Actually this is probably your PROBLEM! 🙂 I actually do not know which company to be angry at the most. Jim Coleman which pushes all the blame on B&C or B&C which is like calling my Mother for helpful advice…. JK or am I? LOL 🙂 (B&C might be helpful on other topics?)
But someone from B&C emailed me a couple months ago about my CC POST LINK. I did not get a manual like I wanted but she did give me a little information. Also pretty helpful….
“B&C is the manufacture for Coleman Timers (-1034R, 1034S, 1032S, 1034T (cash timer for SATB Server) & PBC Boards (vacuum, vending, BAY & fragrance). All of our products are repairable with an average cost of $100.00 per item. We also manufacture the TimeMaster (Hi-Performance Wash Systems – TM5J) and Istobal USA (formally Magic Wand – TM6)
You can also buy spares direct from B&C. New SATB Timers are $785.40/each, they are very expensive and this is why it is always good to have them repaired first.
We are also the manufacture of the SATB Server.”
Also this is a good deal when sending in your SATB timers…. just forget your “remote display”. I am not sure what this is because I never got a manual. LOL 🙂 But knowing it cost $100 to get repaired it sure seems like a good deal? They also claim it is “new”…. but it might be “new to you” or “used”? Either way $129 is not that bad…. if anyone has an image of how to set this crap up or a manual let me know!
Also – when sending in SATB timers, please make sure to include the remote display as the timer has to be tested with it. If the timer arrives without, we will add a new remote display ($129.00) and ship out as a complete unit.
The reason behind this = when juggling timers and remote displays, it very easy to plug in a known good timer and blow up the remote display and vise-versa.”
Unfortunately I have a SATB Server. 🙂
My unit is a Model 75700
Custom Manufactured for Jim Coleman “Made in USA”