Question about Intermatic T104-20 Indoor Hot Water Timer
That's because the timer is mis-wired. The incoming wires from the circuit breaker _must_ be connected to terminals 1 and 3. The out going wires to the water heater must be connected to terminals 2 and 4.
The clock timer motor is connected internally to terminals 1 and 3, so it won't work if the incoming (always hot) wires are connected to terminals 2 and 4 (until you close the contacts by moving the manual lever to the ON position)
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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