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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
...may have solved this one... opened up an Intermatic Model HB31R and it seems to have the WG2030 timer motor... this model (complete timer box) cost $20 or so...
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
All Intermatic manuals
Intermatic does not show DT11
Intermatic shows the DT121 is no longer available
If the display shows and you can set programs, then the battery is good.
Does the manual override work? This indicates whether the timer on-off switch operates.
If manual override does not work, then I discovered that timers are no longer any good
Set present time
Then set ON time for program 1
Set OFF time for program 1
Then set ON time for program 2
Set OFF time for program 2
Most timers will not function if there is a conflict in programming > for example Program 1 says ON at 6 and OFF at 7 and Program 2 says opposite or has overlapping times
When events are set, press SET once > this will put timer in RUN mode
If manual override works, and you set programming correctly, but timer does not carry out instructions, I guess the timer is no good.
Intermatic has 24 hour timers with 2 on-off per day
Intermatic has 7-day digital timers (all digital timers today are 7 day where you select the day that each program works)
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
SOURCE: We replaced the battery for
Intermatic no longer makes HB71 timer, and I cannot find instructions for the timer.
Intermatic website is offline on weekends starting March 2011, but I have searched the site numerous times over past year and they do not post that manual.
However I might be able to piece together steps if you add a comment and include in-focus photo of timer and buttons. Also include anything you can remember about setting the timer.
My understanding so far is that this timer has 2 slide buttons, and several push buttons.
Typically slide button timers require both slide buttons to be in one position for setting timer, and another position for programming timer, and another position for operating timer. The complicated steps are why timer has been replaced with newer models with sleeker programming.
If you do not want to bother sending photograph, or working on the problem, then buy another outdoor timer for 20$
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
The Intermatic E1020C timer is a 120 volt, single gang, single pole switch. This means it must ONLY be used on 120 volt circuits (to operate the internal timer motor), will fit into a standard electrical swithbox (does not require over or double sized boxes) and will replace a standard, single pole switch ie: has ONLY two terminal screws (not including the green ground terminal) and if a toggle type - has ON and OFF on the handle. The only additional requirement is that the switchbox will need hot (often black or red) & neutral (nearly always white) power in wires and hot (again, black or red) and neutral (again, nearly always white) power out (to the light or fan) wires. Many times, these devices are wired a little differently - with just 2 wires - instead of the four cited above. This is to provide power to keep the timer motor operating. The manual for this switch can be downloaded (and printed) here.
The part number of the old switch you provided does not appear to be correct. This number lends me to believe that it is for a 220-240 volt circuit. The closest I could find to an Intermatic part number was WG230-13. This part is the timer motor for replacement on a differnt style timer. It is indeed a 220 - 240 volt clock motor as I suspected. Please double check the brand and model number once more.
Lastly, if you can not find the info requested above, you should be able to replace the old timer with the new style - provided that the installation requirements cited in the first paragraph are met. Shut the power off before removing timers and switches and test with a working meter to be sure.
I hope this helps & good luck!
Posted on Nov 21, 2011
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