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more details please... What device... any more info? Stephen

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Search on google, put in above details and see what comes up

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standard for electric code in the USA... White is the ground wire. Black is the 120vac hot wire. Green is ground.
Connect atl the white wires to a pigtail. Connect all the black wires to a pigtail. Wire the white pigtail to the white on wall. Connect the black to the black on the wall. Connect the green to the bare wire .

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This is a Defiant timer, and there are videos on the Web for operating it. Home Depot also has a page on operations.

You physically rotate the whole outer ring, clockwise only, to line up the time (as printed, observing day and night) with the small 'time now' index arrow on the center button. This is common to many of these 'rotating wheel' timers. I attach a link to the Defiant instructions for this model:

https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfimages/47/47f2ab33-d4d1-4b19-9770-0628170ca7ca.pdf

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Google (tork)(EGUM100)(manual) without parens for instructions.

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I can't find a Tork S5703ZA timer. Home Depot has a Tork SS703ZA Smart timer manual here: https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfimages/e5/e58965ff-c4da-4d2c-b62d-accd1249d990.pdf . To reset the clock, simply press the Reset button. To clear all of the settings in the timer, press Enter, then press Del, followed by pressing Enter again. See page 2 of the manual for these directions.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Remove the internal battery for at least five minutes. The capacitors will drain and default to factory settings when you put it back.

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Have you lifted the zone 3 and 4 wires off the controller? It's possible you have a valve problem where the 3 and 4 valves are not closing even though they're not getting power. May need new solenoids for those valves. I would also use a voltmeter at the 3 and 4 valves (look for AC voltage, OR disconnect one wire on each valve and see if you get a different result). A long shot is that somehow some wiring has gotten shorted between the controller and valves and is powering the valves when they shouldn't be.

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manufacturer for that type of information

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It can prevent a litigious visitor from suing you if he fails in your yard at night.

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Try using toothpicks, broken off inside of the hole. It will work like a champ!

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