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Missing screw I have a York Electric timer for exterior lighting and there are 2 moveable "clips" that are secured on the timing whel by tiny brass screws and I lost one screw. I can't find a replacement for this tiny part.

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The screw is A common machine screw, which you should be aboe to match at an automotive parts store. The clips can be found at any elecvtricial supply house that sells that brand of timer switch. 

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These in-wall timers have extra wire to operate the electronics located inside timer.
You said your old switch has 3 wires.
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http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59000

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