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If its a 230v timer you will need a new motor. there is no way to get a 230 timer motor to work on 110v the wires coming from the clock motor neutral and the line drive the clock so these are your power side the other is the load. ... things that are built for it run more efficiently on 240v's food for thought .. j

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1) Copy following links for GE 15350 timer single-pole single-throw 120Volt timer (Made by Tork, same as Tork 1101):
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15306

2) Use following link to control one 120volt load
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/GE-15306-wiring-250.jpg

2) To control two 120Volt loads:
Use wiring illustration above.
2nd 120V load will have black and white wire, same as 1st 120V load..
Connect 2nd black wire to terminal 2.
Both wires must be same gauge and solid wire. Do not use stranded wire under screw-down plates.
Connect 2nd white wire to terminal X.
Except do not connect more than 2 wires to screw-down terminals. Instead join white wires with wire nut, and then add jumper that connects between wire nut and screw-down terminal.

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SOURCE: ge timer 15350 110 4 wires 4 post have 2 white on post 1 1 bk on post 2 0 wires on post 3 1 bk on post 4 2 grounds to the box pump will work manually timer will not work

Unknown if this is new installation, or existing install that stopped working.
Copy following link for wiring diagram showing GE 15350 timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15306

Look at terminal labels, should be L 1 X and 2
Power coming from breaker should be 120Volt Black Hot wire, and White neutral wire.
Cable going to Load should be Black and White.
White wires should be on terminal X
Black Hot should connect to terminals L and 1
Black to Load should connect to terminal 2

If your timer looks different, repost question with link to photo on flickr

If timer stopped working:
GE15350 timer is 120 volt timer made by Tork.
It uses P47 trippers, and Tork 101 clock motor.

Posted on Jul 05, 2012

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No power is coming out of the timer. How do I troubleshoot?


GE15207
-Test across terminals 1 and 2 for 120-277 volt depending on power
-Check if any wires are loose
-Check if any terminals appear burned or damaged
-This timer can be wired many many ways, for seveveral different voltages.
-Testing can differ depending on wiring and voltage.
-For 240 Volt ... generally... set timer to ON position... Test across both NO terminals for voltage
-Add comment with image of wiring and specify the voltage
-Links that help identify problem, wiring, and voltage
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-GE-15207-timer.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-15207-same-wiring.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Fire-inside-timer.html

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Copy following link to identify GE 15164 timer and download possible manual and see wiring for 240Volt application
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Ge timer 15350 110 4 wires 4 post have 2 white on post 1 1 bk on post 2 0 wires on post 3 1 bk on post 4 2 grounds to the box pump will work manually timer will not work


Unknown if this is new installation, or existing install that stopped working.
Copy following link for wiring diagram showing GE 15350 timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15306

Look at terminal labels, should be L 1 X and 2
Power coming from breaker should be 120Volt Black Hot wire, and White neutral wire.
Cable going to Load should be Black and White.
White wires should be on terminal X
Black Hot should connect to terminals L and 1
Black to Load should connect to terminal 2

If your timer looks different, repost question with link to photo on flickr

If timer stopped working:
GE15350 timer is 120 volt timer made by Tork.
It uses P47 trippers, and Tork 101 clock motor.

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I have a GE 15350 mechanical timer. I am not sure how to connect the wires. I have the power wires from the box and then from the box to an outlet.


You should have 2 sets of cables, each with a black, white, and bare wires.The incoming black hot wire connects to terminal #1. The bridge between terminal #1 and terminal L _must_ be left in place.

The outgoing black (load) wire going to the outlet connects to terminal #2.

BOTH white (neutral) wires are connected to the terminal X.

The two bare wires are twisted together along with a pigtail and capped with a red or yellow wire nut. The pigtail is connected to the green screw on the timer case.

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I am adding a timer to my pool pump and cannot get it to run - help appreciated. I have a 240 box outside which the pump was directly hooked to without issue. I have now moved the pump and am putting...


I write complete answers, and know the GE timer line.
Open links to illustrate discussion.
Aug 2011, Jasco does not show a manual for 15351 timer.

They show 120V 15350, which is identical to 120V 15306.

