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How do I set automatic timer on AC1 Hozelock watering system?


incorrect operation. 1. Remove screws and back cover. 2. Insert two 1.5V 'C' Alkaline batteries. (Check + and - are correct.). IMPORTANT: Rechargeable batteries must not be used. 3. Replace batteries each season. (max 12 months use) MAINTAINING THE WATERPROOF SEAL 1. Ensure that rubber seal is positioned correctly. 2. Replace back cover and screw down tightly. 3. Repeat each time back cover is removed. HOW TO PROGRAMME THE TIMER There are two watering operations - Automatic and Manual. AUTOMATIC OPERATION Automatic ON 1. Turn dial clockwise to AUTO START at actual desired start time (e.g. To start watering each day at 15H00 you must set your AC1 when the actual time of day is 15H00). The timer has now memorised the auto start time until it is reset and will operate every day at this time. Use of manual ON or OFF does not cancel memory. 2. Turn dial anti-clockwise to: a) Chosen duration for once-a-day operation, or b) Chosen programme for all other watering frequencies (see table). The timer will now automatically run the selected program repeatedly until a new option is selected. GB 2 Automatic OFF Turn dial to Manual ON or OFF. If you wish to return to Automatic watering re-select the desired watering programme. NOTE your auto start time remains memorised until a new one is selected. Changing start time Turn dial clockwise to AUTO START at new chosen start time. Changing watering programme Turn dial to new programme. Do not turn dial to AUTO START unless a new start time is desired. MANUAL OPERATION Manual ON Turn dial anti-clockwise to ON. Water will flow for 60 minutes maximum or until turned to OFF setting. Note: After 60 minutes water shuts off. Knob will still point to ON and needs to be manually set to OFF or to desired number of automatic watering minutes. Manual OFF Turn dial clockwise to OFF. Note: Operation is only audible when valve opens and closes. To check that timer is working, switch to manual ON or OFF to hear valve operate. CONNECTING THE TIMER TO THE TAP Use supplied adapters if required. Tighten to ensure no leaks

Jun 25, 2018 | Hozelock Garden

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RECEIVER KEEPS SHUTTING OFF


it sounds like you have the auto power down/auto power off turned on which is diffrent from the sleep time which can only be set for two hours and the auto power down/off feature can be set for many hours and is always on unlike the sleep timer which must be set each time, you will be able to find it in the on screen menus and turn it off since it is on the moment you turn your unit on and your owners manual will explain exactly how to do it and if you dont have the manual just goto www.yamaha.com and you can download the manual for free. please let me know if that was the problem

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Jun 12, 2014 | Yamaha RX-V659 Receiver

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Setting the clock on a brinks timer 44-1011


I finally found the instructions for the Brinks timer 44-1011 and they work.
    • BRINKS DIGITAL TIMER 44-1011 INSTRUCTIONS
    • CURRENT TIME SETTING
    • 1*Press and hold the OK button for 4 seconds. Hour Display flashes.
    • 2*Press +/MANUAL or - to select the hour. Press OK to confirm.
    • 3*Minute display will now flash. Press +/MANUAL or - to select the minute. Press OK to confirm.
    • 4*Press MENU to exit the time setting mode. Now the timer is in clock mode.
    • PROGRAM SETTING NOTE: This timer can be set up for up to 2 different programs. We will use PROG 1 for this example, however these steps can be repeated for any of the 2 programs. To cycle through the individual programs use the +/MANUAL or - after pressing MENU in step one until the desired PROG "#" is flashing. To clear a program setting hit the RECALL button when you have the program selected.
    • 1*Press MENU button, PROG 1 "ON" will flash, press OK.
    • 2*Hour will flash. Cycle with +/MANUAL or - to desired hour, press OK.
    • 3*Minutes will flash. Cycle through minutes +/MANUAL or - to desired minute, press OK.
    • 4*Program will be flashing again. Press +/MANUAL to get to PROG 1 "OFF" blinking, press OK.
    • 5*Repeat steps 2-4 to complete PROG 1 setting.
    • 6*When done setting programs press the MENU button to return to clock mode.
    • 7*Press +/MANUAL to have LCD showing either "AUTO ON" or "AUTO OFF" for the timer to execute the programmed settings.
    • DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SETTING (DLST)
    • 1*In clock mode, press RECALL to turn on or off the Daylight Saving Time.
    • 2*Turn on DLST, the below of LCD shows +1H. Time is adjusted by adding one hour.
    • 3*Turn off DLST, +1H will disappear and LCD shows the real time. MANUAL OVERRIDE AND ALWAYS ON/OFF When in clock mode the +/MANUAL sign cycles through
    • 4 settings that serve as manual override. **ON - Indicates that the timer is in the ON mode, and will always be on regardless of the programmed setting. **AUTO ON - At this selection, the timer will come on regardless of the programmed setting, but it will follow the next programmed command. **OFF - Indicates that the timer is always off (i.e. the wall socket is turned off) **AUTO OFF - Indicates that the timer is in the OFF mode until the next programmed step that turns it ON.
    • NOTE: For normal timer function, the selection must be either "AUTO ON" or "AUTO OFF". RESET At any mode, press RESET for 5 seconds. All settings will be cleared, return to clock mode, 12:00 MO, AM, AUTO OFF will be shown on LCD
I hope this is helpful. It was a bear to find.

