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Just replace battery.
Most timers will hold some or part of the memory during battery changeover... frequently losing no programming if battery change is done quickly, and battery was not completely depleted, and timer is still functional.
If timer function is not restored after battery change, reset timer fully and then reprogram.
If battery change and reset does not work, then timer is probably gone bad.
Most modern timers have reset button, but some require a 2-button sequence to reset.
Other modern timers have a 'battery' but the battery is built into the circuit board and thus not replaceable ... it is rechargeable, like a capacitor ... but when it fails .. the timer needs to be replaced.
Timers with replaceable batteries are generally not functional after exposure to freezing temperatures for several day, but the non-replaceable type generally have wider tolerance for temperature variation.
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Intermatic t10004rt3 pool timer cycles a loud hum/buzz noise like bad contacts or relay


T10004R control center has one T104 240V timer, with extra space for another timer or freeze control etc.
You can clean up the timer and replace clock motor to stop most noises.
The T104M (M for mechanism-only, snaps into the control center enclosure.
The T104 also snaps out of enclosure using thumb spring located top inside box.
Take image of wires before disconnecting from timer.
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If you need to replace timer, it is cheaper to buy the ordinary T104 that comes inside a box and can be snapped out, instead of buying T104M (M for mechanism-only)

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Dryer timer will not advance in any mode.. timed, or auto mode. Dryer works, but will not turn off unless you open door or advance timer. Do I need to replace the timer?


the timer will need to be replaced if it's stuck in the mode as you stated. the timer is built with cog teeth gears that rotate slowly as the timer operates normally. If a cog tooth breaks off the timer is stuck in that position causing your problem here

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Most likely, the timer motor has failed and needs to be replaced. As the timer motor is constantly running 24/7, getting 19 years of use is significant and is well beyond the typical life of a mechanical timer of this type. I know, I've got the same ones on my pool and usually have to replace them every 10-12 years.

As the timer IS 19+ years old, it would be best to replace the entire unit instead of looking to tyr to get just a replacement timer motor, since the cost for a new timer isn't all that much compared to the cost for just the motor.

Intermatic also makes a digital timer version of this type of timer, but for the relatively low price of a new, replacement mechanical timer, it might be a good idea to get another one like you have and expect another long working life.

Sorry that there really isn't much to repair in such an old timer, since the motor is the critical part.

The replacement should be easy to do yourself, just remember to turn off the power breaker and disconnect the power to the timer. All you need to do is exchange the wires into the new replacement timer I find that taking a picture of the timer as it is, will help you get the connections correct for the new timer.

Also, check the model number of your present timer and voltage, (some pool equipment is 100V-AC while others are 220V-AC) to get the correct replacment timer.

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