That makes me believe that 240Volt GE15351 is identical to 240V GE15307.
BUT the 15351 might be a DPST with NO and NC terminals >>> add a comment if your instructions say anything about NO NC terminals.

If 15351 and 15307 are identical, then your wiring is 100% correct, assuming you connected hot leads to terminals L and 1.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/GE-15307-wiring-250.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15306

Checking details:
1) You checked that terminals L and 1 are not connected by a brass bridge.
The 120Volt timer comes with a brass bridge across L and 1
2) Timer mechanism is attached to enclosure with 2 screws. Remove timer mechanism from enclosure, and compare back of your timer with following image to confirm timer is DPST.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/IMG_9334-GE15307-500.jpg
3) Test 10-3 wire from breaker box. Test each wire to bare ground to confirm the hot wires. Then test each hot wire to other wire to confirm neutral wire. Tape tester leads to wood sticks to keep hands away from power and stand on dry boards.
4) Read nameplate on motor to make sure it is single-speed 240Volt.
5) IF motor is 2-speed, then look at wiring diagram and then add a comment with that information.
6) If pump motor trips breaker when connected directly, then pump might be shorted out. Double check wiring diagram on pump.

7) Take photos of problem. Post photos on flickr. Then add a comment with links to photos so I can see wiring diagrams, for possible help.

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Digi 20E-120 is 16Amp 120Volt flush mount digital timer with 20 or 140 programs per week.
Grasslin Digi (digi tal/ digital) can be reset using reset button.
Reset might restore functionality, but will delete all programming.

Check that circuit is delivering 120Volt and that circuit is clean without interference.

Also check electrical terminals fit tight on the timer.
Use needle nose pliers and pull terminals off and then push back.
The digi series has 5-day program back-up capacitor so programs should remain, but capacitors go bad.
Power surge can blow out timers. Use surge protection on all circuits.

There are a many Digi timers from years of manufacture by GE and now Intermatic, since Intermatic bought Grasslin from GE.
The digi can be replaced with simple-to--program FM1D digital timer.

Replacement crossover is FM1D20E-120
Open following link for FM1D manual and Digi manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#FM1D

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You posted under GE box-type electro-mechanical timer.
If this is not your timer, then add a comment with clear description of your timer.

GE box-timer wiring appears on following link.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-GE-15207-timer.html
I don't know why GE has so many different model numbers with the same wiring and programming instructions and exact same Load capabilities.
I do know some of these GE timers are prone to running fast, and maybe different models have improved circuit boards or timing clocks.
Caution: set dip switches before applying power to unit to avoid damage to timer.

Wiring on page above uses the NO terminals.
NO terminals are 'normally open,' which means these terminals turn ON only when timer turns ON.

NC or 'normally closed' terminals are ON at all times EXCEPT when timer turns ON.
When timer turns ON, the NC terminals turn OFF.

These GE timers can be wired for a wide variety of uses not shown on link above.
They can control multiple Loads in 120 and 240, and can control 24 volt loads.
However, they are not made for 3-phase.
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How to connect a lampost to a timer. GE Time Switches 15207


The following is for the GE 15207 to be operated at 120 volts ONLY(which is what you have):

Make sure the DIP switch is set to 120 volts (all switches in the ON position).

BOTH white wires are connected to the left most terminal. The incoming black (HOT or LINE) wire from the breaker or source is connected to the second terminal from the left.

Also under the second terminal from the left, connect a jumper (using the same gauge wire) over to the "COM" terminal.

Then connect the outgoing black wire (LOAD) to the lamppost to the "NO" terminal.

The two bare grounding wires are twisted together with the supplied wirenut. This is _very_ important for safety.

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The wiring diagram for that timer is somewhat misleading. The 120 volt clock timer motor is connected internally to the "A" (neutral) terminal and the #3 terminal. The "A" (neutral) terminal is to the immediate left of the #1 terminal.
Here's how to do the wiring for your use, (assuming a 120 volt supply circuit and a 120 volt lighting or other load):
Connect the incoming power (line) black wire to terminal # 3. Connect the incoming (neutral) white wire to terminal "A".
Connect the outgoing (load) black wire to terminal # 4.
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