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    jtemplin3's Avatar
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    Need to replace pump timer

    I am entering my 4th year of pool ownership.

    I have come to appreciate and rely heavily on the knowledge and support from TFP

    I am on a tight budget and need to manage energy costs where possible.

    Presently I need to replace the existing pump timer.

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    It functions (dial rotates), but is missing the "dial tabs" to actually switch the pump on/off. I had submitted pictures previously and the only tabs I could locate would not work on this timer.

    I dont need any thing fancy at this point just functional

    What considerations need to be taken?
    25k+ IG irregular Marcite 1980, owned since Dec 2012, StaRite MAX-E-GLAS 3/4hp motor/pump, Hayward S-240 sand filter, Hayward Vari-Flo 710x32 valve. Hayward Heater (pass-thru only). 2 skimmers w/socks, single main drain, Nautilus Dolphin DX4 in 2014.
    liquid Cl 10-12%, liquid MA 31.45%, granulated CYA 96%, well-water.
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    Re: Need to replace pump timer

    Shame you can't just get tabs. But if you end-up replacing the entire timer, many folks stay with the Intermatic:
    T101M (110)
    T104M (220)

    Hope that helps. Good luck!
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    Re: Need to replace pump timer

    The timer dogs should be available. See if there is an ACE hardware nearby. They can order them.
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    Re: Need to replace pump timer

    I bought a bag of them at A local pool store with varied sizes. I'm sure they can be ordered online also.
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