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I need to replace the toggle switch on an Intermatic Model: R8806P101C timer. Do you know the part number for the Carling Toggle Switch? ;

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Get a switch with the same or higher voltage and current rating, and similar mounting and terminal connections. If you can't find the rating on the switch itself, use the nameplate rating on the appliance label.

Once you have these numbers, go to the Carling Tech toggle switch page and drill down through the selections to identify what you need. Toggle Switches

May 12, 2014 | Blenders

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I want to replace our old carling toggle switch to a new timer switch for an attic fan. I have 2 black wires and one red. My new switch has one black one red and one green wire.....what do I do?

Is the fan 2-speed?
Old switch has 2 black and 1 red... sounds like 2-speed.
One black is probably Hot, and other black and red go to each speed??
Choose 1 speed and wire timer as follows:
Add a comment with more details about the timer you are using, and include if fan is 2-speed and what each wire tests.

Jul 30, 2013 | Electrical Supplies

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I would like to replace five Intermatic wall switch timers (model WG230-6) that are not presently working.

The Intermatic E1020C timer is a 120 volt, single gang, single pole switch. This means it must ONLY be used on 120 volt circuits (to operate the internal timer motor), will fit into a standard electrical swithbox (does not require over or double sized boxes) and will replace a standard, single pole switch ie: has ONLY two terminal screws (not including the green ground terminal) and if a toggle type - has ON and OFF on the handle. The only additional requirement is that the switchbox will need hot (often black or red) & neutral (nearly always white) power in wires and hot (again, black or red) and neutral (again, nearly always white) power out (to the light or fan) wires. Many times, these devices are wired a little differently - with just 2 wires - instead of the four cited above. This is to provide power to keep the timer motor operating. The manual for this switch can be downloaded (and printed) here.

The part number of the old switch you provided does not appear to be correct. This number lends me to believe that it is for a 220-240 volt circuit. The closest I could find to an Intermatic part number was WG230-13. This part is the timer motor for replacement on a differnt style timer. It is indeed a 220 - 240 volt clock motor as I suspected. Please double check the brand and model number once more.

Lastly, if you can not find the info requested above, you should be able to replace the old timer with the new style - provided that the installation requirements cited in the first paragraph are met. Shut the power off before removing timers and switches and test with a working meter to be sure.

I hope this helps & good luck!

Nov 21, 2011 | Intermatic Hardware & Accessories

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Toggles don't turn pump omn ahd off but can use it manually

Timer is not identified.
Voltage is not known.
Is this a new timer installation, or older timer that worked before.
Problem cannot be solved without knowing timer model number and voltage, and if timer worked before or if this is new timer.
Read information below, and then add a comment with missing information.

Sprinkler timers have a replaceable toggle switch.
T100 series timers have manual override lever.

Sep 03, 2011 | Intermatic & Indoor/Outdoor Rain Tight...

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I just replaced my pump and rewired it exactly as it was on my other pump. The pump works when I click the breaker on the power panel but the intermatic timer no longer works. Its like it skips it. No...

Question posted under R8806P101C 240Volt sprinkler timer.
With different timer, add a comment for possible help:

Open following links to identify timer and replacement parts, and see typical manual:

Your timer is stuck ON.
Temporarily disconnect ground wire at pump to make sure short is not somehow completing 240Volt circuit.
Move toggle switch to Auto position, and then ON and then OFF > Toggle should be able to switch Load on-off. If toggle is problem, then order 133T1115A switch.
Note if the timer dial is rotating and keeping good time: if dial is not rotating, then replace WG733-14D clock motor.
If dial is rotating, the trippers might be worn down. Order 156T1950A trippers.
If dial is rotating, and trippers are good, then relay might be bad. Order 143T139A relay.

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Aug 22, 2011 | Intermatic R8806P101C -...

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I have disconnected the internal wires from my Automatic Sprinkler Timer model R8806P 101C . and don't know where they are supposed to go. Is there a diagram of that? Specifically, where does the...

Thank you for including model number of product.
R8806P101C is 240Volt timer with 4 wiring terminals.

You removed factory wiring and want to reattach.
The on-off-auto switch does not have separate wiring diagram.
Intermatic offers tech support phone: 815-675-7000

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Aug 19, 2011 | Intermatic R8806P101C -...

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The toggle switch I am replacing with the timer has 2 blackwires going into the back but also has a black wire (that has been stripped in the middle) hooked around one of the screws on the side of it and...

It sounds like this third wire is supplying power to the switch it is going to. If that is the case then you need to isolate which wire in your switch box is the power coming in and tie them together . It is probably tied on to that screw because it was added on, possibly.

May 28, 2011 | Intermatic Inc. ST01C Digital In-Wall...

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How to replace the R8806P101C timer?

Open following links for parts and manual.

1) You can buy replacement parts and fix old timer using part numbers shown on link above.
R8806P is 240Volt timer

2) If you buy new timer, insides of timer can be replaced without changing the box.
Snap out old timer mechanism using thumb spring located top inside timer.

3) When replacing wiring, take photo of wiring on old R8806P10 and then hook up new wires same way on new R8806P10. Wiring is as follows: 2 hot wires from breaker connect to far left terminal and terminal second from right. Load wires connect to other two terminals. Since this is 240V, the either color wire can connect.

Apr 16, 2011 | Intermatic R8806P101C -...

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My Intermatic sprinkler timer's 'auto" switch

You can replace the 133T1115A switch if that's the suspect part:

Other than the switch, the only other thing affecting timer would be the trippers.

Feb 09, 2011 | Intermatic & Indoor/Outdoor Rain Tight...

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