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Timer does not work properly timer motor not count proper time

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If the clock motor is not keeping correct time, then it has gotten weak and needs to be replaced.
Paragon is still making defrost/HVAC timers and parts.
Clock motors have numbers.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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