Question about Hardware & Accessories
A wire has come loose from the setting switch. It is not obvious which terminal the wire goes to since there are so many unused terminals. The wire that has come loose is the white wire from the AC supply power cord. A diagram, schematic, or photo will help.
If you can't get the schematic on Google, test between the black wire and the connectors available. One that has continuity with some resistance is a good candidate. One that has no resistance probably is another connector for black....
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
T104 series intermatic timers are 208/230/277 volt clocks, not 120. I believe you have the wrong model and need a T101 series instead.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
yes u will, but u will have to make sure one of the motor wires are hooked up that way also, in case it has been moved, here is a link with the diagram u need
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
The L terminal would be for your "hot" incoming black wire. The X terminal would be for your load outgoing black wire. Connect both white neutral wires to the blank terminal (notice this feeds the timer motor. The other two terminals (1&2) are not necessary if it is a 110V single circuit.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
If I understand correctly, you want to add a photocell to existing receptacle.
Start by looking at receptacle:
Receptacle has 3 different colored screws.
Green screw for bare ground wire
Brass screws with black Hot wire connected.
Silver screws with white Neutral wire.
How to wire photocell to receptacle.
Remove black Hot wire off of brass screw and connect black wire to photocell-black wire. This will power the photocell switch.
Connect photocell-red wire to brass screw on receptacle. This will turn receptacle on-off whenever photocell switch turns on-off.
Connect photocell-white wire to silver screw, and this will complete circuit to photocell switch so the switch is able to operate.
All white Neutral wires are connected to silver screws.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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