Model # 15075

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Store SKU #546659

Defiant Plug-In Dual-Outlet Heavy-Duty Timer
0043180150752

Defiant

Plug-In Dual-Outlet Heavy-Duty Timer

  • Turn lamps and small appliances off at desired times daily
  • Set time in 30 minute intervals with convenient override switch
  • Helps cut energy costs and keep your home safe
$10.97 /each

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Save energy as well as money with this GE Plug-In Dual-Outlet Heavy-Duty Timer. Automate lamps, seasonal lighting, appliances and window AC units on a daily cycle that is programmable in 30-minute intervals. The timer is conveniently designed to be CFL ready and features a manual override switch.

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how to program this timer

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June 22, 2013
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August 20, 2013
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1) LIFT the slices along the outer edge when you want the appliance to turn OFF, twist the dial until the arrow points to the current time (twelve hours of day, twelve hours of night), plug timer in.
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2) PUSH down the slices along the outer edge when you want the appliance to turn ON, twist the dial until the arrow points to the current time (twelve hours of day, twelve hours of night), plug timer Read More
1) LIFT the slices along the outer edge when you want the appliance to turn OFF, twist the dial until the arrow points to the current time (twelve hours of day, twelve hours of night), plug timer in.
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2) PUSH down the slices along the outer edge when you want the appliance to turn ON, twist the dial until the arrow points to the current time (twelve hours of day, twelve hours of night), plug timer in. Read Less
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June 25, 2013
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Hello jay and thank you for your question.
Instructions for programming the GE Plug-In Dual-Outlet Heavy-Duty Timer can be found here: http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/manual-downloads/applications/DocumentLibraryManager/upload/Plug-In-15075-Manual-eng.pdf.
Best wishes on your project.
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When a light bulb burns out does it know out the power supply in the switch.

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Maga
Colorado Springs, CO
December 15, 2012
I have a Hunter programable lights on off system. Every time a light bulb burns out it totally inactivates the lights plugged in unit. Does this happen to this product?
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San Diego, CA, USA
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April 3, 2013
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I have not had this problem with this timer; when one lamp bulb burned out, the other lamp was still on.
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December 21, 2012
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Hi Maga,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily.
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I bought this timer last year and lost the directions can't remember how to set the timer. help

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marietta georgia
December 8, 2012
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Look at the dial and find where is shows "Time of day". Rotate the dial until this lines up with the approximate time of day where you live. After that, determine what block of time you want your lights to come on and for how long. Then, carefully push DOWN the gray pins corresponding to the block of time you want your lights to come ON. All the other pins should be in the UP position. Be sure the switch Read More
Look at the dial and find where is shows "Time of day". Rotate the dial until this lines up with the approximate time of day where you live. After that, determine what block of time you want your lights to come on and for how long. Then, carefully push DOWN the gray pins corresponding to the block of time you want your lights to come ON. All the other pins should be in the UP position. Be sure the switch at the top of the timer is switched over to TIMER ON. NOTE - After you plug the unit into the electric outlet, double check and be sure the gray pins are still set in the UP or DOWN position as you wanted them because sometimes when plugging the unit into the outlet, you can accidentally push some of the other pins which will alter the desired time slot you wanted your lights to come on and be off. Read Less
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Lansdowne, PA, USA
December 10, 2012
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Heavy Duty Timer Instructions:
1. Turning the dial clockwise, using the outer edge of dial, aim the pointer on the face of the dial so that it points to the current time of day.
2. Locate the segments around the center edge of the timer’s dial. These segments, each representing 30 minutes, can be pushed away from the edge of the dial (try using the tip of a pen or pencil). Conversely, segments that have
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Heavy Duty Timer Instructions:
1. Turning the dial clockwise, using the outer edge of dial, aim the pointer on the face of the dial so that it points to the current time of day.
2. Locate the segments around the center edge of the timer’s dial. These segments, each representing 30 minutes, can be pushed away from the edge of the dial (try using the tip of a pen or pencil). Conversely, segments that have been pushed out can be easily pushed back in by hand. Be sure all segments are pushed in before programming. Select a time period (or periods) you want the light turned on, then push out ALL the segments that fall on or within that time period. For example,
to have the timer turn a light on at 10PM and off at 2AM, push out the segments representing 10PM and 2AM, and ALL the segments in between. You may need to turn the dial clockwise to access the desired segments.
3. Set the switch on the top of the timer to the “TIMER ON” position.
4. Plug the lights into the outlets on the bottom of the timer.
5. Plug the timer into an electrical outlet and make sure lamp is turned on. The lights will now turn on and off at the times you have set.
NOTE: To override the timer and use your lights normally, set the switch on the top of the timer to the “OUTLET ON” position. This will deactivate the timer’s control of the lights, but the timer’s dial will still show the current time of day. To reactivate the timer’s control of the lights set the switch to the “TIMER ON” position. In case of power failure, reset the time of day as explained in step 1.
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Can you use this product outdoors (eave overhang) for Christmas lights?

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October 12, 2012
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I would use an outdoor timer instead. They are also sold at Home Depot and will safely stand up to the weather, including wet weather. This timer you're asking about is not waterproof.
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October 15, 2012
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Hi Lucy, this product is made for indoor use only. That means that it does not have the materials made to withstand the elements of outdoor. You would need to get a timer made for the outdoors. These have much better protection.
Take a look on line or in your local Home Depot for an outdoor timer. Please come back with your other questions.
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Plug-In Dual-Outlet Heavy-Duty Timer is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works exactly as expected, and having the outlets on board is a huge plus when losing the use of ... Works exactly as expected, and having the outlets on board is a huge plus when losing the use of the outlet to the unit. Just set it, and forget it. Make sure you pull out all the tabs initially and push IN to set the times. It seems a little counter-intuitive.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from handle with care I use timers in every room, every day. The timers perform well with the exception of the ones i use the "always on" switch. I must say the switch held up for about 6 months, but broke after repeated. albeit careful use, much to my sadness.
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to use and I especially like the dual outlet feature. Very easy to use and I especially like the dual outlet feature.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Like the dual plug in Wish I had bought 2. It looks like timer pins need to be pushed down. I pressed so hard I was sure it would break. I then realized they were all down already. They really look up so be aware of that. Once you get it set, it works well and has an override so you can turn it on or off even when timer is set.
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tricky Start I bought two GE timers, #15072 and #15119. It took me several frustrating minutes before I realized that the units were packed with all the outer segments pushed down. Once I LIFTED the segments for the time I wanted the appliance turned off, the timers worked perfectly. Time will tell how long they continue to work.
Date published: 2013-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Timer Bought this timer to help with Christmas lights. Works great, easy to set up schedule, and has been consistent all season. Will definitely be using this (and picking up more!) in the years to come. Would even use for house lights when away on vacation. Only thing keeping me from rating it a 5 is the price: saw a digital timer on the shelf next to this one for 3 dollars less (and not on sale).
Date published: 2009-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy timer simple easy to set timer. If you want to just turn something on and off every day this is the one you want. I have some digital timers and they can be difficult to set up- not so this one.
Date published: 2013-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple and Easy to Use Simple easy to use. Instructions were hidden in packaging so I had it set wrong initially
Date published: 2012-01-17
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