Question about Intermatic Electrical Supplies
Clock motor is bad
to fix it you have to replace it, i would go with replacing the whole thing.
Posted on Mar 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have the hot and load reversed. the power source should connect to terminal 1. the wire going on to the pool pump should be hooked to terminal 2.
the clock motor is powered off terminal 1 and A is the neutral.
what u have done is hooked the power source to #2 and the load to #1, simply switch them and everything should be fine, here is a link to the wiring diagram for the timer.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you so much for your comments. I followed what you said and it works like a charm! Thank you again."
Does the clock stop, or does the light just stay on? Without knowing any further information, you have a tripper that is set for the time to go on...now, you should have one that is set to go off. Make sure you have both trippers set, and working. (ie. set one to go ON at 8:00 pm, and the other to go off at 8:30 pm). If so, then set them to your desired times - and try again. Also, I'm not sure how long you've had this timer - because you could have a bad motor. If so, it's cheaper to buy a new timer - than try and buy a motor for it. Anyway, try the above information I gave you - and then let me know what happens. Any other information you can give me would be great. I hope the above info. helps you, but if not - we'll try Plan B. Good Luck! - JR
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
SOURCE: I am replacing an Intermatic
GE15600 replacement module snaps into standard Intermatic box.
Timers can be wired different ways. I know all these timers and have them sitting in my office.
I cannot see your timer or your wires, so read information below.
Open following link for clear crossover instructions:
If Intermatic timer has terminals A 1 2 3 4, then that is not traditional T101, but sounds like 120Volt T103.
T103 can be wired many different ways, and is not fully compatible with GE replacement.
If you have wires on all terminals A 1 2 3 4, then add a comment and say what wires you have and what loads you are controlling, for more detailed information.
For other folks who find this link, it is sometimes less expensive to repair T100 series Intermatic timer with $4 trippers and $20 clock motor.
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Posted on May 17, 2011
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
Open following link for troubleshoot checklist
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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