Part # 3680-02
Manufacturer Code WG433-10D
Alternate Part #'s WG1573-5, WG433-20D, WG433-3, WG433010, WG43320D, WG4333, 59-155-1510, INTWG43320D
The Intermatic WG1573-10D time clock motor is very sturdy with a high torque. Fixed tab connectors easily slip over the timer connection poles for simple installation. The replacement motor is for use with the Intermatic T100, T170, T180, T100R201, T100R301, WH30 and WH40 series timer switches
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I have the T104P201 timer. I just replaced the motor with the wg433-20d model. I could have sworn that was the model number on the old motor. Now the clock runs fast. Did I get a faulty motor or the wrong model?
You are welcome. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.
I have a WG1573-5 motor. It will turn, but the clock wont turn. Do I replace the clock mechanism?
I can send a pic of mechanism if it helps.
i have a model #T104R201 pool timer. can turn on and off manually. clock doesn't move. opened up and # on time clock motor is wg-433-3. 208/277v 60Hz 3w. is the part #wg433-10d the right replacement. thanks
i had power going to the timer but none coming out and turning on the switch manually didnt do anthing, this has happened to me on two separate incident s.
Howard, This does sound like your timer motor may be bad and I would suggest replacing the motor.
if the clock motor goes bad on a 220 volt intermatic pool timer would that cause the load side of the timer not to have power coming out?
Howard, If the motor is bad then the clock would not turn causing the equipment that is controlled by that timer not to come ON and OFF as indicated. However you can manually turn it ON/OFF.