Part # T104M
Intermatic Swimming Pool Timer Replacement Timer Mechanism
Time switch mechanism only (220 volt), used on a number of Intermatic controls including:
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I have the T104 with the heater controls, however I removed the heater a few years ago, it has been completely removed from the plumbing circuit. My timer is having contact issues - the motor works fine but when it trips on, many times the pump will not start unless I flip the manual switch back and forth. Can I replace my unit with the heater controls with this one, since I no longer have any need for it to control the heater?
Hi, Randy. Yes, you can.
My panel is the T40004RT3, the motor on the back of the current timer says WG1573-5 60 Hz, I _believe_ this one, the T104M is the correct timer but I wanted to double-check? Thanks.
Hi, Joe. Yes, this T104M Mechanism is the correct replacement.
What is the replacement for T30404R timer mechanism? The motor is WG1573 208/277v, 60hz,3W
Hi. Yes, this T104M - 220V Timer Mechanism is the correct replacement for the T30404R controller.
I have a T104p3 timer. I need to replace the board, motor makes sound but clock does not turn. I picked up a T104M at the local big box store, got it home and it does not have as many lugs as the timer I have. What is the correct board with 5 lugs across the bottom? Thanks Mike
Hi, Mike. The T104M is the correct replacement based on your model. There is not another model or version of the replacement mechanism for the T104P3 timer.
Does the Timer mechanism include the timer motor?
Yes, these timers include the timer motors as part of the mechanism.
are all model:PF1222T timers 220V?
No, it is either 120V or 240V.
I have a T101 timer that failed. Label a bit faded and hard to read. Operates manually. Checked trippers , seem ok. What is model # for clock / motor timer mechanism? I think its 220v but would welcome info on 110v also. Thanks
Hi, Richard. The T101 Timer you have is a 110 volt unit, not 230 volts. You will need the Intermatic Timer Mechanism Only 120V - T101M.
Ok I am a strong believer in simplicity and all these Intermatic timer switches are confusing me.Why do you make a 120V and 220V timers?? Is it for efficiency, the need for more power or simply a stronger application? Do all of the inside timer mechanisms themselves work in all of the Dial boxes no matter what they're rated for? They certainly look like they would being almost identical in site.Anyway I thought I'd ask those questions because I've been looking for the answers for two hours.TYOU
Bear, The reason why there are 2 different voltages is some older homes will only have 115/120v and newer homes will have 230/240v. The internal parts are not the same except for design. The "guts" will be rated for the voltage as well.
I have the PF1202T timer on my pool. The problem I am having is the timer clock moves correctly, but when it gets to the ON or OFF mark it stops and does not make the switch turn ON or OFF. The timer not working is for the pump. I currently manually turn it on and off. I have a sweeper set on auto on the second timer and it is working correctly. Do I need a new timer for the pump?
Hi. You may want to start by replacing the timer trippers. If that does not work then you will need to replace the entire mechanism.
Is the T104M the replacement for a T104R? Thank you
Hi. Yes, this T104M Mechanism is the replacement mechanism for the T104R model timer.
Model# T104.......probably 20 years old and still looks new. Is it possible for the timer motor gears to spin as seen through the view slot but have the clock wheel never move? If the clock is pulled to set time, all feels perfectly normal...........no binding or ratcheting, etc. Motor is running and spinning it's gear but wheel refuses to move.............GG
Hi, GG. The timer motor can go bad over time. If the wheel is not spinning then the WG1573 motor will have to be replaced.
Is the t104m the replacement for t104p
Hi. yes, the T104M Timer Mechanism is the replacement for the T104P timer.
The back of my timer mechanism says WG 1573-5 so which replacement timer do I need?
This would be the proper replacement timer mechanism for a WG1573-5 timer motor.
My current timer is a Model J1104R. Does this timer work to replace it?
This item does not work on the Jandy Aqua Switch J1104R. You will require the Jandy 7152 Timer with Wiring Harness if you don't need the wiring harness then you can go with this Intermatic PB913N66 Timer Only as a replacement for the J1104R.
Does the timer mechanism include the clock motor?
Hi, Earl. Yes, the motor is included with the mechanisms.
Is this the correct timer for Intermatic PF1202T? Thanks!
Hi Jimmy, Yes the T104M is the correct replacement timer for the Intermatic PF1202T Pool Controller.
Hello I need a timer for a T40003RT3. I am not sure if this is the correct timer, my actual timer box label states the follow: In rainproof (type 3R) enclosure for indoor/outdoor use. Suitable for swimming pool/spa applications and for direct connection of underwater lights. 100AMP. 120/240 VOLT OR 120/208 VOLT SINGLE PHASE (THREE WIRE) AC. IS this the correct one?
Hi. The correct replacement timer mechanism is the T103M which is a 12hr, 120V. We do not have this item available.
is a timer available for a pool pump in 220v and 50 cycle as for use in Barbados?
