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Hi, this is John the Hayward tech. You say the wire colors are Red, Black and White. Does not seem that the wires colors were correct from the start. Not knowing your voltage let me clarify some things. Normally if you have 115volts coming into the pump you wire colors should be Red or Black to L1 White to L2 and a green ground to the green ground screw. If you have 230volts coming into the pump the two hot leads are normally red and black with a green ground. The red and black wires go to L1 and L2 does not matter red or black. The green goes to the green ground screw.
green on the fan is for grounding the device, some have only a braided bare cooper line. grounding is a safety essential and all modern UL tested electrical devices will have some means of grounding to the homes grounding circuit (the bare copper line). check the installation instructions for the proper grounding method. Then you might consider having a qualified electrician install your fans.
You are replacing a single-pole switch that has two wires.
You posted under UPM timer. But UPM timers have a red wire instead of a blue wire, so you have different brand.
Some GE programmable timers and some Leviton timers have a blue wire. Here are instructions: -Green wire goes to bare ground wire.
-Timer black wire goes to black wire
-Timer blue wire goes to white wire.
-Located in back of electric box are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. These are neutral wires. Timer white wire connects to these wires. This will power electronics inside the timer. -If your box does not have white neutral wires described above, then connect timer white wire to bare ground wire along with timer green wire.
-Turn power ON, and push on-off button. If timer works, then it is wired correctly.
- If timer doesn't work, then reverse Timer blue and Timer black wires. - If lights blink on-and-off, then you connected white wire incorrectly, review wiring shown above.
If your box does not have neutral wires or bare ground wire as described above, then buy Walmart.s Brinks 46-1022 or Intermatic ST01C or Intermatic EJ500 or Aube T1032. These timers do not need neutral or bare ground wire.
Intermatic battery-operated timer with red, blue, black and green Green connects to bare ground Red is capped off. Blue connects to one wire Black connects to other wire Push on-off button: if light comes on, timer wiring is correct. If light does not come on, then reverse blue and black wires.
Other in-wall timers except Aube have red, black, white and green Green goes to bare ground Red connects to one wire Black connects to other wire. White: in back of electrical box are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. Connect white white to these other white wires. If box does not have white wires described above, then connect white wire to bare ground along with green wire. Push on-off or override switch: if light comes on, timer wiring is correct.
If light does not come on, then reverse red and black wires.
First thing to consider is size of Load. Leviton countdown-timer Load rating is 1800 Watt, 120Volt. Look inside Jacuzzi at rating plate on motor. Rating plate on motor should give Volts, Watts and Amps. Formula Volts x Amps = Watts. Sometimes motor shows VA which is Watts Is Jacuzzi on 240Volt breaker or 120V breaker? Leviton countdown timer is not for 240V load.
A) If 120Volt electric Load checks out, here's how to wire timer if 1 cable enter box. Timer-black-wire connects to jacuzzi-black
Timer-white-wire connects to ground.
Timer-green connects to ground. Timer-red connects to jacuzzi-blue.
B) Here's how to wire timer if 2 cables enter box. 120Volt cable coming from breaker box has black, white and bare copper wire. Timer-black-wire connects to black-wire-from-breaker Timer-white-wire connects to white-wire-from-breaker-box. Timer-green and jacuzzi-ground connect to ground
Timer-red-wire connects to jacuzzi-black-wire.
Jacuzzi-blue-wire connects to white. I am puzzled why this wire is blue if circuit is 120Volt.
This is the pinout shown on the Sony website for the CDX series players.
Pin numbering is as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
This is looking at the connector with the wires towards you.
Number Wire Color Description 1 White Left front + 2 Green Left
rear + 3 Purple Right rear + 4 Gray Right front + 5 Blue/white
AMP Remote 6 Blue ANT Remote 7 Red Accessory 8 Black Ground 9
White/black Left front - 10 Green/black Left rear - 11
Purple/black Right rear - 12 Bray/black Right front - 13 Sky blue ATT 14 15
Orange/white Illumination 16 Yellow Battery
This sounds like you should call an electrician, or someone that knows wiring. Red and Black are both hot, White is neutral, and Green is ground. Remove the ground strap from the center of the terminal block to the case. Put green wire to the case, white in the middle, and red or black to either side. Your last question I do not understand. But it sounds like you need an electrician to connect a 4 prong receptacle, with the proper 4 conductor wire to your breaker box.