Dec 24, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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After I set my #055671 2-outlet timer to my turn on and turn off times, I cannot get the my lamp to turn on automatically. What setting should the timer be set on ?? Auto off, Auto on? or what?


There is no repair for defective timer.

I suggest setting timer programs, and then press clock button and timer returns to current time.
At this point the timer is operational, and then do not mess with manual override button.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Utilitec-0155671.html

Correct setting is either AUTO ON -or- AUTO OFF setting.
Auto ON, means lamp turns ON immediately and programming resumes at next set point.
Auto OFF, means lamp turns OFF immediately and programming resumes at next set point.
So you have to wait for time to arrive at set point to see if timer is working.

Troubleshoot from link above:
Check that correct time is set.
Check programming for conflicts and overlaps.
For example ON 8:00 pm Tuesday and OFF 10:00 pm All-days-of-week will cause timer not to operate as expected.
Test outlet with cheap circuit analyzer to ensure that electrical problems are not causing problem.

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Aug 29, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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I need to know more about "Countdown - Auto -


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

59377 manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-59377.pdf

Auto: timer must be set in AUTO for programming to work
The word AUTO is printed on timer face.
Small black triangle will display above the word AUTO when timer is in AUTO

Countdown is feature that lets you set timer ON for set amount of time, and when time expires, timer turns OFF.

Manual button.
I have not tested this specific timer.
Simply plug lamp into timer, and then push manual button to explore feature.
Watch what symbols display, and watch what lamp does.

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Mar 08, 2011 | Woods Industries 59377 Indoor Digital...

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I need NOMA N1508 manual.


answer 1 Function and operation
1 - This timer has 3 working modes
a - Auto Mode(AU)
b - Auto and Temperature Control Mode (AC)
c - Manual Mode (LL)

Press "MODE" button and the LED display will cycle through these three modes.

2 - There is an output indicator light which turns Green (On all modes) and red (Off - manual mode)

3 - There is a bettery backup that can retain programs for about 1 week after power outage.

Operation
1 - On first use . Connect the unit to 125V AC power source. The LED display blinks 'C'. The unit at this moment is in initial state, where time and program need to be set.
2 - Press the "TIME" button, the LED display will now show "12.00", now the unit is entering time setting mode
a - The time interval for this product is 15 minutes
b - Press "TIME" button again. LED dislays 12:15 with each press of the time button the time increases by 15 minutes. If you press and hold the time button for 2 seconds the LED will increase rapidly.
c - After setting the time, press the enter button and the LED will display current time setting.
d - To change the clock press the "Enter" and the "TIME" buttons simultanously to enter the editing mode. Press the "TIME" button to adjust the time. Press the enter button to confirm

3 - To program press "mode" button once and the LED will display "AU" which stands for Auto Mode, press the "MODE" button once again and the LED will display "AC" which is the Auto and Temperature Control Mode. Press the "MODE" button once more and the LED will display "LL" which is Manual Mode. Press enter to confirm the selected mode. Press "MODE" button to role over these three options.

a - Auto Mode
Press "MODE" button and the unit will enter Auto Mode, LED displays "AU"
- Press "ENTER" button to confirm. LED displays "P". Press "TIME" button to set program ON time.
- After the program ON time is set press "ENTER" button to enter program ending time. LED will display "E". Press the "TIME" button to set the ending time.
- Press "ENTER" button to return to normal time display mode.
- The program indicator will be turned on after the ON time and ending time have been programmed
- Press the "TIME" button to review the program ON time setting and program ending time setting. The LED displays "P" and "E" respectively. After that the LED displays the current time.
- In case you want to modify the setting repeat step "a".
*** Note: When entering your program if no action takes place within 15 seconds it will go back to the time screen.

b - Auto and Temperature Control Mode
Press the "MODE" button and the LED will display "AU". Press the "MODE" button again and the LED will display "AC". press the "ENTER" button to confirm.
- The timer activates the load only when the folloewing two conditions are met:
1 The temperature is below -10
2 The program on time p is reached
For instructionsn on how to set the program ON time and the program ending time please refer to the Auto Mode fucntion
- The program indicator will be turned on after the ON time and the ending time have been programmed.
- When the program ending time is not yet reached, the load will be deactivated if the temperature rises above -7 and will be activated again if the temperature drops below -10. Once the prgram ending time is reached the load will be deactivated regardless of the temperature.

