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We have a clock operated digital timer but can't find the instructions. Its a 125V general purpose timer. We can't find a maker name anywhere on the timer. The numbers on it are TM-012 and E227659. We can't figure how to set it! Thanks for any help.

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Plug it in, put a paper clip in the reset. Hold CLK and then push day, hour, minute for actual time.

Push and release program to turn on and off.

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  • zgallery Dec 08, 2010

    I was not the original person who submitted this question, but it was EXACTLY the info I needed - thanks!

  • MARIALEX ERASO Nov 11, 2011

    Thanks a lot! Is just what I needed!

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    r2wags Apr 13, 2014

    indman8227 could you add any more information about this timer?? I did reset and not sure about "on, off, auto and dmd?? Thanks

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I have a MODEL T1471BR TIMER THAT THE CLOCK QUIT WORKING WHAT IS THE PART # FOR A REPLACEMENT CLOCK


Look on clock motor for part number:
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How to install photo cell on timer


You posted under T1471BR timer.
This is a 4PST timer
Do not install photo eye on input voltage from breaker box, because that will stop timer clock from operating except nighttime, and then clock time will be off.
The timer clock terminals are A and B, so Connect white neutral to terminal A and black Hot wire to terminal B.
The terminal switch terminals are dry and receive no power when input terminal A and B have power.
Copy following link for illustration showing typical timer wiring.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/T1471BR-wiring-500.jpg
Using illustration above: If You want to add photo eye, Remove black wire from terminal 5 to light bulb. Then Connect photo eye black wire to terminal 5, connect photo eye white wire to white wire at light bulb, and connect photo eye red wire to black wire at light bulb.
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You posted under T1471BR timer.
This is a 4PST timer
Do not install photo eye on input voltage from breaker box, because that will stop timer clock from operating except nighttime, and then clock time will be off.
The timer clock terminals are A and B, so Connect white neutral to terminal A and black Hot wire to terminal B.
The terminal switch terminals are dry and receive no power when input terminal A and B have power.
Copy following link for illustration showing typical timer wiring.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/T1471BR-wiring-500.jpg
Using illustration above: If You want to add photo eye, Remove black wire from terminal 5 to light bulb. Then Connect photo eye black wire to terminal 5, connect photo eye white wire to white wire at light bulb, and connect photo eye red wire to black wire at light bulb.
Copy following link for Intermatic T1400 series product manuals, 3-phase wiring, etc
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#T1400

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Where can I find the manual for the Intermatic Incorporated Timer, Spst-125V 24Hr Mechanical 2 On/Off - PB913N84


There is no manual specific to the PB800-900 series timers.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-trippers-and-parts.html#PB
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Intermatic-PB800-PB900-timers.pdf

Timer uses 107TTN222 ON tripper and 107TN221 OFF tripper.
Push trippers onto dial at times you want timer to turn on-off.
Rotate dial until current time lines up with arrowhead located in center of timer dial.
images show that timer has override knob that can be rotated.
Timer has 4 terminal connections. 2 connections are for 120Volt clock motor, and 2 terminals are the switch for turning Load on-off.
Black hot wire and white neutral wire connect to clock terminals.
Switch terminals are dry.
Dry terminals mean they have no power when wires are connected to clock motor.
The switch terminals wire just like ordinary light switch: Power connects to one of the terminals, and wire to Load connects to other terminal. Neutral wire does not connect to switch terminals, just like wiring an ordinary light switch.
Offhand I do not know which set of terminals is for clock motor.
Use continuity tester on each set of terminals.
Clock terminals will show continuity at all times, no matter which position override knob is set.
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T101 dial is not working so the 125V clock motor needs to be replaced:
Grainger sells 125V T100 series clock motor:
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search

Timer mechanism releases from box with metal spring located inside top of box.
Clock motor is attached with 2 star screws.
Notice clock motor has plastic gears, but timer has metal gears.
Metal gears on timer mechanism last for many years.

Notice also that clock motor wires connect to terminals A and 1.
After installing new motor, tighten screws very tight against copper wire.

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Sounds like the clock motor has gotten weak.
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Snap out insides of timer and clock motor is located on back.
Motor has numbers printed on it that identify specific clock motor.

Motor is removable with small star screwdriver bit.
Clock motor has white wires that attach to terminals on front of mechanism.
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You can google search your specific clock motor number:
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You posted under T101 timer.
Most box timers have model number and instructions pasted on inside of door.
Instructions can seems a foreign language sometimes.

If your timer is different than T101, then add a comment with timer number.
I have extensive files on timers.

Box timers are generally used for heavy amperage loads like outdoor lights, swimming pool pumps, water heaters, parking lot lights and lighted outdoor signs.
They are surface mounted near breaker box, or in attic or basement, or garage.
Box timers are used in schools to ring bells, and inside factories to run processes and fans.
Some are complicated electronic devices used to control machines with one second precision.
Mechanical box timers are noisy when turning on-off, so are generally not installed in living area of house.

T101 timer is least complicated of any timer.
It is used for ordinary household 120V circuit.
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For example 120Volt water heater, or 120V grow lights, or aquarium, or any application up to 2 horsepower, for example timer can be located inside garage to control outdoor lights.
T101R is raintight outdoor box, with rubber gasket on door that seals tight when closed.
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When box timer is rated for indoor, there is no rubber gasket on door, and that box is called NEMA 1 enclosure.
My local Lowes sells T101 T103 T104 > and each is for slightly different purpose and each wires differently.
Link below shows wiring and manuals for T100 series timers.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T101

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Lift and rotate yellow dial until current time lines up with silver pointer.
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ON-OFF trippers are placed on outer edge of dial.
Trippers push a lever, and lever turns circuit on-and-off.
ON tripper pushes lever one direction.
OFF tripper pushes lever opposite direction.
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What timer? what clock? This one doesn't have a clock or a timer. There are backlight timer and powersave features that operate in 5, 10, 15, 20 min increments, etc. but there is no clock.

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