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Make[image|1686052]Make sure your timer is making a noise. Turn it on clockwise until you hear it click. If it does not click it is the shaft that is broken and needs repaired. You will have to find someone who know how to do this and research to do it yourself.
Make[image|1686052]Make sure your timer is making a noise. Turn it on clockwise until you hear it click. If it does not click it is the shaft that is broken and needs repaired. You will have to find someone who know how to do this and research to do it yourself.
 
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Make sure your timer is making a noise. Turn it on clockwise until you hear it click. If it does not click it is the shaft that is broken and needneeds repaired. You will have to find someone who know how to do this and research to do it yourself.

Note: HIGH VOLTAGE INSIDE! Not responsible for accidents!
Make sure your timer is making a noise. Turn it on clockwise until you hear it click. If it does not click it is the shaft that is broken and needneeds repaired. You will have to find someone who know how to do this and research to do it yourself.

Note: HIGH VOLTAGE INSIDE! Not responsible for accidents!

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Original post by: electricdime ,

Text:

Make sure your timer is making a noise. Turn it on clockwise until you hear it click. If it does not click it is shaft that is broken and need repaired.

Status:

open