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I have a ge timer 15132 and it is wired up properly feed to screw 1 and 2 , jumper from hot to com, load to no contact and the neutral tied with the other from the feed, all the time are set proper and the switch is set to with the A on the screen coming up it is 120v. Does anyone have any idea why the only thing i can think of is the relay isnt working proper please help.

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I have tested this timer.
GE 15132 timer can be wired muliple ways to accommodate different voltages and many different timing needs.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-GE-15132-timer.html

1) First thing is you must set dip switches BEFORE applying power.
Timer arrives pre-set for 277Volts.
For 120V, set all 4 dip switches to the left, or ON.

2) Otherwise your wiring sounds correct.
Hot black wire to far left 'clock' terminal.
Neutral white wire to next 'clock' terminal.

Jumper from Hot terminal to COM terminal.
Black Load wire on NO terminal.
White Load wire to same 'clock' terminal as Neutral

3) Possible solution:
Move wires to COM2 and NO2 and see if that relay is working.

4) Make sure your programming does not have conflicts.
See if manual override is working.
Test for voltage across 'clock' terminals
Move manual override and watch if relay clicks open-closed.
Check that Load is operable by moving NO wire to COM terminal.

5) If timer is not functioning, exchange at Home Depot.
You can switch out mechanism without replacing box.
Mechanism is held with hex screws.

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2) Use following link to control one 120volt load
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Tork 1104 is 240Volt timer.
Same timer is repackaged and sold as GE 15307
See wiring diagram for single load 240Volt:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/GE-15307-wiring-250.jpg

On the 1104, there is not a separate terminal for Neutral wire.
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If you want to control two 240volt loads, then this is not the best timer.
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If you want to control two 120Volt loads using Tork 1104, then connect 240Volt lines to to terminals L and 1 as shown in diagram above.
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1) Diagram 1 showing how to change wiring:
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http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/et8215c%20-%20english.ashx

I am looking at the wiring diagram
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T1905 has 4 screws: NO normally open > NC normally closed > COM > Clock
NO screw is on left
NC screw is 2nd from left
COM is 2nd from right
Clock is on right

A) How to wire t1905 for 125V
You will have four wires >> a Black and White from breaker box; and a Black and White to load

1) Black hot wire from breaker connects to COM
2) White neutral wire from breaker box connects to Clock
3) White neutral wire to load connects to Clock
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NC screw turns 'on' with times set on timer
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1) Black hot wire from breaker connects to COM
2) Red or White hot wire from breaker box connects to Clock
3) Red or White hot wire to load connects to Clock

4) Black hot wire to load connects to NO -or- NC screw [one of these screws will have no wire attached]

NO turns 'off' with times set on timer
NC screw turns 'on' with times set on timer
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