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I have a faulty Randall 103 timer CH which the water pump is

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I have a faulty Randall 103 timer for my CH which the water pump is also wired upto. And a separate timer for hot water. My intentions are to do away withe
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Customer: I have a dual programmable time Drayton T721R and can't understand the wiring diagram
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electrical
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
My intentions are to do away with both and install a dual timer l bought off ebay ( Drayton MiTime T721R ) the problem is l don't understand the wiring diagram it has numbers instead of live neutral and earth.
Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

Hello, My name is***** would love to help.

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

Please see instructions attached. It would be helpful to get a few more details about your project to better assist you. What voltage do your pump and boiler use and are they on separate circuits(i am assuming both are 230)? The timer you have only supports 1 circuit(only one main input). So, if they are on different breakers this may not work with your new timer. Also, the manual has clear labeling of wiring(see attached). I am here to ask any relevant questions you may have as well :)

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

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