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Installed new timer forget to mark one wire on timer

I have one wire that is a hot wire and can not find a place for it on the hot side of the timer

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  • drdill Feb 22, 2008

    Now I have no heat

  • coreysmom Dec 26, 2008

    wont heat to dry clothes

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I was just looking at the site and thought I could help. I know it has been a long time since your post but here it is. If you only have one wire left, put it in the last position remaining to tie/clip into. If there are more than one remaining, investigate for wear on the connections. There should be some scarring where you removed the old one. Match up the old with the new. Hope this helps.

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Open following links for resources:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-trippers-and-parts.html#sprinkler
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/T8845PV-image-700.jpg

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T8845PV is 120Volt timer.
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This is not code, but it will work until you have time to run 120Volt line from nearby 120Volt outlet.
Read about 120 and 240Volt circuits
http://waterheatertimer.org/B220C.html

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http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/How-to-Set-and-Troubleshoot-Intermatic-sprinkler-timer.pdf

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Open the working one with the switch turned off, of course. Disconnect the wiring going to the second light. Make sure the first light works just like you want it to.
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The box/instructions for the new dimmer may point out what it's NOT compatible with.
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geno_3245_259.jpg

2) Your timer might also be wired as follows:
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http://www.amazon.com/Woods-59028-Programmable-Switch-Almond/dp/B002LGAAQK/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_t
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You posted under EJ351 timer.

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http://waterheatertimer.org/Programmable.html
The link above will help you identify your timer.

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2) Use mode button and change between AUTO & RND >> try manual override in each mode
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