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Make sure you don't have loose wire on the circuit breaker or neutral busbar inside breaker box.
Move wires to another same-size breaker to eliminate breaker as suspect.
Make sure that only copper wire is inserted under terminal screw plate at timer, and no insulation is under screw plate. Check that stranded wire and solid wire are not on same terminal screw, and that wire gauges are same so you don't have #8 and #10 under same screw plate.

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I don't know if Hz is the speed-problem cause, or if Woods makes timers to meet the different Hz markets.

The fact that you got two timers with same problem makes me think there could be a mix-up in the product shipment, or simply a bad batch of timers. I've tested these timers and found them to be made much cheaper than predecessor time pieces like Intermatic GM40 electronic series.

I recommend Intermatic mechanical timers for pool pumps instead of the cheaper-made Woods and GE electronic timers. The clock motor is wired directly to power source, and replacement parts are available. Plus the mechanical timers are not as vulnerable to product failure and power surge.
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