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If timer dial is not rotating, then timer is not wired correctly, voltage is wrong, or timer motor has stopped functioning.
If small motor used to rotate dial has gone bad, then replace timer.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just checking, still plugged in, fuse or circuit breaker not tripped that provides power to it? If you can turn it manually, and the dial does not turn when powered up, look for a small on/off switch, other than that, maybe it does need replacement, but they usually last longer that a year, but I have had some timers that just quit working on me too.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
SOURCE: manual for taco clock timer 265
I was having the same problem and came accross these instructions. The following link is a PDF file. The first page relates to an analog timer and the following pages relate to a more advanced digital one. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Took a little hunting but managed to find it for you.
Here's the link to the manual including programming instructions.
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Posted on Dec 29, 2010
SOURCE: Model T101 is not turning
The breaker is tripping?
Timer starts again when you flip breaker. It sounds like breaker is loose on the busbar, or there is loose wire that stops making contact, and then the timer turns off because no electricity is flowing to timer.
You have T101 timer.
When the timer is off next time: Stand on dry surface or dry boards. Open cover. Notice there is a plastic insulator that covers wiring terminals. On the insulator, each wiring terminal is marked: A 1 2. Remove plastic insulator that covers wiring terminals. Use ordinary electrical tester. Tape tester leads to wood sticks to keep hands away from voltage. Test across terminals 1 and A for 120Volts (or 110, 115, 125V is all the same).
If there is no voltage, then circuit breaker and/or wire from circuit breaker is suspect.
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