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Neutral load in only one load out wire ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a timer that was made for 240vac Check the information on the inside of door.
If it is a 240 volt only. the motor will only run on 240 volts.
Many years ago some models would run on either voltage.
Mostly now they run on only one voltage to my knowledge.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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The Black hot wire from your house supply goes on the terminal below the L and 1.
The White neutral wire from your house supply goes to the terminal below the X.
Connect a White neutral wire from the terminal below the X to your neutral on your load.
Connect a Black wire from terminal #2 to the Black on your load.
This wires up both your timer clock and will turn on your device, too.
If you don't have an X or L1, send the question again with the model number of your timer.
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