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I exchanged the timer 3 weeks ago because the first one did the same thing. They will not let me use the Auto Mode.
Manual mode overrides the programmed times. The timer is not being set correctly.
Posted on Nov 30, 2019
Testimonial: "Yes, Mamual is supposed to override. It worked great for 3 weeks. The one before was great for a month."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Use the top button to adjust the current time & then push the bottom button once to save. Next is the time you want the lights to turn on & push bottom button once to save. The last setting is the time you want the lights to turn off. Don't forget to use the . (period) indicator for the pm setting. (I had the same problem and had to search the net to find someone else who had posted the instructions.)
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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in the timer.
2- Set the time of the day (on the hour, example. 2. Pm) using the top TIME button. For pm there will be a dot to the lower right of the 6.
3- Once the time is set push the MODE button, this will replace the 6pm with a flashing P.
4- Push the TIME button again to set the time you want the timer to come on. (Remember for 6pm there will be a dot to the lower right of the 6.
5- Push the MODE button once the desired time is set, an E will appear.
6- Push the TIME button again to select the time you want the timer to go off (example 10.pm).
7- Push the MODE Button again. The time of day 2. (Pm) will be displayed. If the timer loses power just repeat the above steps.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: I have Noma outdoor timer
Page showing UPM timers including ET525C outdoor.
Manual for ET525C
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
Timer wiring instructions shown on following page:
You connected the white wire and red wire together, and that is why lights are clicking on-off.
I test timers and have done this intentionally during testing.
Follow instructions shown on link above, and GE timer will work correctly.
Same wiring applies to Tork, Swilight, Utilitec, Woods, Leviton, Intermatic non-battery operated timers.
Instructions are different for Aube, Brinks, UPM and Intermatic battery operated
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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