Hi, This timer would not work, you will need p/n T10450. We do not sell just the mechanism.
In the T30004R panel with two timers, are both timers the same replacement part? I know the 'low' timer is wired from the breaker and the "high" is piggy-backed onto the first.
Hi, Matt. The T30004R Controller only comes with one T104M Mechanism. However, another T104M can be added or a T106M to operate a dual speed pump.
I have the T30004R with 2 timers. One for the low pump and one high. My pump was running continuously so went to look at the timer. The time was incorrect so I reset it and went back to check, it hadn't moved. However I looked thru the view hole and the motor was still turning the gears. I detached the motor from the clock. The clock side gears move freely with no slipping noted. The motor side gears can be turned manually with no slipping noted. How is that possible? What should I replace
Good morning Matt, Sounds like it is wired wrong. You can see this if you watch the gears when it is on and off if they stop when it is on then the lead wire is not on the right terminal.
I have a PF1222T unit. Is the T104M the correct replacement for this unit? The markings on the timer unit on the inside says T1202M
Replaced a t104m timer , but the timer only works when I manually turn the pool motor on. I thought I replaced the wires correctly but I must have missed something. Any suggestions?
Hi Barry. If the timer only works when manually switch it might be that the trippers are not set or installed properly. Checking the trippers would be my suggestion.
I have a Paragon T104-71M switch. The timer need replacing. Are they available or can you cross to another brand? Thanks
Hi Randy, The Intermatic T104M is the replacement for the Paragon T104-71M.
I currently have an Intermatic model #T21004R timer. If I want to replace the whole unit, which model # do I purchase? I have been operating the switch manually and have been reluctant to purchase anything new, because mine reads that it is a 60 amp switch and mostly all that I have looked at, are only 40 amps. This unit runs both the pool and spa together, hence the need for a 60 amp model......I suppose! Thanks in advance for any suggestions and/or help.
Hi Scott, We do carry the Intermatic T21004R Timer 60 AMP and that is what I would suggest for your set up.
I HAVE A T2104R 220V CLOCK DOES NOT RUN ON EITHER POOL OR CLEANER MOTOR CAN MANUALLY TURN ON EITHER ONE , IF IS THE CLOCK MOTOR WHAT IS THE PART# NOT LISTED IN THE T2104R PARTS?????
Hello Wayne, We do have the T104M motor replacement fo 220v. You can click on the link, Intermatic Time Clock Motor 220V and that will take yo to the product description. The T2104R series uses the T104M 220V timer.
I want to purchase an Intermatic T104M Mechanical Time Switch 220 and make sure this item is for 220 hook up. My current unit has (5) wire connection points. Does this timer switch have (5) wire connection points? I want to avoid purchasing the wrong switch. I await your advice..
Hello Gene, The timer has a number of connection points. Here is a link to the Intermatic Timer Mechanism Only 220V T104 wiring diagram. If you need help installing the timer, we have a How To Install an Intermatic T104 Timer that can provide additional assistance. This timer is for a 220v hook up.
my Intermatic timer is Model # T1040R... which Model should I order to replace it
Hi DiRuzzio,This is the correct Mechanism for the T1040R.
pool pump wouldn't turn on or shut off consistently, so I changed the ON and the OFF triggers, but still having the same problem.. Help
Hi DiRuzzio, It sounds like you will have to replace the entire mechanism.
The Polaris timer works correctly, but the Pool timer has quit moving. I can turn it on and off manually, but the timer does not move with the time of day. Is this the part I need to replace, and if so, is it hard for us to replace?
Hi Debbie, This would be the part I would recommend, in some case you could replace the motor WG157310D. If you're not comfortable working with electricity you can have a professional complete the installation or review our How To: Replace an Intermatic T104 Clock Motor and or How To: Install an Intermatic T104 Timer for DIY installation instructions.
Does the unit came with an instruction to install?
Hi, The Intermatic Timer Mechanism Only 220V does come with installation instructions.
I think mine is a 110 V not sure. How hard is timer to install. Don't have plug in rec. Have a flip switch, Will timer work on 110V?
How long to deliver?
Roger, Delivery times amy vary. On average, if a product is in stock, the lead time is approximately 3-5 business days.
Will the T104 M work for the Intermatic T104P3 timer?
Yes, the T104 will fit inside of the Intermatic T104P3 timer.
Is the T104M the correct mechanism for the T104R3?
Yes, the T104M is the correct mechanism for the T104R3 and the T104P3.
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
(4 out of 5 stars) easy to instal
Reviewed By: Hector C. from el paso, tx ()
Pros: ver y easy to install
there was simply nothing to it! one tab on top to loosen it, unscrew the wires from the perfectly legible number frames, reverse it to put the new one and that was it! 20 minutes tops!