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Old 3rd November 2017, 07:11 PM
John King John King is offline
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Originally Posted by alexmuir View Post
I don’t know if there are people who would repair it, but there are lots of timers available on the secondhand market. It pays to shop around as prices vary considerably. I use Beauerle digital models which I can recommend. They are quick and easy to set, or reset to zero as required.
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I will go along with the recommendation for Beaurie timers. It would probably be cheaper than someone repairing your own.
If an electrical component has expired getting hold of one can be time consuming that is if you can find what you are looking for. With no certainty of it working if you do find whatever it is. That's what I don't like about electronics, unless you are well versed in electronics you will probably struggle.
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