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As a plumber, I would say you are better of getting rid of the timer. You aren't saving yourself much money at all using it, we're talking $50 a year at most. They usually wind up causing more trouble than they are worth.
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you very much for your responce. I had tryed the paragon website and it was very little help to me. I have found the correct trippers now."
SOURCE: i need to get some
4000 series Paragon timer uses X2772 tripper
To check your model:
Midnight electric sells X2772 tripper
That being said,
According to e-mail I got from Paragon last month, Paragon is no longer making timers or timer parts. Except for defrost timers. 4000 series is not a defrost timer.
This explains why some sellers of these trippers are asking $50 or more for $3 pair of trippers.
To change your timer to Intermatic.
Refer to Intermatic cross reference:
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
SOURCE: I need trippers for an
I don't recognize Paragon TC-2.
Intermatic cross reference does not have that model number either.
Paragon sent e-mail last month saying they were no longer making timers and parts, except for defrost timers. Your water heater timer is not defrost timer.
Here is a wide selection of water heater timers, electro-mechanical and digital:
Manuals and wiring diagrams are shown for most products on page.
I recommend simple 240Volt Intermatic WH-40 for price and reliability. Drawback is minimum 1 hour on-off.
Or Intermatic T-101 for 120Volt heater or T-104 for 240Volt heaters sold at Lowes.
Intermatic trippers and motors are available and interchangeable, and are made of steel.
Some new timers are made with plastic parts:
GE 15207 is universal 120V 240V and sold at Home Depot.
Tork has new universal electro-mechanical timer, TU-40 for 120 and 240 applications
I use GE 15070 in-wall timer from Home Depot for my water heater because I change times frequently and try to shave every dollar:
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Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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