

To set current time, press and hold clock button while pushing hour and minute buttons.
Then release clock button

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Posted on Feb 12, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a HB88RC Intermatic 7 day / 7 event timer.

Just program it as noted previously and put the timer in Auto. Set the clock to 1 min BEFORE your earliest timer program is set to come on. When the clock hits the correct time, it will turn on. Then set the clock to the correct time and you're golden.

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DO YOU HAVE a manual for a woods e227659 TM-068-2 timer?


Woods TM-068-2

Indoor 7-Day Astronomic Timer

125V ac / 60Hz 15A / 1875W general purpose

8A / 1000W tungsten 500VA electronic ballast

15A / 1875W resistive 120V ac / 60Hz / 8,3A ballast

FEATURES:

• Up to 7 different programmable ON/OFF cycles, cycles repeat weekly.

• Programming fl8xibilify: u8hts fun on/off automatically at sunset/sunrise,

or at any programmed times you choose.

• ln Sunrise/Sunset programming mode, timer will automatically adjust the

programmed ON/OFF cycles to match current sunrise/sunset times.

• Timer automatically adjusts to daylight savings time

WARNING: TIMER IS INTENDED FOR INDOOR USE ONLY!

BEFORE YOU BEGIN PROGRAMMING THE TIMER:

This timer has in internal battery backup to save all programming.

  1. Plug the timer into wall outlet for 30 minutes to charge internal battery.

  2. After 30 minutes, unplug timer and press the RESET button with the tip of a toothpick or similar object to clear the memory.

TO SET THE CLOCK:

  1. Press SET. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set the current year.

  2. Press SET. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set the current month from 01 to 12.

  3. Press SET. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set the current date.

  4. Press SET. Daylight savings mode (DST) will appear on the bottom of the display. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set mode to either DST AUTO or DST OFF.

  5. Press SET. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set the current hour. To change between AM and PM, press +/AUTO or -/RDM 12 timers.

  6. Press SET. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set the current minute from 00 to 59.

  7. Press SET. PRESS +/AUTO or -/RDM to set the Astronomic function to your zone - North (nor), Central (cen), or South (sou).

  8. Press SET to view the sunrise time. To adjust sunrise time press +/AUTO or -/RDM. To go back to the default sunrise timer press ON/OFF.

  9. Press SET to view the sunset time. To adjust the sunset time press +/AUTO or -/RDM. To go back to the default sunrise timer press ON/OFF.

  10. Press and hold SET for 5 seconds to exit clock setting mode.

PROGRAMMING THE TIMER

Note: The timer allows a maximum of 7 programmable ON/OFF cycles.

To program the first ON/OFF cycle: Press SET repeatedly to scroll through setting the clock mode.

  1. Press SET to display ON 1 setting.

  2. Press +/AUTO or -/RDM to select day or group of days you want for cycle 1. Scroll to select either every day, any individual day, weekdays only, or weekends only.

  3. Press SET. Set ON hour by pressing +/AUTO or -/RDM to scroll through and choose hour AM or PM, or Sunrise/Sunset icon for first ON setting. Note: To select Sunset or Sunrise for the ON time, you must scroll through all the AM and PM hours first. If you select Sunrise/Sunset as the programmed ON time, press SET to continue programming OFF setting.

  4. Press SET. Press +/AUTO or -/RDM to set ON minute from 00 to 59.

  5. Press SET to display OFF 1 setting.

Repeat steps 2-4 to program desired OFF time.

To program additional ON/OFF cycles: Repeat steps to create additional ON/OFF cycles (ON 2-OFF 2, ON 3-OFF 3, etc.) up to a maximum of 7 different ON/OFF cycles.

Press and hold SET for 5 seconds to exit programming mode. Note: During programming, if no button is pushed for 30 seconds, the timer will automatically return to standby mode. Press ON/OFF to cancel any setting.

Sun tracking technology: Timer adjusts automatically to changing sunrise and sunset times in sunrise/sunset mode is chosen for any programmed ON or OFF time. For example, if you program a cycle to turn ON at sunset and OFF at 10:00 pm, the timer will automatically adjust ON (sunset) time as sunset time changes throughout the year (and will always turn off at 10:00 pm as programmed).

IMPORTANT! REVIEW PROGRAMMED ON/OFF CYCLES: Press SET to advance through all programmed ON and OFF settings. Make sure there are no overlapping ON or OFF times. Stop at any programmed setting you want to change.

To operate timer: Press +/AUTO until AUTO appears in display. Timer must be in AUTO mode for programmed settings to operate. Plug appliance (such as lamp) into timer and plug timer into wall receptacle.

IMPORTANT: Appliance must be turned ON or be in the ON position before plugging it into timer.

