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The only way to reset the bios password is to reset the bios itself. Depending on the make/model of your computer, there might be a little button on the back of the unit which you push with a paperclip. Turn the computer on and while the BIOS is booting, press the Pause'Break button on your keyboard. That should stop the BIOS boot...Or attempt to get into it so that it waits at the bios password screen, then press the button. It should reset the computer, then when it comes back up (you might need to hit it twice, then turn the power on), it will say something about the clock being wrong, enter the setup to fix it. Go ahead and enter the setup, reset the clock, then (if you need to) reset the password to something you'll remember.
If there's no button, then you'll have to reset the bios using a jumper on the motherboard. The jumper's location varies based on the make/model of your computer. If you respond with said make/model, I should be able to look up how to do it, and I can respond back with the specific instructions.
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T104 timer is for 240 Volt circuits. It has internal 240V clock motor. Clock terminals and timer terminals are connected, so there is no way this timer can control 110V circuit. http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html
T101 timer is for 110V circuit. T101 has 110V clock motor Both white neutral wires = terminal A. Black hot wire from breaker box = terminal 1 Black wire to load = terminal 2. Grounds = green screw
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T103 timer is for 110V circuit T103 has 110V clock motor Both white neutral wires = terminal A. Black hot wire from breaker box = terminal 3 Black hot wire to load = terminal 4 Grounds = green screw
T1905 timer is for 110V circuit. T1905 has 110V clock motor Both white neutrals = Clock terminal Black hot from breaker = COM Black to load = NO [load comes on when timer turns on]
Take out the flash card and clean the terminals with good eraser then plug it back in and try it. Just make sure you ground your self before touching the flash card. Also make sure not to touch the terminal.