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When power is applied load one reads o.k. load two reads zero why?

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You posted under EH40 240Volt programmable timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-EH40-hot-water-heater-timer.html

If I understand correctly, you are testing the terminals when timer turns ON?
Test shows 120V between terminal 4 and ground wire.
Test shows 0 volts between terminal 6 and ground wire.

Solution:
Test terminal 3 to ground -and- test terminal 5 to ground and make sure each tests 120V.
Test terminal 3 to terminal 5 for 240V.

If terminals 3 and 5 test correctly, but terminal 6 never has power, then relay inside timer has gone bad.
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