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Intermatic T103 timer wired for 240V

I also have a T103, but it is wired for 240V. How should the clock be wired for 120V? Do I need to run a white neutral wire from the neutral in the electric box to the A terminal?

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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

http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/t103%20-%20english.ashx

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You have the T103 timer rated 120-240. The clock motor part of timer is 120Volt. This is a very versatile timer, but confusing for non-electrician and electrician alike.
Solve problem by converting timer from T103 to the 240V T104 by changing clock motor from 120V WG1570 to 240V WG1573.
Buy wg1573 clock motor at WW Grainger or drillspot etc.
Resources:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-replace-Intermatic-clock-motor.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T104
This simple fix is intentionally designed by Intermatic so their timers are not only adaptable to all electrical needs, but also can be maintained to last 25 years by replacing clock motors and trippers as needed

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Yes.
240Volt can be turned ON-OFF by cutting power to one of the two 120Volt wires in the 240Volt circuit. You need Neutral wire for 120V, while 240V does not require neutral wire.
http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html#120-240
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/T-101-wired-to-control-240-800.jpg

If you have Intermatic 120Volt box timer such as T101 or T103, then 120Volt WH1570 clock motor on back of timer can be changed to 240Volt WG1573.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html

Other brands timer, it might be possible to change clock motor.
Add comment with brand and model of timer.

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Copy following link for T103 timer wiring options:
The clock motor is 120Volts, but clock motor can be changed from WH1570 to WG1573, and this action changes 120V T103 into 208-277V T104 timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T103

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How to wire a intermatic timer T104 240 v to a 120v?


T104 is 240volt timer.
Timer has terminals A 1 2 3 4
T-104 clock motor must receive 240Volts to operate.
Clock motor wires are white-colored and can be seen connected to terminals 1 and 3.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Back-of-WH40-2b.jpg

There are two work-arounds for using T104 for 120V.

1) Diagram 1 showing how to change wiring:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/T-104-control-120V-Load-500.jpg
Move 240V clock motor wires to terminal 1 and A.
Connect 240V Hot leads to terminals 1 and A. This will power the 240V clock motor
Hot wire going to 120V load connects to terminal 2. This wire will be turned on each time timer turns on, and 120Volts will power the 120V load.
To complete 120V circuit, neutral wire that comes from neutral busbar in breaker box connects to 120V load.

To control additional 120Volt circuit, run jumper wire from terminal 1 to terminal 3.
Connect Hot to second load to terminal 4.

2) Second method is to change T104 timer into T103 timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/T-104-control-120V-Load-2-5.jpg
Replace T104 240V clock with identical 120V clock motor from Grainger
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search
Neutral wires connect to terminal A.
Hot wire from Breaker connects to terminal 1
Hot going to Load connects to terminal 2

To control additional 120Volt circuit, run jumper wire from terminal 1 to terminal 3.
Connect Hot to second load to terminal 4.

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WH40 water heater timer: Does black wire from service box go to terminal #1 and black wire to water heater to terminal #2? Does neutral (white) from service box go to terminal #3 and neutral (white) to...


WH40 is 240Volt timer.
WH40 will not work with 120V circuit.

See WH40 wiring illustration at following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-EH40-hot-water-heater-timer.html

There are two hot wires in 240V circuit because every circuit requires two wires to complete the circuit.
Hot wires from breaker connect to terminal 1 and 3.
Notice that small white wires are also connected to terminals 1 and 3.
Small white wires power clock motor located on back of mechanism, so this says power from breaker box must arrive on terminals 1 and 3. This insures that clock motor runs continuously.
If clock motor only runs when manual override switch is clicked ON, then your Hot and Load wires are reversed.

Bare ground wire connects to green ground screw.
Wires going to Load (water heater) connect to terminals 2 and 4.

FYI: Terminal A is not used unless circuit also has a Neutral wire,
See basic water heater circuit Diagram #2:
http://waterheatertimer.org/240-v-water-heater-circuit.html

Terminal A is also used if you want to convert WH40 to 120V timer by replacing 240V clock with 120V clock.
How to convert Intermatic 240V timer to 120V timer
http://www.fixya.com/support/t7353947-intermatic_timer_wg

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I have Intermatic timer WG 1573 208/277V 60Hz 3W stamped on the case. I would like to chage this unit to a 110V timer system if possible. (In other words just be able to switch clock motors) If this is...


