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Normally B+ is the positive of your Battery

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What dose it mean when engin light falshes contstantly


Flashing Diag Code P0122
TP circuit low input
DETECTION CONDITION
• If PCM detects TP sensor voltage at PCM terminal 89 below 0.10 V after engine start, PCM determines
that TP circuit has a malfunction.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• TP sensor malfunction
• Connector or terminal malfunction
• Open circuit between TP sensor terminal C and PCM terminal 89
• Short to ground circuit between TP sensor terminal C and PCM terminal 89
• Open circuit between TP sensor terminal A and PCM terminal 90
• Short to ground circuit between TP sensor terminal A and PCM terminal 90
• PCM malfunction

Flashing Diag Code P0123
TP circuit high input

DETECTION CONDITION
• If PCM detects TP sensor voltage at PCM terminal 89 is above 4.77 V after engine start, PCM determines
that TP circuit has a malfunction.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• TP sensor malfunction
• Connector or terminal malfunction
• Open circuit between TP sensor terminal B and PCM terminal 91
• Short to reference voltage (Vref) supply circuit between TP sensor terminal C and PCM terminal 89
• PCM malfunction

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Download needed no *go variable


'No *GO Variable' indicates that the terminal was unable to locate a valid Go Variable used to initialize the terminal.
Use the following to guide you through resolving this problem. Terminal Response Probable Cause Solution No *GO
Variable The terminal is not loaded with the VMAC (Verix Multi App Conductor) program used to allow the terminal to access multiple applications (File Groups). Download VMAC into the terminal. The download installed into the terminal is corrupted. Re-download the terminal. The terminal has not been downloaded. Download the terminal. The download did not authenticate correctly. Re-download the terminal. The download did not unzip into the correct location, therefore cannot be accessed. Re-download the terminal, if this is unsuccessful, verify where the file is being unzipped to.


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I need a wiring diagram for an Omron H5CX-A timer


Wiring will appear on side of timer.
Test the timer with multimeter to see which terminals are connected. When timer has no power, then Com and NC terminals will have continuity.
H5CX-A Timer has 11 screw terminal connections and timer is rated 100V to 250Volt AC 50-60Hz.
Input is power IN > this is the 100V to 250Volts coming from breaker box or transformer. For example input terminals might be labeled A and B.
This will give power to timer, but remainder of screw terminals have no power.
To put power to relay terminals, jumper the power from Input terminal A to COM terminal.
For example Com terminals might be 7 and 9.
So jumper Hot wire from Terminal A to terminal 7.
This action will put hot on Com terminal 7, but also give power to the NC terminal.
For example the NC terminals might be 1 and 3.
So when timer is OFF, the NC terminal has power.
Then when timer turns ON, the NC terminal no longer has power, but the NO terminals are Hot.
NO terminals might be 4 and 6, and these terminals turn on-and-off when timer turns on--and-off
Open following link to help with Omron 11-pin wiring:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-pin-timers.html

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How to install intermatic PB913N66


Open following link to identify timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Intermatic-PB800-PB900-timers.pdf

The timer has 4 terminal connections.
2 terminal connections are for the clock motor, and 2 terminals are switched just like ordinary light switch.
See how to connect terminal ends to electrical wire by crimping:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Terminals.html

Which 2 terminals are for clock, and which 2 are for switch?
Test across both sets of terminals using continuity tester or multimeter set to read ohms.
Then rotate override knob to next position, and repeat test on both sets of terminals.
The set of terminals that changed when override was rotated are the switch terminals.
The other set of terminals are the clock terminals.

Connect 120Volt Hot and neutral to the clock terminals. Turn on power and make sure clock dial rotates.
Next: the cable going to Load has 2 wires: Black and white.
Cut the black wire. Crimp terminal connections on each end. Connect each end of black wire to the switch terminals.

To set timer for on-off operation, open following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html

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It says no go file


Terminal ResponseProbable CauseSolutionNo *GO
Variable The terminal is not loaded with the VMAC (Verix Multi App Conductor) program used to allow the terminal to access multiple applications (File Groups). Download VMAC into the terminal. The download installed into the terminal is corrupted. Re-download the terminal. The terminal has not been downloaded. Download the terminal. The download did not authenticate correctly. Re-download the terminal. The download did not unzip into the correct location, therefore cannot be accessed. Re-download the terminal, if this is unsuccessful, verify where the file is being unzipped to.

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I know my Suply line goes to 1 and 2 terminals . Which terminals to I use for a120 outside light. There are 3 # 3,4,5


Check back of timer for correct clock voltage.
FM1 timer clock can be 24V, 120V or 240V.
Terminals 1 and 2 power the clock motor.
Terminals 3 4 5 are dry.
3 4 5 have no power after you connect 120Volt Hot and Neutral to terminals 1 and 2.
120V Hot is black wire, and typically this is connected to terminal 1.
120V Neutral is white wire, and typically this is connected to terminal 2.

