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PB4-60 Overheating

if it shuts down then it most likely is a bad motor. If the voltage is properly wired to the motor then the motor is bad. Sometimes new items turn out to be bad out of the box.
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Jun 25, 2013 | Polaris Pb4 - 60 Booster Pump

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Everytime I put the pre-sets for the timer, it does'nt keep time. COuld you assist me or provide me with someone who can repair?

I can assist you.

The 'pre-sets' are confusing.
Do you mean tabs or trippers?

Tork 8601 is a 60 minute cycle timer.
The dial should make 1 full revolution each 60 minutes.
Trippers or tabs located on dial are pushed up or down to set on-off schedule.

If dial is running slow, then clock motor has gone bad.
If dial is running on time, then trippers are worn down or timer parts are worn down.
Either case when timer stops functioning, buy a new timer for $110.
If the clock motor was available, you'd probably spend $60 for the motor.
Same Intermatic timer is C8865 for $88.35

Jul 18, 2011 | TORK Variable Cycling Timer 8601

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Is it possible to buy the timer motor for a Paragon electromechanical timer (Model 7008-20, 208-240 V, 60 Hz)? The timer motor part number is M3100, and the timer is 208-240 V, 3 watt 60 Hz.

1) Paragon is no longer making timers or parts except defrost timers.
7008-20 240V 24-hour mechanical timer is not a defrost timer.
Link below shows folks who might still have Paragon parts

2) To see Paragon timers and manuals:

3) If you want to buy new timer: Intermatic cross-reference guide shows T7802B is correct replacement timer

4) Electric supplies online shows T7802B 4 pole 2NO/2NC

5) Manual for T7802B

Add a comment for more free help.
Also take advantage of fixya phone service.
For a price, expert speaks with you over phone while you work on timer or any do-it-yourself project.
Fixya is always less expensive than a service call.

Feb 09, 2011 | Paragon Indoor Electromechanical Timer...

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I need to purchase 6 (six) more sets, 1 on and 1 off, trippers for the churches' 7 day timer. Do you need to know voltage of motor? The voltage it is switching is 240 volt.

1) You posted under paragon 7008-00 timer.
It is not necessary to know voltage of motor to order tripper

2) Model number of timer is usually located on inside door panel

3) Paragon is no longer making timers or parts.
Open following link to identify timer for sure:

4) Following link from Paragon gives links for folks who might still sell parts:
Expect some suppliers to overcharge for parts.
I've seen paragon trippers selling for $60.

5) It might be easier to buy another time clock.
Refer to Intermatic Competitive cross reference chart.
For example replacement for 7008-20 is Intermatic T7802B which is a 7-day, 40 amp 240V timer.

6) You are working for your church, probably as a volunteer.
I also volunteer several places in my community.
I have extensive files on timers and can help you choose and install a new timer if I know the model number.
Just add a comment to this post and I will answer if needed.

Add a comment for more free help.
Also take advantage of fixya phone service.
For a price, expert speaks with you over phone while you work on timer or any do-it-yourself project.
Fixya is always less expensive than a service call.

Feb 07, 2011 | Paragon Amf 7008-00 Timer 7 Day 120 Volt...

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Calibrate clock

Tork 8600 is variable cycle timer.
Each revolution of dial is 60 minutes, 30 minutes or 6 minutes depending on model.
60 minute timer has 2 models, 120V and 240V.
Other models are 120V.
If clock is not keeping time, then clock motor is bad.
I don't have a source for clock motor, and suspect that a new timer is purchased and then installed into existing box.

Link below sells 8601 60 minute 120Volt

To set times, the dial has tabs located around dial.
Tabs are tilted in or out
Tab out = NC terminal has power
Tab in = NO terminal has power

Nov 14, 2010 | TORK Variable Cycling Timer 8601

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I have the same school bell timer, but the bell seems to run on 50 second minutes instead of 60 seconds!

If you have old timer, a new one is probably required, especially if it has gotten wet or dirty.
If you have electronic timer, then it has gone bad.

If you have new mechanical timer ... I wonder if you have a 50 cycle clock motor? Look at the label on timer and it should show the cycles.

Electricity is actually a wave, or a cycle. When the cycle is shortened, the motor runs faster. Occasionally, 60 cycle mechanical timers controlled by electronics also run fast by 1 hour each two weeks.

All appliances and timers and clocks and motors on the shelf are 60 cycle to match electric production in the US.

Sep 22, 2010 | Hardware & Accessories

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Trying to replace timer 8299771. Can't find my

On the new timer , you have 2 wires comming of the timer motor . The blue wire should go to one of these terminals on the timer itself . The place where there is ONLY a timer motor wire going to , is where it should go .

Sep 04, 2009 | Dryers

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Hi My name is Ray and i have maytag commercial electric dryer model LDE19CS but the problem is i need to increase the time cycle,from 48 to 60 minutes. How i do that. I need manual

You either change the timer motor or you change the
Timing cams. Contact Lobright manufacturing in Queens village new york 888 - 829 - 0009
I do not know if my friend Bob Pinkney is still there but ask for him and tell him JW said hi. Ask him to send you a catalog. In it you will find all sorts of laundry matt stuff plus those cams and motors.

May 11, 2009 | Dryers

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Dryer timer counts off to fast

The only thing that I can think of is that you are using a dryer intended for Europe in the US. While they both run on 220V, the timer motor will be specific for the frequency of the country. The US uses 60 Hz. Europe uses 50 Hz.

To keep the explanation simplistic, your timer motor expect 50 electric (frequency) "beats" per second but instead is getting 60 beats per second. Your clock is turning an extra 12 seconds every minute.

Sep 22, 2008 | Kenmore 63942 Dryer

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