WG1573 is a 240 Volt clock motor for T100 series timers.
This means you have T-104 timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html
Image shown on link above is T104R outdoor timer.
T104 indoor timer is the same except door does not have rubber gasket.
Terminals are labeled A 1 2 3 4
If this is not your timer, then add a comment.

Following instructions will convert T104 240V timer to T103 120V timer

Clock motor can be replace with identical 120V clock motor from Grainger
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search

Timer mechanism snaps out and clock motor is located on back.
Remove clock motor with star screwdriver tip

Connect new clock motor wires to DIFFERENT terminals than before.
Old clock was connected to terminals 1 and 3
New 120V clock motor is connected to terminals A and 1

Wiring for 120V T103 is shown on link below.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T103
White neutral wire must connect to terminal A
Black hot wire must connect to terminal 1

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T-103 has 120V clock motor with 5 terminals A 1 2 3 4
Tork 1101 has 120V clock motor with 4 terminals L 1 X 2

T103 is DPST and can control one-or-two 120Volt loads, or one-or-two 240Volt loads.
Tork 1101 is SPST can control one 120Volt load

Common ground between these timers one 120 Volt load
Changeover for one 120 Volt load:
White wires T103 terminal A go to Tork terminal X
Black wire T103 terminal 1 goes Tork terminals L and 1 (there is brass connector plate that connects L and 1 - if connector is missing, jumper between L and 1)
Black wire on T103 terminal 2 goes Tork terminal 2

If Load requirement is greater than T1101, Grainger sells T103 clock motor for $16
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/timer-accessories/timers/electrical/ecatalog/N-8hi

How to wire T103
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T103
T1101 wiring manual
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/110111021103WIRING.pdf

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I having troble with my t103 timer to turn the lights on manualy i try to set the timer but for some reason doesn't work what can i do ???


T103 Intermatic timer has 120Volt clock motor and can control 120V or 240V Loads.
Wiring for timer is shown on following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T103

Troubleshoot T103:
1) Manual override is working correctly, and it snaps crisp and clean, and Load turns on-and-off.
That means timer is basically good.

2) Next look to see if yellow dial is rotating.
If dial is not rotating, then 120Volt clock motor needs to be replaced.
Take photo of wiring and mark wires before starting.
Remove two white wires connected to screw terminals 1 and A.
Snap timer mechanism out of box, clock motor is on back of timer.
Use small star screwdriver to remove old clock motor.
Reattach white wires on terminals 1 and A, tighten screws very tight.
Reset current time: lift and rotate dial until current time lines up with silver pointer.
Grainger sells 125V clock motor:
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search

3) If dial is rotating, but gets stuck at certain times, or runs slow, then replace clock motor.

4) If dial is rotating, and trippers are attached to dial, but timer does not turn ON, then trippers are worn down and need to be replaced.
Grainger sells the T103 trippers
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Timer-Tripper-2E054?Pid=search

5) How Intermatic mechanical timers work:
Dial with ON-OFF trippers is rotated by clock motor.
Trippers on dial contact ON-OFF lever.
ON tripper pushes lever one direction.
OFF tripper pushes lever opposite direction.
Lever moves electrical contacts on back of timer that turn Load ON-OFF.
Manual override lever clicks back and forth with each ON-OFF action.

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Are all t104 timers 220 volt?


Yes, all T104s are 240Volt since the clock motor is 240V
Intermatic T101 and T103 have 120V clock motor

http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html

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Have intermatic t103 time switch, 240 v supply, clock motor not turning. what the correct wiring for the clock. 2 white wires...


Maybe-bad news.
The link below shows wiring for the T-104, T-103 and T-101
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T103

For a 240V installation, the correct timer is the T-104, not the T-103
This is because the T-103 clock motor is 120V, and requires additional neutral wire on terminal A
The T-104 clock motor is 240V, and requires only the two hot wires and does not require a neutral.

I suggest you exchange timers and get the T-104
Or run another wire to nearby 120V receptacle and connect Terminal A to the white wires in nearby receptacles. This will give you the neutral that is needed for the clock.
In the absence of a Neutral wire, you can work-around by connecting ground wire to Terminal A >>> but this is NOT Code. You might use the ground wire as a temporary work-around until running additional neutral wire.

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