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Horstmann eonomy 7 timer - light not coming on at all

Fuse blew when old immersion burnt out, now seems dead, lights on timer not coming on at all

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Check for 230Volts across terminals 1 and 2.
Test that wires are not loose.
Otherwise, it does not seem much can cause timer to fail, unless there was a power surge that melted wires, or cause wires in main panel to get loose..

Posted on Jan 18, 2013

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SOURCE: Where can i get a user guide/instruction leaflet

http://www.greenbrook.co.uk/pdf/T106-C.pdf

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