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Model # 15119

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Store SKU # 544068

24-Hour Plug-In Basic Timer

$3.97 /each
  • Programmable in 30-minute intervals with multiple daily settings
  • Convenient automation for seasonal, lighting and security needs
  • Helps cut energy costs and keep your home safe

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Product Overview

Save money while cutting down on electricity use by using this GE 24-Hour Plug-In Basic Timer. It automatically turns devices on or off and is great for lamps, seasonal lights and portable fans. The timer comes with an override switch and is designed with a dial that can be set in 30-minute increments.

  • Automates indoor electrical devices to help save energy and money
  • Dial is programmable in 30 minute intervals
  • Convenient override switch
  • CFL ready
  • Ratings: 125-Volt AC 60 Hz, 15A, 500-Watt tungsten, 1/3 hp, TV4

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
2.36 
Product Height (in.) 
6.87 
Product Width (in.) 
4.13 

Details

Amperage (amps) 
15 
Color Family 
White 
Color/Finish 
White 
Electrical Features 
Programmable 
Electrical Product Type 
Timer 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Style 
Dial 
Timer Type 
Plug-In 
Voltage (volts) 
125 
Wattage (watts) 
500 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year Limited Warranty 

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lost my directions. how do you set this timer?

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I purchased a Big Button Timer Model 458205 because I was told was the easiest to set up. As I. Am not good with electronics I probably should have asked someone in the store to. Help get this done. I have read the directions and cannot get it done. HELP!!
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November 5, 2013
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push down the button/tab at time you wish it to go on, then push down the button/tab you wish the time to shut off and then push down all the buttons/tabs between the off and on buttons/tabs. On the top of the timer, make sure to slide the tab over to "timer on".
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Seattle, WA, USA
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June 18, 2013
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For example, if your "on" time is 10PM and your "off" time is 6AM, you would press the pins down for the range between 10PM and 6AM.
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San Jose, CA
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November 11, 2012
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Short answer: DOWN=ON, UP=OFF.
Medium answer: Put top slider to the LEFT position labeled "TIMER ON."
Pull all tabs up, press down the tabs that are during the hours you wish to have power flow to the outlet on the right side of the timer. They do not have to be consecutive, you can have it come on for 30 minutes, turn back off, and then come on for 3 hours later in the day -- any configuration you
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Short answer: DOWN=ON, UP=OFF.
Medium answer: Put top slider to the LEFT position labeled "TIMER ON."
Pull all tabs up, press down the tabs that are during the hours you wish to have power flow to the outlet on the right side of the timer. They do not have to be consecutive, you can have it come on for 30 minutes, turn back off, and then come on for 3 hours later in the day -- any configuration you want.
Be very careful to look twice and whether you're setting the daytime or nighttime hours.
Long answer: See attached image of instructions. Read Less
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January 26, 2012
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Pull all the pins out, they will be above the dial face, not flush to it. Push in the pin at the time you want the timer to go ON. Then push all the pins in until you get to the one when you want it to go OFF. Repeat pin setup if you want more than one on/off cycle in 24 hours. Then turn the dial until the current time of day on the wheel matches up with the triangle on the cnter (not turning) part od Read More
Pull all the pins out, they will be above the dial face, not flush to it. Push in the pin at the time you want the timer to go ON. Then push all the pins in until you get to the one when you want it to go OFF. Repeat pin setup if you want more than one on/off cycle in 24 hours. Then turn the dial until the current time of day on the wheel matches up with the triangle on the cnter (not turning) part od the wheel. Pay attention, when setting the pins and wheel, to AM/PM. Thatis where I usually make my mistake. Plug everything in, being careful not to accidently move the wheel. Read Less
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January 17, 2012
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You pull out the tabs for the timeframe you want the timer on, and leave the tabs in for the time you want it off.
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Folsom, CA
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January 10, 2012
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switch the top button to on (non-timer mode); then align the timer notch with current time. Make sure only the times you wanted to turn the outlet ON are pulled up. Once you set this, switch the top button to "timer mode".
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December 7, 2011
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Pull all of the grey tabs, located around the dial, up. Push down the tabs for the period of time you want the light on. Plug the unit into the electrical outlet. Set the current time of day on the dial by turning the grey ring that has the tabs. Plug the lamp into the unit. Slide the grey switch on top of the unit to "timer on". The lamp should cut on and off at the selected times.
I set mine to cut on
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Pull all of the grey tabs, located around the dial, up. Push down the tabs for the period of time you want the light on. Plug the unit into the electrical outlet. Set the current time of day on the dial by turning the grey ring that has the tabs. Plug the lamp into the unit. Slide the grey switch on top of the unit to "timer on". The lamp should cut on and off at the selected times.
I set mine to cut on at 4:30am, off at 10am., on again at 4:00pm and off at 11:30pm.
You can bypass the timer by just sliding the switch on top of the unit to "on" to use the lamp if needed at anytime of day/night.
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December 6, 2011
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For the times you want left on, the spacers remain down. You must flip up all the spacers you do not want lit. The arrow will be set to the current time it is when you are setting.
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October 5, 2011
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You first put all the pins up. Then you push down the pins for the times you want it down. Then twist the dial to set the current time. Once you do that, plug it in and it should be working. Make sure the little switch at the bottom is set to timer. If you move it to "on" then it is always on.
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Los Angeles, CA
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September 17, 2011
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Push Prongs down for hours you want light. Pull prongs up for hours you want no light. Easy. Use a SMALL flat tip screw driver is easiest to set. Fingers too big for small timer.
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Atlanta, GA
June 7, 2011
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Hi bubbles - here is a link to the instruction manual for this timer:
http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/manual-downloads/applications/DocumentLibraryManager/upload/15119-Manual-eng.pdf
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is this timer for two pronged or three pronged appliances?

