- Setting the present time: Rotate the dial so tha the present time is lined up with the arrow. Note: Dial is set up for 24 hour day (A.M. hours are 1 to 12, P.M. hours are 13 to 24) Example: 2 P.M. = 14 on the dial.
- Setting the ON/OFF function: Note the black time indicators behind the dial. Each time indicator represents 15 minutes. When setting the ON/OFF function, you have to push the appropriate time indicators down, away from the dial. Example: Setting the generator to turn on at 8 A.M. and turn off at 10 A.M. All time indicators between 8 (8 A.M.) and 10 (10 A.M.) must be pushed down, away from the dial. When setting the time indicators, be careful not to turn the dial away from the present time.
- Note the RED ON/OFF switch on the side of the Timer. Pushing this switch away from the nearby receptacle will activate the timer. Push this switch toward the receptacle to deactivate the Timer. The Timer has two electrical receptacles. A maximum of two generators can be controlled at one time, on the same schedule. Do not connect more cords (multiple generators to a single plug) to the timer.
- Plug one or two generators into the timer. Set the ON/OFF switch to ON. Plug the Timer into an 125 VAC electrical outlet, and the Timer set-up is complete.
|Dimensions||9 × 9 × 9 in|
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