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Wired it up but the clock is not rotating
Reverse wires on terminals 3 and 4
1) GP24 appears to be 24-Hour version of Greenbrook T100 series mechanical timer, with Grasslin analog time dial.
2) If clock is not rotating, then probably your wires are reversed.
Reverse wires on terminals 3 and 4.
3) Power from Mains, and wire to Load each have 2 wires.
Hot live from Mains connects to terminal 3
Neutral from mai9ns connects to terminal 1
Neutral going to load connects to terminal 1
Hot going to load connects to terminal 4
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: clock does not turn on
make sure the small white wires coming from the clock itself are installed on the "line" side of the terminals, those power the clock. If not, the switch will power the pump but the clock will not run.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: T101 R Clock will not turn
The "Line" is the power source. The "load" is the device that is being powered.
typically the green wire is the ground wire. I strongly urge you to verify your assumption that is is the common wire. If the green is indeed the ground, and it gets hooked up to common, you will be energizing the cabinet of the unit and posing a serious shock hazzard.
Your curcuit will be as follows.
The power source "Line" will have wires going to the timer. (hooked to the "line" terminals on the timer.)the timer then is supplying the power to the pool pump, and we will reffer to it as the "line".
The two black wires from the pump would be hooked up to the "load" side of the timer.
Typically they would be labled line 1 and line 2 or "L1" and "L2"
If yours are not labled so, describe exactly what terminals you have in detail in both the pump and the timer.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Usually the timer motor is bad when that happens. You can purchase a new timer motor here (or at a similar website):
If you don't want to mess with replacing the timer motor can can buy another time clock and as long as your existing enclosure is still in good shape, just swap out the guts.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
The clock isn't working because the Tork 1104 clock motor requires 240 volts. Jumping the 120 volts over from terminal L to terminal 1 doesn't make it 240 volts. You need another 120 volt leg (180 degrees out of phase) to do that. The Tork 1103 timer is what you need, or change the 1104 clock motor to a 120 volt.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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