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LAP Mechanical 24-Hour Immersion Timer 240V (91462)

240V/13(2)A. 24-hour segment timer with power on indicator, manual override and cord grip.

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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 86 reviewers.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by bad batch? Rubbish, had to exchange 4 times would only work for 48 hours before timer stopping. 1 didn't even get out of store, as noticed it wouldn't work before being fitted. Got credit and bought else where 24 Jun 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value basic timer Electrician installer: Purchased one previously to time switch a pond pump at home, and purchased this time for a similar function on a water feature. Does exactly what it says. Easy to set, works faultlessly, and easy to fit. Exactly what I look for in these products. 31 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lap 24-HOUR IMMERSION TIMER Small and compact, easy to install and a great price. Couldnt ask for more. 16 May 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Badly designed Ok so purchased one of these to replace a timer for a bronze pump, seemed cheap and indeed it was. It is a nightmare to fit, the distance between the cable clamps and the terminal is about 10mm making the leads very short. The earth, bearing in mind you have to fit 2, is hidden nicely under the screw hole so is very hard to fit. Finally the depth of the terminals is not great so its hard to get a good grip on the stripped end. No screws supplied but I guess at that price they cut back. If you were using immersion cable it would be a true nightmare, mine was 1.5mm flex so was easier. Oh and when I eventually fitted mine it did not work, was on all the time, staff as always refunded it, great team in the Uckfield trade counter. Not really a fault of the product that it did not work but not a good omen and a right pain when you have to go and get another, time is money :) 12 May 2016
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22 Jun 2016
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Hello bj38

Every installation is different due to the varying circumstances of the site and environment.

Therefore we advise that you contact a local tradesperson who will be able to view and assess your particular requirements. They will be able to provide further advice for the installation of the Timer.

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24 Jun 2016
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Hello Kekers,

Unfortunately we can't recommend that as there is no mention of the timer being IP Rated in any way.

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16 May 2016
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Isolate the immersion circuit and test with a meter at immersion that the circuit is dead. If the circuit is hard wired then i would suggest cutting the flex to the immersion and then wiring your timer with the supply side of the flex to the supply terminals and the load side of the flex out to the immersion into the load terminals. If unsure with what your doing get a qualified electrician.
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LAP Mechanical 24-Hour Immersion Timer 240VProduct Code: 91462
240V/13(2)A. 24-hour segment timer with power on indicator, manual override and cord grip.
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H x W x D: 121 x 74 x 45.5mm. EN 60730.
1 Sep 2015
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Looks like the is an earth leak somewhere, check all wiring is correct and test with the load disconnected, if your rcd trips out then there is a fault with your supply wiring or the timer. If it doesn't trip try again with load connected and if it trips rcd this would suggest a fault with the load/immersion. To eliminate the timer being faulty wire the load without the timer and if the rcd holds its the timer at fault. Hope this helps.
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Assumption is the mother.....

INDUCTIVE load current capacity is 2 amps, NOT 13amps. (13 amps is for resistive-only loads)
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Specification
Brand LAP
Colour White
Manufacturer Guarantee 3 years
Manufacturing Standards BS EN 60730
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 80 mm
Product Height 140 mm
Product Width 70 mm
Total Product Weight 0.16 kg

H x W x D: 121 x 74 x 45.5mm. EN 60730.