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Delonghi TRN1015T wiring diagram

Delonghi TRN1015T


My timer makes a ticking noise,  I would like to bypass it since I don't ever use it. Could someone please email a wiring diagram or tell me which pins to jumper on the timer in order to bypass it.
Thanks in advance for your help
shirsh@bellsouth.net

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Just wondered how you learned to turn off the timer.

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