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The Intermatic Timer is the most common pool timer on the market. Here are some user guide tips and some troubleshooting for the most common problems you will have.

There are two voltage rated versions used on pool equipment. The most common is the 240 volt (208-277 volt) T104M, and 120 volt T101 Model. Most pool equipment is on a 240 volt breaker. Check your sub panel or main breaker panel to see if the timer is hooked up to a double breaker (240Volt) or a single breaker (120 volt). The timers are not interchangeable so if you need to replace yours, get the right volt/amp rating.

These timers seem to last forever. The first 3 pictured here are over 20 years old. I am surprised when one breaks down. A very well constructed product.

If you follow the tips and the timer is still not working, then you will need to swap out the Timer Mechanism. Refer to these two videos if you need to change out your non-working timer:

Replacing a T101 120V Intermatic Timer Mechanism: http://youtu.be/uJmEZb6PuhQ
How to Replace an Intermatic T104M 240V (208 277 V) Pool Timer : http://youtu.be/mpgicvCU7Go

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NOTES:
The Intermatic Timer is the most common pool timer on the market. Here are some user guide tips and some troubleshooting for the most common problems you will have.

There are two voltage rated versions used on pool equipment. The most common is the 240 volt, and 120 volt is less common. Most pool equipment is on a 240 volt breaker. Check your sub panel or main breaker panel to see if the timer is hooked up to a double breaker (240Volt) or a single breaker (120 volt). The timers are not interchangeable so if you need to replace yours, get the right volt/amp rating.

These timers seem to last forever. The first 3 pictured here are over 20 years old. I am surprised when one breaks down. A very well constructed product.

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