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    Help

    My power went out th other night and the next day my pool didn't go on. I don't know how to reset my timer

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    Re: Help

    Hopefully it's something as simple as resetting a breaker or two that supply power to your pump and/or system. Have you checked your breaker panel? If that's not helping, can you give us a better idea of what kind of equipment you have? Is it an automated-type system?
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    Re: Help

    If you have an Intermatic, it's easy. Just grab the yellow dial and pull out and turn it to the right time and let it go back in.
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