To wire light to terminals 3 4 5:
120V Hot is connected to terminal 3. So Hot connects to both terminal 1 and 3.
Terminal 4 is NO normally open, so connect Black wire going to outdoor lights to terminal 4.
Terminal 5 is NC normally closed, and no wire is connected here for this application.

White wire to outdoor lights is connected to Neutral, so white wire to lights connects to terminal 2. So both neutrals connect to terminal 2.

http://waterheatertimer.org/images/FM1-wiring-280.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-trippers-and-parts.html#FM1
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-set-timers.html

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I have a Et 70115C Intermatic Timer, I want to install it on my Hot Water Heater, I have connected the 2 110V leads from my breaker to Terminals 1 & 2 and connected the two leads from the hot water...


A) 5 terminal ET70115C.
Voltage selector set to 240.

B) BUT you say you have 120Volts from breaker >>> confusing, so I'm proceeding on basis that you meant to say 240V from breaker.
Add a comment at any time.

C) Review timer:
5-terminal ET70115 timer has NO and NC terminals
NC is normally closed >> this terminal has power when timer is OFF
NO is normally open >> this terminals has power when timer turns ON
For water heater, you want NO terminal 4 so water heater turns ON when timer turns ON

D) Wire for 240Volt water heater

Two hot wires from breaker connect to terminals 1 and 2. This powers timer clock.
Jumper wire connects between terminal 2 to terminal 3. This sends power to the switch circuit.
Wires to water heater connect to terminals 1 and 4

E) 5-terminal timer turns off 1 hot wire to 240V water heater.
Turning off 1 hot wire will stop 240V circuit from working; Water heater thermostats also turn off one hot wire.
240V water heater has black and red wire.
Wire from terminal 4 should connect to Black wire on water heater.

Diagram shows two wires on terminal 1
Two wires on terminal 2
One jumper wire on terminal 3
One wire on terminal 4
Zero wires on terminal 5


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Why do I need to use the Jumper? Does the timer close the circut on the nutrel side only or does is close both ?


EH10 has four screw terminals: 1 2 3 4
EH10 has two screw terminals exclusively for electronic clock motor.
These terminals connect exclusively to clock ... there is no internal jumper that passes power to another terminal.

Terminals 2 and 3) Black Hot lead connects to two terminals. Hot connects to terminal 2 and to terminal 3 ... so you put a jumper wire between terminals 2 and 3.

Terminal 1) All neutral or white wires connect to terminal 1, so there are two white wires on terminal 1.

Terminal 4
) Black wire going to 120V Load connects to terminal 4.

Contrast EH10-electronic-timer with T-101-electro-mechanical-timer. T-104 clock motor has two separate wires that connect to terminals A and 1. Electronic clock doesn't have those separate wires.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Back-of-WH40-2b.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T101

Your second question about closing the circuit.
When timer turns ON, it closes circuit between terminals 3 and 4.
So the Hot is closed.
Neutral is not closed, it is open at all times.
EH10 is SPST timer ... One single pole is opened-and-closed (SP), and timer completes action with a single throw (ST)

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How to wire a 1104 series time switch


8896f6e.jpgTork 1100 series

Tork 1103 can control 120V or 240V Loads (fan light motor)
It can control 1 or 2 different Loads
Tork 1103 has 5 screw terminals
L 1 Unmarked X 2

The Tork 1103 has a 120V clock motor that consumes 3 Watts and costs $3.50 per year to operate.
1) You have to have a white Neutral wire from breaker box connected to Unmarked terminal no matter if you are controlling 120V or 240V Load
2) You have to have a black Hot wire from breaker connected to terminal L no matter what load

If you have 1 Load 120V:
Terminal L black hot from breaker
Terminal 1 no wire
Unmarked terminal white neutral from breaker
Terminal X black wire going to Load
Terminal 2 no wire
White wire going to Load connects to Unmarked terminal
So 2 white wires are on terminal 2

If you have 2 Loads 120V (Load1 Load2)
Terminal L black hot from breaker
Terminal 1 jumper your black hot from Terminal 1
Unmarked terminal white neutral from breaker
Terminal X black wire going to Load1
White wire going to Load1 connects to Unmarked terminal
Terminal 2 black wire going to Load2
White wire from Load2 connects to Unmarked terminal
So 3 white wires are on terminal 2

If you have 2 Loads 240V
Terminal L black hot from breaker
Terminal 1 jumper your black hot from Terminal 1
Unmarked terminal white neutral from breaker (no other wires connect to this terminal)
Terminal X black wire going to Load1
White wire going to Load1 connects back to 240V breaker
Terminal 2 black wire going to Load2
White wire from Load2 connects back to 240V breaker

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