Question about Intermatic T104M 208-277Volt 40-amp Timer Switch-Double Pole / Single Throw
I installed a T104 on my water heater, it ran perfectly for twelve hours but when it reached the shut off time of 8 am, it shut the appliance off and the timer clock stopped too. It seems to be wired according to instructions.
The power incoming to the timer (known as LINE) must be on terminals 1 and 3 as this is where the clock gets its power from. The power leaving the timer going out to whatever you want to control (known as LOAD) should be on terminals 2 and 4. This way the timer motor has power all the time.
When the timer is on terminal 1 connects to terminal 2 and terminal 3 connects to terminal 4.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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