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Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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First this model is a 230V model I believe. That means the motor runs on 230V. IF it's working when it's "ON" then you probably have a line and load set of wires reversed. Look at your wiring diagram. I believe 1 and 3 are line and 2 and 4 are load. Since the timer motor is connected to term 1 and 3 it should receive power at all times. When the switches trip then 1 is connected to 2 and 3 is connected to 4. If I don't have the numbers right on your model, you can see the two small wires from the motor. These should both be Line on a 230V model.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
1) Clock motor needs replacement:
Link below shows timer and wiring manuals.
2) 120Volt Clock motor sells for $43 at Frontier lighting
3) New Tork 1103 sells for $55. Just swap out insides without changing box.
4) Intermatic crossover for Tork 1103 shows Intermatic T103 timer.
Amazon sells T103 for $50
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Posted on Jan 23, 2011
With the Intermatic timers I'm familiar with, pulling out the dial but, if it pulled out and turns to lock, make sure you have it back the way it was. Obviously the time is doesn't matter because you are using it manually. Anyway, the dial shouldn't really effect the manual switch. If you disconnected any wires or if any came off , you will need to put them back. The system is pretty simple, just like a house switch. It sounds to me like the breaker is tripped or a wire came off.
Posted on May 13, 2011
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