C - Manual Mode
Press the "MODE" button to select Manual Mode. When the LED displays "LL" press the "ENTER" to confim. The LED returns to show the current time. Press the "TIME" button to activate the timer the LEd will display ON. Press the "TIME" button again the LED will display off.
- In Manual Mode the output indicator will display red when the load is deactivated and green when activated.
- To exit manual mode press "TIME" and "MODE" buttons simultanously and the unit will return to Auto mode. The loading will be activated and deavtivated according to the previous setting.

4 Output indicator
1 - In Auto Mode ort Auto Temperature Control Mode when the loadind is deactivated the output indicator tunrs off.
2 - In Manual mode the outpur indicator turns red when loading is deactivated.
3 - In Manual Mode, Auto Mode and Auto Temperature Control Mode the output indicator turns green when the output is activated.

To reset all of your settigns including current time and programs, press and hold the "ENTER" button for 5 seconds from the "TIME" mode. answered 3 weeks, 2 days ago by Anonymous

Jan 11, 2011 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Set clock on sd-kv550-su


Hi there,

There are two ways to set the clock on your machine, firstly by using the 'auto clock' feature and also a manual setup, if the auto setup doesn't work then you will need to setup your machine manually. the 'auto clock' feature will atempt set itself up and will take approx 4 mins for the machine to adjust itself. There is also a daylight saving setting which you can either have set to on or off. The auto and manual steps that I have added below have been taken from the user manual for your your Toshiba SD-V295 pages 24 - 26.

Hope this helps,

James

Auto Clock Adjustment
Preparation:
• Turn ON the TV and select the corresponding video input.
• Press VCR DVD selector to select the VCR mode.
(The VCR mode indicator will light.)
1. Connect the Antenna or Cable system.
If you use a cable box, turn it on.
2. Plug the AC power cord to the AC outlet.
3. Make sure the DVD/VCR is turned off.
If you press POWER, the Auto Clock set is not programmed.
4. Wait at least three minutes and press POWER.
5. Press CALL DISPLAY to check the clock setting on the on screen display.
6. If the clock is not set, check the antenna
condition. The AUTO CLOCK may not function properly if the reception condition
is not good.

Manual clock setting
1. Press VCR MENU.
2. Press SET + or – to select “SYSTEM SETUP”, then press ENTER.
3. Press SET + or – to select “CLOCK SET”, then press ENTER.
4. Press SET + or – to set the month, then press ENTER.
5. Set the day, year and time as in step 4.
6. After setting the clock, date and time starts functioning automatically


Apr 25, 2010 | Toshiba SD-V295

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THE CAMERA GOES DEAD VERY SOON WHEN IT TURNS ON. IT HAS GOOD BATTERIES.


Hi, I've scoured the 3 page manual and come up with this.:-
There is nothing wrong with your camera. The camera has a built-in power saving
feature that turns the camera off after 30 seconds of inactivity (default setting) to
conserve battery power. The auto off time setting can be changed in the set up menu.
Changing the Auto Off Time Setting:
1. Set the camera to Camera Mode.
2. Press the Menu button to display the main menu.
3. Press until the Setup is highlighted.
4. Press to enter the Setup submenu.
5. In the Setup menu, press to highlight “Auto Off Time”.
6. Press to enter “Auto Off Time”. Press to highlight the time you want.
7. Press the OK button to save your selection.
Hope this helps

Mar 05, 2010 | Concord Camera Eye-Q 4060AF Digital Camera

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How do I set the time on my Pioneer RT500?


Hi!

Please follow the instructions given below... =)

Setting the clock

The clock is set to the correct time automatically, but it
can also be set manually. The clock can be set for
daylight saving time and time zone.
Preparation:
• Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode.
• Select “CLOCK” from “SYSTEM SETUP”. For the
procedure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the SETUP
MENU”

1 Press SETUP while the DVD and video tape is
stopped.
The SETUP MENU screen will appear.
TIMER REC SET
SYSTEM SETUP
AV SETUP
REC SETUP
CH SETUP
OTHER
SETUP MENU
ENTER/
SELECT ENTER RETURN BACK SETUP END
SELECT
2 Press  or  to select the desired menu and
press ENTER.
The submenu screen of the selected menu will appear.
TIMER REC SET
SYSTEM SETUP
AV SETUP
REC SETUP
CH SETUP
OTHER
LANGUAGE
PARENTAL
CLOCK
DISC SETUP
OTHER
SETUP MENU
3 Press  or  to select the desired submenu and
press ENTER.
The screen for the selected submenu will appear.