SECURITY (RANDOM) MODE: To operate a plugged-in appliance (such as a lamp) in a random pattern while you are away, to simulate actual use: press -/RDM until RDM appears in display. In Random mode, plugged-in appliance will turn on and off at random, approx. +/- 30 minutes from the programmed settings.

To cancel Random mode, press ON/OFF until RND disappears from display. Timer will now function using your previously programmed settings.

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS (DST) MODE: If timer is in DST AUTO mode, clock time (and sunrise and sunset time) will automatically increase 1 hour on the second Sunday in March at 02:00 am and decrease 1 hour on the first Sunday in November at 02:00 am.

TO OVERRIDE THE TIMER: Press ON/OFF until desired mode is displayed:

ON: Programmed settings will be overridden; the plugged-in appliance will remain on

OFF: Programmed settings will be overridden; the plugged-in appliance will remain off

AUTO ON: Turns plugged-in appliance on immediately until the next programmed OFF time. Press ON/OFF until ON displays on the screen, then press +/AUTO and AUTO will display on the screen.

AUTO OFF: Turns plugged-in appliance off immediately until the next programmed ON time. Press ON/OFF until OFF displays on the screen, then press +/AUTO and AUTO will display on the screen.

RDM ON (Random ON): Turns plugged-in appliance on immediately until the next random off. Press ON/OFF until ON displays on the screen, then press -/RDM and RDM will display on the screen.

RDM OFF (Random OFF): Turns plugged-in appliance off immediately until the next random on time. On/Off times will vary +/- 30 minutes from the programmed settings. Press ON/OFF until OFF displays on the screen, then press -/RDM and RDM will display on the screen.

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Dec 12, 2017 | Woods Hardware & Accessories

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Ge smart timer-won't work after I changed off/time-no voltage to light


Hello Terry. Which GE digital timer do you have?
Copy following link to identify timer, and download manual.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html

Reset timer using reset button.
If timer has no voltage, then check outlet.
Check circuit breaker.
Check that light bulb is good.
If timer is plug-in type, then test outlet with circuit analyzer. Try timer in different outlet with different light.
Re-post question with timer model number, and things you have tried so far.

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Jul 15, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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Need a good vacation timer. Any suggestions?


Copy following link to see analog vacation timers that turn lights on at random times.
Set current time slightly different so lights inside house can turn on-off at slightly different schedules.
Rotate dial to set current time, plug timer into outlet, make sure bulb is good, turn light ON, and plug light into timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#vacation
Multi-function digital timers, such as Woods 59377, and lifetime-warranty Intermatic DT620 also have vacation feature, and timers have 2 outlets, but programming is more complicated than using analog timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59377
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#digital

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Jul 13, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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How do you set a stanley item 58487 outdoor timer


I had the same problem and found no help online. Finally located the manual. Here's what is says:
Plug timer into power outlet. "C" will appear on the Digital LED.
Set current time: press the "TIME" button repeatedly to set the current hour. The dot at the bottom right of the Digital LED will appear to indicate PM hours.
Set off time: press the "OFF" button repeatedly to set the OFF hour.
Press the "TIME" button to complete the programming. Timer is now set to turn the plugged-in devices ON at dusk and OFF at the time you set.

Dec 15, 2010 | Garden

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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 you program a Tork 602A timer? I can't get mine to cycle on and off at a desired time.


The Tork 602A mechanical outdoor timer with 2 grounded outlets.
Tork 601A and 602A manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Tork-601A-Manual.pdf
Manual has images of timer that will help.

Plug timer into outdoor outlet.
To set current time, rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
Dial is divided into light and dark sections that represent day or nighttime hours.
Reset time after power outage.

96 pins located around timer dial are used to set on-off times.
Each pin represents 15 minutes in 24 hour day
Move pins in-or-out with fingernail or ink pen to set timer on-off functions.
With Tork timers, usually when pins are out, timer is ON.
When pins are in, timer is OFF.
To double-check pin setting, manually rotate timer to watch when lights turn on-off.

Set multiple ON/OFFs each day.
Change on-off times by resetting a pin or two.
Timer repeats every 24-hours.

Manual ON/TIMER switch is located on inner dial.

Set Manual switch to TIMER for programs to operate.
To override time and turn on Load, move override to ON position.

Dec 09, 2010 | TORK 601A 24 Hr Mechanical Outdoor Timer ...

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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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With the power center, do the yellow (daytime circuits only work from 12am to 11:59pm, even if the program setting is from say 7 am to 3pm?? and when you set the "time cycles" which number corresponds to...


Yellow outlets are controlled for 12 hours (approx).
Your schedule is 8 hours.
To solve problem: The timer does not know what time it is until you set current time. So set current time so your 8 hour schedule falls within the 'daytime' hours.
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#zilla

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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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