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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not familiar with this particular model. Can you find the foot type from this guide - http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/sewing-feet.php
I could not find a manual online for this machine. Sears may be able to help on this.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
SOURCE: I have 2 Vigoro 196-036
It comes out of the holes because the water goes in the holes. That might sound dumb but Vigoro designed these only to be in dry conditions, such as attached to the water line. I used them for sprinklers, but the water poured into the timer so bad it shorted it out in a week. I did find a vigoro timer with no holes and a sealed unit, and they work great. But I can't find them anymore.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
Here is theinstruction:1. Install the battery2.Use left attor to decrease and right arrow to increase numbers < > to set current time to nearest hour at the time, noting AM and PM3. Repeat above instructions to set "start time: to desired time for day to begin watering4. Use left and right arro <> buttons to set "how often" (watering frequency) to select an hour/day increment (8 hours=3 times per day, 2 days=every other day).5. Use left and right buttons < > to set "how long" (watering duration) to select a min. or hr increment.6Activate the watering program by pressing the Program on/off buttin: a horizontal bar will be displayed to signify the program is on. Press the program on/off again to disable the programTo avoid accidentally changing the current program, the arrow button will be "locked out" or inaccessible if "program on" is selected.To create a new program, press Program on/off if necessary to disable current program.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
SOURCE: We have a Vigoro Two
The timer is no good.
1) Clean battery terminals and make sure battery polarity is correct.
2) If you bought timer at Home Depot, call:
Internet Customer Service Center at 1-800-435-4654
3) If you live near Home Depot, then buy new timer and return defect timer in new package.
4) Here's what Home Depot customers say about this timer: the product will fail after 4 months, only worked one season, failed right out of box, new batteries did not restore functionality, etc. Only two good reviews.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2011
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