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Seattle, WA, USA
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June 18, 2013
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It's a polarized (2-prong) plug so you would need a 2-prong to 3-prong adapter for use with 3-prong appliances.
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2 prongs
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This timer has two prongs and accommodates two-pronged cords & devices.
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It's set for 2 prong plugs.
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Two pronged only..
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Two pronged.
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2 prong, as most lamps are.
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It is for two pronged, indoor items.
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2 pronged
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two prong
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August 17, 2011
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Hey there Chaim! I'm Blake from Home Depot's how-to community. This timer is a basic unit for two pronged appliances with a low draw. However I will include a link to another timer that is grounded (three prong) and has a higher capacity.
I hope this is helpful Chaim.
-Blake
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Can this timer be used for a crock pot set on low?

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Absolutely... This is just a basic on off switch set on a specific time schedule. It will not affect the setting on the Crock Pot.
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yes but time is not accurate down to the minute
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As long as your crock pot does not have the third prong on it's plug this should work. The device does not work with devices with the ground prong. I am not sure if the extra power running through the timer for the crock pot will blow a fuse or anything inside the timer though. Hope this helps!
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Don't see why not.
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Yes
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Yes it would since its a timer for anything you plug in.
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it is just programable for 24 hours? our can i program it for 7 days

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just 24 hours one day
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This device can only program on/off for 24 hours. You cannot specify different times for different days of the week.
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24 hours. But leave it plugged in it to keep the same hours for as many days as you like.
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24hrs timer setting.
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Hi Mike,
Thank you for your question.
According to the MFG, The 15119 timer has a 24 hour cycle. Once it has been programmed it will repeat the same on and off times every day. If you are wanting to set up programs that are different depending on the day of the week I would suggest you use a digital 7-day timer such as the GE 15079 or GE 15089 plug in timers.
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You can not set it to where it will automatically shut off after 7 days. BUT, if you leave it plugged in it can run continuously for 24 hours or you can just have something running for a certain amount of hours during each day within that 7 day period. Hope this answers your question.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 129 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Met my Expectations It was hard to set up immediately. Directions said to push down numbers relating tto setting times, but would not push down. Then I raised them all up and was able to set time. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The Basic Timer For those of us who are now meshed in the digital world, this product is not there. The question is what do you need for you to solve a problem. This timer for me solved that problem. It is basic! But it does what is needed to be done at a price that is also basic. For less than $4, it turns on and off a light at approximately the appropriate time. That's all I needed and that's what I got. If you need something that you want accuracy or the ability to switch heavy current, this is not the item. This does what it claims to do and nothing more. If you purchase this timer, you will get what you pay for. No ups and no extras! May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Super purchase for a small amount of money! wanting something to turn radio and lights on and off in our home while we were away we selected a more expensive timer which was so complicated we never could get it to work properly so I bought this simple and inexpensive model, wound up buying 4 more at our local HD so that we were able to have even more rooms with the timers for what just ONE cost us! Very pleased with the results and actually am still using one for my plants. Great purchase for us! Highly recommend! May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst purchase ever. This timer worked well for about 2 days, afterwhich, it woud stop and start periodically. May 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice compact timer, does the job as expected Smaller than our older timers. No complaints. Great value for money. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A nice little timer Good timer - During the winter months, I use the timer on a small space heater in the bedroom. Instead of waking up to a cold room, I set the timer to warm the room and shut off. For safety reasons, I unplug the space heater when I leave the house. If you’re looking for an exact time, this device may not be for you. Simple to use. The timer must remain plugged in in order to keep the current time. All pins should be in the pulled out positions. Simply push in the pins reflecting the intervals you want the electrical device on. Also, make sure you select the clock icon on the side and not the “ON” switch. January 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for my application I have two sections of kitchen cabinets and I purchased rope lighting for the top of both. The lines easily dropped down to an electrical outlet but needed a timer to make it easy and better looks for the area in the kitchen. The timers were small and unobtrusive and worked great. May 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Timer Great price and very quiet operation. Can set on and off many times per day if necessary February 10, 2016
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