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Model 15107

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15-Amp 6-Outlet Yard-Stake Timer

$18.96 /each
  • Heavy duty timer turns outdoor lights on/off at desired times
  • Grounded/timed outlets controls six lights or other devices
  • Helps cut energy costs and keep your home safe

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Regulate your decorative or seasonal lighting with the GE 24-Hour Mechanical Yard Stake Timer. With six grounded outlets, the GE timer is perfect for holiday lighting around your home and can be easily programmed with the push of a pin. Simply push down the pins, each representing a 30-minute interval, for the times you want your electrical devices to stay on. The timer can be wall mounted or set in the ground using the included stake and features a durable rain cover and integrated breaker switch help keep your lighting safe. The GE 24-Hour Mechanical Yard Stake Timer is compatible with CFL, LED and incandescent light fixtures.

  • 24-hour mechanical outdoor timer
  • Six grounded outlets
  • 48 on/off pins to regulate your electronic devices
  • Can be wall-mounted or staked into the ground
  • Delivers convenient automation for seasonal and outdoor lighting
  • Includes yardstake and durable rain cover
  • Works with CFL, LED and incandescent bulbs
  • Integrated breaker switch
  • 18 in. cord with grounded plug
  • Deters crime
  • Saves energy, saves money
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i brought the ge 6 outlet yard stake timer. the timer wil not rotate to cut lights on automatically?

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Elvira
Hampton va
December 3, 2012
I can turn dail manually and it works. I mfollowed all the ditections on box. is there something I am missing. this is ge model15107
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December 22, 2013
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take it back and buy a better product
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December 4, 2013
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Mine stopped doing it too. It's broke.By another type.
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December 8, 2012
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did you lift the outer grey tabs up? that's how the timer shuts off.
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new Mexico
December 5, 2012
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It't broken...take it back to the outlet you bought it in. I have had three of them do the same thing.
It is made in china by GE...Need I say more
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How do you set the time of day?

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November 1, 2011
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December 6, 2011
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On top of the unit, there is a dial. In the center of that dial, there is a gray triangle. Simple rotate the dial until the gray triangle points to the current time. The dial will click as it goes around and should only move in a clockwise direction. One click is about 4 minutes (15 clicks to an hour). So, if the current time is 8:30 pm, you would turn the dial to the 8 highlighted in black, and then Read More
On top of the unit, there is a dial. In the center of that dial, there is a gray triangle. Simple rotate the dial until the gray triangle points to the current time. The dial will click as it goes around and should only move in a clockwise direction. One click is about 4 minutes (15 clicks to an hour). So, if the current time is 8:30 pm, you would turn the dial to the 8 highlighted in black, and then count 7 clicks to 8:28, or 8 clicks to 8:32. Read Less
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December 6, 2011
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turn the middle piece to the exact time leaving all the outer pieces in the up position. During the time that yopu want the timer to come on, just push the outer pieces down. The light will turn off and will turn off when it reaches the pieces that are in the up position.
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December 6, 2011
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Turn the dial
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November 3, 2011
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Hello this is Tangelo from the Home Depot Community! Follow the link below to the instruction manual, it will show you how to set the timer. I hope this helps, if you have any more questions you can find me on our website at community.homedepot.com
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/GE-15107-outdoor-timer-manual.pdf
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Timer stops every night at 2am. What do I do?

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marshall court somers, ny
December 1, 2011
Ever since I installed this timer it stops every night at 2am and I have to go and reset the time when I realize it isn't working. Also one of the receptacles doesn't work and I've tried two different plugs with workable lights.
Piece of junk!
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December 14, 2011
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Hi There,
Thank you for your question.
I did contact the manufacturer on this issue and here is their recommendation.
"Please contact our customer support line at 800-654-8483, select option 1 and tell the operator that you have a question about the operation / performance of model # 15107. Our operators are trained to answer questions like these and will be happy to assist you."
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Hi There,
Thank you for your question.
I did contact the manufacturer on this issue and here is their recommendation.
"Please contact our customer support line at 800-654-8483, select option 1 and tell the operator that you have a question about the operation / performance of model # 15107. Our operators are trained to answer questions like these and will be happy to assist you."
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December 6, 2011
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That is odd. Possible it is overloaded? Try unplugging one or two items and let it run. See if that fixes it. Also possible that you got one with a faulty breaker in it and it needs to be returned. Best of luck!
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December 6, 2011
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The timer has been exact for me. No more running outside to plug the lights in or to turn them off. This has been an excellent buy for me.
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where is the on/off switch

