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If I set the countdown to 10 minutes will it remember it or do I have to set the countdown time again? How loud is it?
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Does this timer stops beeping on its own or do you have to stop it?
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Can theis timer be set to time minutes as well as hours?
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How long does the alarm sound for? Thanks!
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If I set the countdown to 10 minutes will it remember it or do I have to set the countdown time again? How loud is it?
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Does this timer stops beeping on its own or do you have to stop it?
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Can theis timer be set to time minutes as well as hours?
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How long does the alarm sound for? Thanks!

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Commercial 8 Event Digital Timer

Eight individual timers; Rings until turned off; Each timer can be labeled; Large LCD display; Timers can count down or up; Water and grease resistant housing; Free standing or can be easily mounted on wall; Color coded lights and buttons; Operates on 9 volt battery (included) or optional AC adapter
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Does this have dual load capability?

I have two separate circuits, car port lights and parking lot lights that I would like to control with one timer. I want to select a specific time of night and specific days of the week for the lights to come on. Can this timer do that? Again, these lights are currently on different circuits....
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no, this is a manual timer for time only
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I am sorry, this timer will not work for your application. It is not advanced enough to handle different circuits.
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Can it time multiple things at once

For example, if you have two fryers, can you time, for example, P1 and P4 at the same time or is it a single timer only?
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Yes you can time up to 4 independent events..
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This product can time up to 8 things at once!!!! And each alarm will have it's own ring too if you so choose. So yes, it will work extremely well for what you need.
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Can I preset times so they will be recalled with just one push of a button?

For instance - P1 Cookies 10 minutes programmed, P2 Baked Potatoes 90 minutes programmed, P3 Ribs 7 hours programmed, etc... so that I just push P1 or P3 or whatever and it automatically recalls the programmed time?
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Yes, this programmable digital timer can be used to do just that. All you'll need to do is hold the program button until the LCD lights on the right side flash, prompting you to enter the product name letter by letter. Once you've entered the product name and hit ENTER the time display will flash, prompting you to enter the appropriate time.

Once you've entered your specific programs they will be stored in the timer, on the corresponding button (P1, P2, P3), until you decide to delete them (comprehensive instructions provided). There is also a function to recall the time you last used, aside from the times you program in.
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