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Setting clock on GE electric stove


Range Setting the Clock and Timer Non-Electronic Clocks: To set the clock, push the center knob in and turn the clock hands to the correct time. (If the Minute Timer pointer should move also, let the knob out, turn the Timer pointer to OFF.)
Digital Clocks: To set the clock, push in the center knob of the Minute Timer and turn Knob in either direction to set the Digital Clock numerals to the correct time.
Electronic Clocks: To set the clock touch the Clock pad. Touch the number pads. Touch the number pads. Touch the start pad until the time of day shows in the display. Note: On double wall ovens, you can only set the Timer for one oven.

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My APT timer for my heating is not turning "as a clock"


Is this new installation?
If timer dial is not rotating, then timer is not wired correctly, voltage is wrong, or timer motor has stopped functioning.
If small motor used to rotate dial has gone bad, then replace timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html

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I have the imm24 timer and would like a better quality timer which one will work


Imm24 timer is 230V 3500amp flush-mount hard-wire 24-hour mechanical-dial immersion heater timer

Following page shows imm24 timer and other brands of immersion timers
http://cpc.farnell.com/1/1/51662-immersion-heater-controller-box-imm24-apt.html

Prices are in Euros and Pounds, so I don't know distribution range of product.

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I am not sure on how to wire the freeze protection wires to the time clock. i know they must go to the load side of the clock for the main pump but will this reverse the power back into controls and short...


Here's a 240V diagram with clock timer and freeze control:
Add a comment if explanation does not fit your exact timer:

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See image full size:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Freeze-protection-500.jpg

Here's how freeze control works:
Freeze control is like regular timer, except it turns ON by thermostat instead of time-clock
Freeze control turns ON pump whenever thermostat kicks on.
Both clock-timer and freeze-control are wired to pump in 'parallel' so to speak.
Think of it as having two controls wired to same pump...
Both controls can turn pump ON-OFF.
If one turns ON, and other is OFF ... then pump is ON.
If both are ON, then pump is ON ... and electricity just flows around on extra wires.
If both are OFF, then pump is OFF.

Say it's below freezing all day.
Freeze control circuit is ON all day ... pump is ON all day
Clock timer turns ON > but circuit is already ON, so timer just opens more wires for electricity to flow around on.
When clock timer turns OFF > freeze circuit is still ON because it's below freezing ... pump is still ON.

240V wiring:
Power leads coming from circuit breaker go to terminals 1&3 on clock-timer
Same power leads connect to freeze-control-black and freeze-control-red.
Or connect freeze-control-black and freeze-control-red to terminals 1&3
This action puts power to clock and power to thermostat

Pump wires connect to terminals 2&4
Same pump wires also connect to freeze-control-blue and freeze-control-yellow.
Or connect freeze-control-blue and freeze-control-yellow to terminals 2&4
This action connects pump to both freeze-control and timer.
When either clock-timer or freeze-control turn ON, then pump turns ON.

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I have a tp104 p3 intermatic timer and the clock is not working it looks like the motor for the gears are working but the clock will not turn


Motor has plastic gears.
Timer wheel has metal gears.
If metal gears are not turning, and clock is turning, plastic gears are probably stripped.

And metal gears might be dirty and rusted.
Look close where plastic and metal gears meet.

2 solutions:
1) clean metal gears and replace clock motor
T-104 takes T-100 series 208-277V clock motor
Add a bit of white grease where trippers meet metal lever
Grainger sells parts.
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/timer-accessories/timers/electrical/ecatalog/N-8hi

2) buy new T-104 and swap out insides without changing box

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Good Morning - this is not a problem - only a question: how is the clock reset? I am renting an apt. and there is no owner's manual with the oven. There was a power outtage (happens pretty often) and,...


From page 9 of the user manual

This is a 12-hour clock and does not show a.m. or p.m.
To Set:
Before setting, make sure the oven and Timer are off.
1. Press CLOCK.
2. Press the TEMP/TIME "up" or "down" arrow pad to set the
time of day.
3. Press START/ENTER or CLOCK.

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How to wire intermatic T-1906 for a 220 well pump?


http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T1906-Intermatic-timer.html

T1906 is 240V timer with 240V clock motor
There are 4 terminals: NO NC COM Clock
NO terminal (normally open) turns ON when the timer turns on
NC terminal (normally closed) is ON at all times except when timer turns on.

You want your pump connected to the NO terminal so it turns ON when timer turns on.

How to wire:
240V has 2 Hots from breaker box > these connect to COM and Clock terminals (either color wire to either terminal)
Your pump has 2 wires > these wires connect to NO and Clock terminals (either color wire to either terminal)
The bare copper wires connect together and connect to green screw.

If your wires from breaker and pump are reversed, the manual override will work, but the timer clock will not rotate dial. If this is the case, then switch NO and COM wires.

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Replacing timer motor


T-104 has 240Volt clock motor
WH-40 water heater timer has same 240Volt clock motor
T-103 has 120Volt clock motor
T-101 has 120Volt clock motor

T-100 series 120Volt and 240Volt clock motors sell at Grainger for $16
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/timer-accessories/timers/electrical/ecatalog/N-8hi

See large image of clock motor on back of Intermatic timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Back-of-T-104-800.jpg

To replace clock motor you need 6-sided star-screwdriver from auto parts store or hardware
You may also need tweezers or magnetic screwdriver if tiny screws fall down behind timer when replacing

Steps:
Order 120 or 240 volt clock motor
Turn off power to timer
Remove plastic cover over screw terminals
Take photo of wiring or make a drawing
Note exactly which terminals the clock wires connect to
Clock motor wires can connect to either terminal, there is not a plus or minus wire to clock
Loosen screws on front of timer to remove white-colored clock motor wires
Push the spring retainer located inside box at top ... this will release timer mechanism from box
Tip timer out and then lift up to release timer
Replace clock motor that is held by 2 screws
Keep clock wires away from other timer parts on back of timer
Snap timer back into box
Re-attach wires to terminals just like they were before
Tighten screws very tight against copper wires
Turn on power
Check that dial is rotating as time passes

See more
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html

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The clock has stopped. I have to turn it manually. Its an outdoor timer with a cover.


If the clock dial does not rotate >> and the manual override works >> the the clock motor is bad.

The clock motor is replaceable. Snap out the insides, and the clock is attached with 2 small screws >>> sometimes these take a start screwdriver from the auto parts store.

On the inside cover of your timer is a sheet showing the clock voltage. Some clocks are 240 Volts, some are 120 Volts.

The back of the clock also has identifying numbers.

You say the timer is outdoor. A pool timer is probably 240Volt timer, with a 240Volt clock.
If the timer controls the sprinkler or lights, then the clock motor is probably 120V, with 120V clock motor

Grainger sells 120 and 240 clocks for the T100 series timer
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg/search.shtml?searchQuery=Wh40&op=search&Ntt=Wh40&N=0&sst=subset

A+ sells a long list of Intermatic clock motors
http://www.aplussupply.com/intermatic/timermotors.htm

If your timer is an Intermatic, you can also buy the whole timer, and then swap the insides without changing the box.

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