Part # T101M
These heavy duty Time Switch Mechanisms are designed for industrial, commercial and residential applications, and have the highest motor load ratings in the industry. They provide up to 12 ON-OFF operations each day with minimum ON-OFF time of 1 hour. All models are equipped with "ON" and "OFF" trippers and can be installed in almost all Intermatic enclosures. T101M Timer Mechanisms are 120 Volts and have a switch rating that is 40 AMP resistive.
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i have a T1000R pool timer with I believe a T104M, the timer seems to work fine but it wont turn the switch on to run the pump however I can turn it on manually??? May be 230v
That replacement timer mechanism is part number T104M if it is 220V.
I have Model T20001R2 that needs to be replaced. Which model do you recommend. Thank you.
Hi, John. The Intermatic T20001R2 uses this T101M mechanism.
I have a Model T12404R dual timer switch. One of the sides has quit working. What is the proper product to replace this one side?
Hello John- The correct Mechanism for your Intermatic T12404R Control Center w/220v Dual Timer w/o Breakers is the Intermatic Timer Mechanism Only 220V - T104M.
I have a T1202 M1. Would this be the appropriate replacement?
Hello Rick - The T101M (120V) would fit the PF1202T box but it is not the correct mechanism. The correct mechanism is the T104M (220V). I don't see any replacement for t1202 M1, you might try reaching out to Intermatic 815-675-2321 to see if there is something other than t1202.
I've got lights on my walkway and the timer isn;t working. I will set the time and it doesn;t keep accurate timing. Also, if I put the switch to manual it switches the lights on, but, the timer has no affect on the lights turning off or on. I'm assuming that the motor needs to be replaced. The model is T101R, what timer model should I order? Thanks
Hi, This T101M Mechanism will be the correct part if you want to replace the entire unit or WG1570-10D will be the replacement motor.
Hey Steve, I have m/n T12404R dual timer controller. One of the timer motors has stopped working. I've seen your step by step guide for replacement but, can't seem to locate a correct p/n for just the timer motor. Can you help?
Hi Bobby, The WG1573-10D will be the correct replacement motor for the T104M timer used in the T12404R unit.
I have an old intermatic timer that has quit working. It shows the model number as 89 13N66. What is the current replacement?
Hi Steve, The Intermatic Timer Mechanism Only 120V will be the correct replacement or the this can also be a replacement depending on the enclosure you have.
My Intermatic Pool Pump Timer - circa 1998 - has ceased to function. On the back of the timer it lists Model AND WG 1573-5..The outside box is fine I just need a new timer..What is now the correct current model? Thanks!
Gardner,The Intermatic time clock part # WG1573-5 can be seen by clicking this link. We do have it in stock for immediate shipping.
How do I install an intermatic timer model T101M?
We have a guide here on How To Install an Intermatic Timer Mechanism which will help you with the installation.
I have a pool timer Model # T101P which I need to replace. The enclosure is fine can I replace the clock only? The Model is T101 MD89 would this be a match?
Yes if your enclosure is fine then this would be be the correct timer mechanism replacement for the T101P. This would be the complete insides of the T101P minus the outer enclosure / casing.
Will these fit the Model PF1202T Timer?
Hello Ronny - The T101M (120V) would fit the PF1202T box but it is not the correct mechanism. The correct mechanism is the T104M (220V).
I need to replace an old T103M timer. Which replacement do I need?
Hello, I would recommend staying with the T103M mechanism.
Is the T101M the correct mechanism for the T101P3?
Yes, the T101M is the correct mechanism for the T101P3 and T101R3.
How do I know wheather I need the T101M or the T104M?
T101 or T104 should be on the inside door of your current timer or somewhere on the timer. If you cannot find this information you can unclip the timer clock mechanism and on the back of the timer there will be a motor. If there is a part # of WG1570 or 120V marked on the back of the timer motor then you would require a T101M 120V timer mechanism. If there is a part # of WG1573 or 240V marked on the back of the timer motor then you would require the T104M 240V timer mechanism. You may view or purchase these timers through this link http://www.inyopools.com/controls_intermatic_timer_parts.aspx