I have followed the discussion about timers on here and reached an impasse. My timer doesn't move, nor does it go on and off. I know it has power, and I looked at the back thinking it was the clock motor, but I then saw the gears moving. I then replaced the on/off trippers, but that did not help. I have the model # of motor (WG1573-5 and 207/277V) but cannot find the model of the timer itself anywhere. And if it's the T100, I'm supposed to use different trippers. So, at this point I don't know what else to do. Could it still be the motor even though the gears are turning?
At what point do I have to replace the whole plate? I'm sure all the connections are wired correctly as this is not a new pool, and it has worked for year, and no changes have been made to the wiring. I do have a salt machine wired into the timer, too, if that's of any relevance. But it has been working fine for a long time now.
Thanks for any help you can provide. If I still do need a motor, please tell me where is a good website from which to order one. Leslie's does not sell the motor separate from the whole plate.