If your timer is showing “No AC” on the display, then this guide will walk you through how to fix it.
Is your timer plugged into an outlet or hardwired into your house current?
If it is hardwired, you’ll need to reset the breaker the timer is attached to.
If it is plugged into an outlet, let’s plug something else into the outlet to make sure it is working. Blow dryer, lamp, radio, or something similar. Did the other device work?
If the outlet works, then we’ll need to move on to troubleshooting the timer.
Press the reset button. The display will reset and everything will light up on the timer display.
If that still didn’t work, try power cycling the timer. Unplug it from the outlet for about 10 seconds, and then plug it back in.
If your timer still shows “No AC” and you’re within the warranty period, click here to begin the warranty process.