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E10694 is imaginary number applied to all sorts of intermatic timers sold by folks who want their timer to appear unique and rare on internet. It has been used for T101 120V timer, T104 240v timer, T170 series timer with day-skipper, and also with 'cycle' timers... except all timers with rotating dial could be called cycle timers, but 'cycle timers' are normally timers with less than 24 hour rotation period.

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