"I took it apart" or "Did you take that apart"
Boy if I had a dollar for every time......well lets say I'd be typing this on a beach somewhere.
Ok I need to know a couple things. First...WHAT WERE YOU THINKING! ";-}
I know you've taken things apart before and promised yourself that next time you would draw a diagram or label everything. So what happened?
Ok I said the same thing and blew it off too so just forget it.
Can you tell me the make and model of the pump and if possible the switch.
What exactly did you disassemble? When I dismantle something it's dismantled so how much are we talking about.
I'm going to assume you are dealing with the switch for now unless you tell me different. I will also assume it's 110 because.... well... just because that's why. Your the one who forgot to label the stuff.
Most 110 pump switches have four connectors. Two referred to (and often labeled as), L1, L2. The other two are just M or M1 and M2 and sometimes T1, T2.
The L is for your line coming in from your power supply. M is for the motor.
There are some differences in switches but the most common set-up is for the motor wiring to be on the two inner connectors and the outer ones for the supply line in.
So basically both white wiring on one side and black on the other.
The link I provided is for the basic sheet you get with most new switches. It might help so take a look.
If you get me the info I requested (make and model), I will try and find a diagram but odds are long on that so you may have to do this one step at a time if you are talking about 220 volt or if you disconnected those wires in the motor house.
But I'll stick it out cause the only thing more fun then taking it apart is......ah who am I kidding there isn't anything better then taking it apart, but I'll stick with you and do me best to help.
By the way. For future reference nothing beats taking pictures. Even if it's with a phone camera. So give it a try. I mean next time.
Hope this helps and HAPPY (insert preference)!
And just respond back if it's more then the switch.