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#229012 3-Feb-2018 10:30
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Anyone ideas where to get a 3 pin run down timer similar to this:

Why work on Wednesday and stuff up 2 good long weekends

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  #1951057 3-Feb-2018 11:10
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Middle bottom button is COUNTDOWN which you can configure to any period you like and be set to either turn OFF after the countdown or ON. Hit the button and it starts the countdown.

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  #1951070 3-Feb-2018 11:48
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I got one of these off aliex for soldering iron/hotmelt glue gun etc table since I have a habit of turning them on to heat up, and then doing something else while I wait, and then getting hungry and then finding the gluegun was on for 2 days.



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  #1951071 3-Feb-2018 11:50
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EXCELLENT thanks and have now ordered.

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  #1961509 21-Feb-2018 13:24
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Thanks for that link - now have the unit but not English instructions!
Don’t suppose you have any or a brief description of how to program it?
Many thanks

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  #1961520 21-Feb-2018 13:45
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I'm guessing you push the button to set the timer (which shows in the LEDs). Once for 1 hour, twice for 2 hours, thrice for 4?

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  #1961762 21-Feb-2018 18:41
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Really? There's literally only one button...

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