CLOCK (manually)
You can manually set the date, year and present time
with the remote control.
Ex.: Setting the clock to “10:20AM” October, 30th, 2004.
1 Select “CLOCK” and press ENTER.
01/01/04 12:00AM
2 Select the desired items using  or  (month,
date, year, hour, minute and AM/PM) then press
ENTER.
3 Press  or  to set the value of the selected
item.
• For the minutes, press  or  once to set the time
minute by minute, or hold down either of buttons
for several seconds to set the time in 10-minute
intervals.
10/30/04 10:200AM
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the date, year and
present time, and press ENTER. The SETUP MENU
will close.
This completes clock time setting.
AUTO CLOCK
You can automatically set the clock by turning “ON” the
AUTO CLOCK function.
When you want to set the auto clock function to “OFF”,
select “AUTO CLOCK”, press ENTER and select “OFF”
from the list.

Auto clock setting
Preparation:
You must connect the antenna or cable before connecting
the AC cord to the power source.
Wait 30 minutes with the power turned off, after the
antenna or cable is connected, for the auto clock
feature to activate.
After the clock is set automatically, you may have to set
the time zone and daylight saving time. (See page 26.)
Press STANDBY/ON to turn on the DVD/VCR after the
auto clock operation completed.
• When shipped from the factory, the “AUTO CLOCK”
option is set to “ON” position.
• If you turn the DVD/VCR on during auto clock
setting, the clock is not set.
• After a power failure or disconnection of the power
plug, the clock setting will be lost. In this case, wait
30 minutes before turning the DVD/VCR on.
• With cable box connection, if the auto clock setting
is unsuccessful, select the PBS channel carrying
the XDS information, then turn the DVD/VCR off.
After 30 minutes, turn the DVD/VCR on.
• If the clock is not set automatically, set the clock
manually.


STANDARD TIME (Time zone)
In the rare event that you live within the broadcast range
of two stations in two different time zones, the DVD/VCR
may recognize the wrong station for the auto clock set.
To correct the situation:
Select “STANDARD TIME” and select the time zone from
the list below.
Selectable time zones and correction times
ATLANTIC: GMT – 4 hours
(GMT: Greenwich Mean Time)
EASTERN: GMT – 5 hours
CENTRAL: GMT – 6 hours
MOUNTAIN: GMT – 7 hours
PACIFIC: GMT – 8 hours
ALASKA: GMT – 9 hours
HAWAII: GMT – 10 hours
AUTOMATIC: AUTO SET
Note
• When shipped from the factory, the “TIME ZONE” is
set to “AUTOMATIC”.
• After making the auto clock setting, in some cases
the clock may display another time zone. You can
correct the clock by selecting your time zone
setting above.
• When the clock is not set or you set the clock
manually, the time zone setting is not available.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
You can set the clock to daylight saving time automatically
or manually.
To select daylight saving time, select “DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME” and select “ON”, while to cancel the
daylight saving time, select “OFF”.
ON: For manual setting (forward 1 hour)
OFF: For manual setting (back 1 hour)
AUTOMATIC: For automatic setting (read XDS in
the signal)
Note
• When you want to set daylight saving time, on the
first Sunday in April you set it to “ON”, and on the
last Sunday in October you set it to “OFF”.
• When shipped from the factory, the “DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME” option is set to “AUTOMATIC”.
• When the clock is not set, the daylight saving time
setting is not available.
• When there is no daylight saving time in your area,
always select “OFF”.

Jan 03, 2009 | Pioneer DVR-RT500 DVD Recorder/VCR

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Honeywell oil radiator


Press the *power button* once to start the heater on high power, continuous run. If left at this setting, the unit will run continuously on high power (1500 watts, 12.5 amps) and will not shut off until the unit is manually turned off.
Press the *power button* again, to change to low power, continuous run, (900 watts, 7.5 amps) and will not shut off until the unit is manually turned off.

Set temperature:

Press the temp/timer button until the temperature icon blinks. Use the up and down arrows to set the desired temperature.
The temperature icon will stop blinking and the current room temperature will reappear after the desired temperature is set.

The heater will turn off and on to achieve the desired temperature.

Set timer: (auto off)

Press the timer/timer button until the timer icon blinks. The hour display will appear. The auto off icon will also appear.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the heater operation time between 1 and 10 hours. This function will activate once the timer icon stops blinking. The heater will automatically turn off whn the times runs out.

Set timer: (auto on)

Press the temp/timer button until the timer icon blinks. The hour display will appear. The auto on icon will also appear.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the heater start time between 1 and 10 hours. This function will activate once the timer icon stops blinking.
The heater will automatically turn on when time expires.

Hope this helps!

Sep 24, 2007 | Honeywell /KAZ HOME ENVIRONME HZ-705 7Fin...

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