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I need to know where to obtain Red & Green Pins for my Intermatic TIME-ALL Model TN111 ?

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Make sure lamp is turned ON, and that light bulb is good.
Rotate manual override button on timer to check that light turns on-off.
Intermatic TN111 series timers have 1 year warranty against defects in workmanship.
If you are having problems with multiple failed timers, then use circuit analyzer to test outlet polarity and grounding. If that checks out, have electrician check how clean the electrical lines are.
Also important to note that timers are susceptible to power surge. Simple power outage can burn out timer when power resumes.

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I have lost plastic pin{red} for my indoor light timer. Is there anything I can use to replace it,or can I buy a new one? If so where can I get them? It is an INTERMATIC TIME ALL Model No. TN111.

Open following link for Intermatic trippers and parts with identifying numbers and ordering information.

According to Intermatic information, TN series uses 107TN222 turquoise ON tripper, 107TN221 red OFF tripper.
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Where can i buy on and off trippers for tn111

Intermatic no longer makes TN111 timer:

There are plastic Intermatic trippers. You have to decide if trippers same as yours or if cost effective to have trippers shipped vrs buying plug-in timer at Home center, hardware, Target or Walmart

GE makes tripper-timer sold at Home Depot for $10:
Walmart sells a tripper-type too, but I forget model number and timer is not always in stock.
Lowes sells segment-type timer.

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I'm not sure exactly what timer you have.
You posted under Intermatic 'all weather timer' which is plug-in type timer with red and green pins.

1) If your timer is plug-in-type and trippers will not move, then just plug heater into the wall and don't use timer at all.

2) If you have Intermatic hard-wire timer that does not plug in, then trippers are attached to metal dial.
Remove trippers with pair of pliers. Don't use trippers and flip manual override lever to ON.

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Can't figure out how to set Intermatic timer 111c up to nightlight

Hello. I can help you with this times.

Step one - insert the pins at the times you want the night light to come on and go off. The green pins will turn on the night light and the red pins will turn it off. If you just want one on time and one off time just use one pin of each color.

After you have the pins inserted, set the correct time on the timer and plug it into an outlet that is always on [not one that is controlled by a wall switch].

The override switch will turn the device off if it is on, but just one time. As the next time it turns on it will once again be controlled by the times.

If ou want the night light to come on and off in the evening and again in the morninng, use two green pins and two red pins. Push in a green pin at each time where you want the night light to come on and push in a red pin at each time you want it to go off.

Get back if you need additional clarification.

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