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There is a timer switch in my garage which I can't figure out how to properly use. What I know about it:

  • It controls my driveway lights
  • There are time tick marks around the circumference of the dial, and it rotates.
  • The dial is also a button (you can push it)
  • When it is switched to the ON position, the only way I can turn the lights on/off is to push in the dial. Once I do that, the lights seem to stay on 24 hrs/day. Pushing the dial button again is the only way I can turn the lights off.
  • There is an LED behind the small window above the OFF/ON switch. It starts flashing when I switch from OFF to ON, and eventually becomes solid (non-flashing).

My objective is to program the driveway lights to turn on/off at specific times, but can't figure it out. Does anyone know the logo in the center of the dial? Maybe I can try finding instructions on the internet.

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    The proper way to have responded to your own question was to post an answer to it. You can still do that if you want to clean things up. – Michael Karas Jan 28 '17 at 23:54
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SOLVED ON MY OWN

In case this can help anyone else, the logo is Intermatic and I found the instructions for this model here:

http://www.intermatic.com/-/media/inriver/6842-8228.ashx/EJ351-Instructions-EN

  • Mind putting a summary of how to program it here in case the link breaks? – ThreePhaseEel Jan 30 '17 at 4:08

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