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August 19, 2011
no paper instructions inside
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December 6, 2011
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The instructions were on the back of the box. There isn't an on/off switch. It works like an outlet splitter. If it is plugged in, it has power. It the gray key on the timer are pressed, there will be power going to the outlets when the arrow points to them.
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It is the timer, It will turn off when the time reaches the outer pieces. Turns on when you press the pieces down at the time that you want.
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August 23, 2011
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Hello augga, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Actually, the timer itself becomes the on/off switch.
Here is a link to the owners manual in pdf format: http://bit.ly/nD8IIl
I hope this helps, Newf.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great idea, but poorly implemented I really liked the angled outlets. They let the cords exit without from under the cover with no tight bends. The timer worked great when first received, but after just over a month of constant use the timer kept stalling at 5 PM every day. Returned it and got a different brand. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 6 outlet yard timer saved the day! Purchased 6 outlet yard timer for our annual yard holiday display. Worked flawlessly, no need to manually unplug our display every night. It rained numerous days and no interruption in service. great product. January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't keep time The timer looses time rapidly. I have used it outdoors for two winters to turn of a water trough heater (8 amps) to avoid drawing current during hours of peak electricity rates. It can lose several hours in one 24 hour period. This is true whether the device is indoors at room temperature or outdoors. January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't last a month! I purchased two of these at the same time. I thought some of the other poor reviews were possibly user error, that's not the case both of these broke in 2 weeks. Just used them for Christmas lights around the house and they were located on the patio so no rain etc.. they just plain flopped! December 18, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good exterior outlet The stake that attaches to the underside of the unit is about 8 inches two short. If there were one more extender piece in the box, or if there was another 8 inches of length on the cord, I would give it another star across the board. I was forced to wall mount the outlet because I was putting too much stress on the cord. It has 6 grounded outlets, a timer, an indicator light on the front (to let you know it is hot), and a small breaker (like you'd find on the side of a surge protector). The timer is easy to use, though the instructions are on the box, so don't throw it out right away. It rained, really hard, the other day and it didn't seem to affect the outlet in any way. December 6, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Dial did not work accurately on consistent basis The stake is simple enough to use and in theory it works well. However, I noticed that the dial was sometimes not working correctly, meaning that when the time came in the evening to turn on my holiday lights it did not properly turn them on. The correct times on the dial have to be pressed down until they click in place. However I found that the notches on the dial did not click in place properly, perhaps because they may have been a little loose - which speaks to the quality, or lack thereof, of this product. If the dial is not clicked in place properly, well it won't turn your lights on. January 18, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Complete Garbage Even with the bad reviews, I bought this product. Three of them in fact. One to handle my exterior lights, one for my Christmas lights and the other to handle my lights in my backyard. Of the three, THREE had the sensors stop "sensing" properly. Lights aren't on at dusk any longer and now I have to turn them on and off manually. This product is horrible since it does not do what I bought it to do. I figured with the GE name, it would at least stand up for a season. I bought these the week of Thanksgiving, and it's the 13th of December. Terrible, terrible, terrible all-around. December 13, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stopped working after less than a month I didn't check the online reviews before I bought this - as this was the only timer placed in with the Christmas lights at the store I went to. Figured it was a good product. The timer stopped working in less than a month! I emailed Jasco customer service, as the directions state that "the on/off switch" needs to be in the on position for the timer to operate, but there is no switch on the device. They said that refers to whatever your timer is plugged into and not the timer itself. And that pushbutton on the device does not do anything as others have stated. This is going back and I won't be buying this brand again. It's cold and snowy outside, and I'll be out there replacing the timer after a month. Poor product. December 26, 2012
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