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Timer prompts user through the set-up and programming.
The manual does not show exact steps.
Example programming on page 17 of manual does not show how to set timer
for 'fixed' 24-hour operation, with specific on-off set times http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Intermatic-et70115c.pdf
For the Model TM-220, 24 hour timer set as follows:
1. Begin with all timer segments on the dial 'pushed up'.
2. Push 'down' the segments required for the 'ON' time;
each segments represents 1 hour.
3. Rotate the dial clockwise until the 'TIME NOW' aligns with the pointer.
The poster, Jim K, is probably in possession of at least a layout of the power supply and the 'location' is likely derived from a grid used to physically find parts on a board.
220 uF is a common value for an electrolytic capacitor and the 200V is the rated sustained DC voltage it can tolerate.
The 130 volts could be caused by a capacitor that is failing and not smoothing the rectified voltage as it should.
In other words, you kind of need a tech.