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Has a 5 pole socket for trailer wiring


Your terms are inconsistent.


Female 5 pole receptacle on the bike is what you need? You have a 4 pole male plug on the trailer?

You are looking for some sort of adaptor? Please show a picture of both ends, it would help.

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I need parts for and hdx shelving unit model 1701099


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I need the written instructions to set up an avid screen gazebo 13x9 model 2086 that I just bought at a yard sale. PLEASE HELP.


How To Assemble Avid Outdoors Model 2086 Screen Gazebo
Start with # 4 poles. There are 4. Attach a #3A to each, and then attach #3 to the other end of the 3A.
These are the 4 legs.
There are 6 #2 and 3 #2A. Attach a #2 to 2A, and then #2 to the other end of the 2A. These 3 are the top ridge pole and the 2 side poles.
I believe there are 4 #1 and 4#1B. Attach a 1 and 1B together. Do this 3 more times. These are the gable poles.
You have 2 connectors that say gable and gable. These are for the top pole and 2 gable poles. You have 4 connectors that say gable and leg. Put the leg poles.....in the "leg" hole, the gable pole in the.....gable hole, and the side pole in the remaining hole. That shoule do it. It's easier to put the top together first, and then get 4 people to raise it onto the leg poles. Yes, the leg poles angle out, not straight down.
From: Fixya, Bensondana, July 22, 2013

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Avid outdoor screen gazebo instructions for set up #2086


Start with # 4 poles. There are 4. Attach a #A to each, and then attach #3 to the other end of the 3A. These are the 4 legs.
There are 6 #2 and 3 #2A. Attach a #2 to 2A, and then #2 to the other end of the 2A. These 3 are the top ridge pole and the 2 side poles.
I believe there are 4 #1 and 4#1B. Attach a 1 and 1B together. Do this 3 more times. These are the gable poles.
You have 2 connectors that say gable and gable. These are for the top pole and 2 gable poles. You have 4 connectors that say gable and leg. Put the leg poles.....in the "leg" hole, the gable pole in the.....gable hole, and the side pole in the remaining hole. That shoule do it. It's easier to put the top together first, and then get 4 people to raise it onto the leg poles. Yes, the leg poles angle out, not straight down. How's that?

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I lost instructions for my Avid Outdoors screen gazebo model #2086 13'x9'. Any help is appreciated


avid outdoor doesn't offer instructions...can someone please post instructions for some of these...it would really be helpful...its crazy that some of these boxes dont come with instructions?!

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I am replacting my T104 timer with a GE 15601. The posts on the T104 are marked 1 2 3 4. However on the 15601 they are marked L 1 X 2. How do these map to each other?


GE 15601 is a replacement module for Intermatic timers.
Intermatic timers can snap inside the old box without needing to replace the box, and GE has made a product that taps into that market.

But the GE manual is missing key facts like clock voltage and wiring.

The following information is correct ONLY if the GE timer is rated for 240Volts Why? The T-104 is a 240V timer. I have 10 different Intermatic timers on my office shelves right now, and wrote the T-104 page linked to above.

Below is picture of the back of GE timer taken from GE manual.


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Please look at the image as a reverse image of your wiring poles.
T104 has poles A 1 2 3 4
Black wire on Intermatic Pole 1 is the Hot from Breaker
Black wire on Intermatic Pole 2 is the Black to Load
White wires on Intermatic Poles 3 and 4 are the White from breaker and White to Load. So on the GE timer, 2 white wires are on same pole.

On the GE timer, there is a brass connector between 2 of the Poles that connects those poles electrically, so no wire goes on one of the GE Poles

That's the wiring changeover.
Up-vote if the information helped you.

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Im r\putting in a new timer, i have 120 going in to the line, terminal 2 , and 2 load circuits hooked up to termials 4 and 6, neutral on terminal 1. When i power it up i have 120 volts on terminals 1 and...


http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/et8215c%20-%20english.ashx

I am looking at the wiring diagram
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The timer is shipped pre-set for 120V
DST enabled
Loads to be independently controlled
Move jumper to SIM for simultaneous operation
STATIC discharge can damage circuit board

neutral on pole 1
hot on pole 2
Now your 120V circuit powers the timer, but it does NOT send power to the other poles

If I understand your explanation correctly ... you have load wires on poles 4 and 6 but no Hot wire connected to poles 3 and 5?

I think you need to run a Hot wire to poles 3 and 5.

To double check this, run a continuity test between Hot pole 2 and poles 3 and 5 ... there is no voltage there ... the switch circuits operate separately from the timer circuit.

Another test ... when you hear the switch click ... test continuity between poles 3 and 4 and then test poles 4 and 5 >>> when the timer is on, those poles have continuity ... so connect Hots to 3 and 5 and the 2 Loads will work.

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How do i wire my diehl 880 ?


1) Here is Diehl 880 instruction manual

2) Diehl 880 is 120V timer
-1/2 HP
-1000 Watt tungsten. Tungsten means incandescent light bulbs.

3) Checklist:
a) Your load does not exceed capacity > Timer is too lightweight to control 1500 toaster oven.
b) You need 120V line coming from breaker box with black Hot wire and white Neutral
c) You need 120V line going to Load that also has black and white wire
d) Test each black wire to ground to see which black wire is HOT

4) Deihl 880 sell sheet pdf says 880 is available SPST (single pole single throw) -or- SPDT (single pole double throw).
-The difference is pole #4 on the timer.
-If you are trying to turn one circuit off just as another circuit turns on, then you need the SPDT
-If you are turning one circuit on-and off, then the following instructions are for you

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5) Wire clock
-There are 5 poles > look for markings 1-thru-5
-If no marking, then poles 1&2 are probably spaced apart from other poles
-Connect Hot and Neutral wires to poles 1&2 >> this powers clock motor, they go on either pole

-Pole 4 not used

6) Wire timer
-Poles 3&5 are timer circuits
-Connect Hot line to pole 3
-Connect black wire going to Load to pole 5
-Connect white wire from Load to Neutral

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I need to program the timer


http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-EC4000-program.pdf
4 Buttons RUN MODE Arrow ENTER
Programming steps are long but straightforward
16 set points
Selectable clock format - 12 hour/ 24 hour
Day skipper
Manual has troubleshoot section, so expect the usual trouble

Wiring diagram at bottom shows 5 poles for 120V timer.
Hot and Neutral connect to poles 1 and 2
Jumper from Hot to pole 3
NC normally closed pole 5
NO normally open pole 4
Black from load connects to pole 4 or 5
White from load connects to Neutral at pole 1 or 2

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The fridge back wall inside above the top 2 shelves are freezing over also the black cover on back of fridge one bit of pole going into the motor seems warm [is this normal ]


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