@ wrote... (16 years ago)

Chances are I'll never remember this for next time, so here are the instructions on how to set this damn thing. Model number 6112600 for the Google machine.

To set the time:

Hold in the TIME button until things start to blink. Use HOUR and MIN and WEEK as you'd expect to set the time. Hit TIME again to save.

To set the start time:

Hold in TIME until it looks like you're going to set the time again, but hit ON to set the start time. Set the time, but then, very important, hit WEEK to select a day, then SET to put a little box around it. I highlighted Mon through Fri so I'll have a light on in the morning. Hit TIME to save the changes.

To set the stop time:

Same as the start time, but hit OFF after TIME. Make sure you select all the same days as you did in the start selection or your lights will stay on for days at a time.

Turn On/Off Alarm:

The big TIME button in the center turns on and off the alarm.

There ya have it, as good as a manual. Better than the manual if the rumours are true.

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Comments: 13
Bruce Cole @ April 17, 2010 wrote... (13 years, 10 months ago)

Ok, that worked to get my date and time set. Now how do I 'connect' the remote to the timer? I put in new batteries in both the remove and 'home' unit. Is there a way to 'pair' them? Bruce

Kurt Neufeld @ June 14, 2010 wrote... (13 years, 8 months ago)

I'm afraid I have no idea. My remote “just works”. Sorry.

Dave @ February 20, 2013 wrote... (11 years ago)

Just dusted one of these timers off to use. Your instructions were a valuable resource. Thanks!

Kurt Neufeld @ February 20, 2013 wrote... (11 years ago)

I'm happy to hear that. Despite the few comments, this page continues to be my one of my most popular. Kinda sad on several levels… ;)

Jeffrey @ November 30, 2014 wrote... (9 years, 2 months ago)

You're a good man Charlie Brown - instructions work a treat.

Jeffrey @ December 3, 2017 wrote... (6 years, 2 months ago)

Every year, here I am to set the timer for the Christmas lights.

John @ June 5, 2018 wrote... (5 years, 8 months ago)

Works for mine. When it beeps every so often I think that means the backup button batteries are low. Press the time button to toggle timer mode on and off- display shows clock symbol at top in timer mode. Anyone know what the set button does?

Kurt @ June 5, 2018 wrote... (5 years, 8 months ago)

Yes, the occasional beep means low batteries. As per my instructions, the SET button selects which day you want the timer to fire.

Garr @ January 29, 2019 wrote... (5 years ago)

Thanks. Works well

Vancouverite @ November 30, 2019 wrote... (4 years, 2 months ago)

Setting up Christmas tree, a visit to your page to set my timer has become a yearly tradition. Merry Christmas and see you next year.

Kurt @ December 1, 2019 wrote... (4 years, 2 months ago)

It's a strange little Christmas tradition but I'm glad I'm a part of it. ;)

Joe @ December 4, 2019 wrote... (4 years, 2 months ago)

So easy. Thanks! Now have to get new batteries since it keeps beeping.

Celia @ August 5, 2020 wrote... (3 years, 6 months ago)

I lost the original instructions to the timer almost right away and found you several years ago after googling the model number. If only all google searches were as fruitful! Thank you thank you thank you for your great site.

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