Question about GE 60minute Automatic ShutOff Timer Switch 15069
Posted under GE 15069 countdown timer.
Unknown if this is new timer that is wired wrong or if load has interference, or existing timer that stopped working.
If new timer, then check wiring: This timer is for single-pole application only and requires neutral wire.
Then check for line interference by moving timer to different Load, for example ordinary incandescent light bulb.
Make sure slide switch is set to Timer.
Slide switch works as ordinary on-off switch, so see if slide switch works correctly.
If timer stopped working:
Feel timer if it is warm to touch indicating overload or internal timer short.
Timer is rated for 1/2 HP at 120Volts. Check nameplate on motor for HP.
Check for short in line by temporarily replacing timer with on-off switch, and check wire nut connections.
Move timer to different Load, for example ordinary incandescent light bulb.
If timer has gone bad, then return it to Home Depot and swap for different timer.
If load interference is problem, then buy mechanical spring-type countdown timer like Intermatic FD60
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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