Before I installed the clock and the junction box. Hook up the other two cables to terminal two and terminal four. In the wiring diagram is says neutral. There will be no need to replace the box that houses your timer unless it is in bad repair. When I put the Intermatic in it would not work. Do you know where the breaker is for the pump? How can that be when at 60 amps that wire would not suffice? There should be 2 load terminals in the clock.
See Steps 26-29 of this guide for instructions on putting the trippers on or taking them off. The white wires on clock motor generally connect to terminals 1 and 3, but they can be moved to accommodate different wiring objectives, depending on the timer and voltage being used Copy following links for troubleshoot, and to see correct wiring for T100 series timers Add a comment saying if this is a new timer, or older timer that stopped working recently. I recently had an electrician replace the conduit going from the pump to the timer. Look for product number and wiring diagram inside timer door. Swimming pool wholesale warehouse at pool1 swimming pool pump motorface56j600 39768 bytes. Step 2 - Remove Cover With your screwdriver, remove the insulated wire cover that houses your old pool timer.
Then there really is no neutral in this diagram? If your clock is not moving, it is likely that the motor has failed and you would only have to replace the motor. Or give us a call at 407-834-2200, and we would be happy to take your order by phone. Tighten the screw with a screwdriver. What I see is 220v wiring but a 110v box. InyoPools Product Specialist Dennis R. When you throw your switch, it would connect both hots, and the ground is always connected. I have done all the steps as described in this guide.
Feed the three cables through the conduit from the equipment to the timer box. Thanks for your feedback Denali. My pump model does both 220v and 110v; so I didn't know how to determine which that it was. The wiring is now complete. What are the electricity requirements for above ground pools above ground pool pump motor label.
Article 680 swimming pools spas hot tubs fountains and similar article 680 swimming pools spas hot tubs fountains and similar installations. From my view, minus the issues already stated, the timer looks to be wired to the pump good so if the pump never turns off you have a defective or somehow activated freeze control as it's bypassing the timer as what it's designed to do. Anyone experts have any suggestions or idea's? Or the timer rotates, but the pump stays on continuously? Pool Newbie wrote:Okay now I seem to have confused myself some more. My pump model does both 220v and 110v; so I didn't know how to determine which that it was. The timer is not working. The manual on off switch does not work, the pump is always on. InyoPools Product Specialist Dennis R.
You removed factory wiring and want to reattach. . Tighten the screws with a screwdriver on each of the four terminals. Do I really have 120 or 220 going to the timer? They refused to discuss anything about the wiring to the pump and wouldn't even confirm that there is no neutral wire to be installed on the pump. Once you have determined the proper wiring strategy, tighten down screws in each terminal so each wire is secure. Not the safest way of doing things.
Usually, the Line input connects to Terminal 1 and 2, and the load wires to the pump, connect to 3 and 4. After your sure that your supply source is shut off take the following steps: Install control box if used. Like MrClean said, doesn't matter which hot wire goes to line 1 or line 2. Wiring in a gfic breaker for new pool pump trouble free pool wiring in a gfic breaker for new pool pump. Thanks Gil :confused: The model number given is only for the timer motor in the time clock. There's also a minor leak on the check valve through the clear glass sight.
Can you provide a picture or technical info on the freeze protection? You should be able to look at the label on the pump, and see what voltage it runs at. Pull it out and release it a couple of time to make sure it engages with the timer motor gears. What color wires are typically associated with which or is there a way to tell what wire should be my line 1 vs line 2? I just had my pool resurfaced and shortly afterwards the timer quit working. Do I just hook up the 2 power wires and the green ground wire or do I need to hook up the red wire as well? Each one has a ground going to the ground post in the box. The plastic cover on the time clock that goes over the wiring shows a 220v setup which is strange. On a 230 line typically you will have two current carrying wires and a ground.
Also, check that the two supply wires from the breaker box are attached to terminals 1 and 3 and that the grounding wire from the box is attached to the grounding lug on the timer. Also, make sure the tripper is on tight so it flips the switch on. Turn off the power to the pool timer. The low and high voltage are just the diagrams for 110v and 220v. I have a timer that does not seem to work correctly. Please don't be afraid to click the link, I did not 'expose myself'. I purchased a new timer, installed it and the gears didn't even turn.
Verify that is the correct voltage to your application. We welcome your comments and suggestions. You should have an above average mechanical ability to perform this type of work. Connect the green ground wire to the green screw. The yellow wheel do not spin? Print out this page and have it with you while installing and wiring this project. Colored tape is good for color coding your wires.