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Setting the Brink Timer Model 42-1014

How do I set the timer on my Brinks Analog Outdoor Timer, 1-Outlet, Type 42-1014? Help... I've lost my instruction sheet on this timer (Brinks Analog Outdoor Timer with 18" Cord, 1-Outlet, Type 42-1015).

Mike
Wed, 11 Dec 2013 08:22:50 +0300

Not sure if you mean the 42-1014 or the 42-1015, but they are very similar in the way the timers are set. They have round dials. You rotate the round dial to match the current time. Around the round dials are little tabs that you can push in and pop out. They significant time where the timer should be on or off. When you push a tab it, it means the timer should turn on at that time. When you pop a tab out, it means that the timer should be off at that time.

Mel
Wed, 11 Dec 2013 21:28:04 +0300

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