Question about Hayward SUPERPUMP 2.0 HP, 115/230V

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Have hayward 2speed pump and cant get speeds to change ontime clo

My pump has two timeclocks on for 2 speed pump and one for booster pump. and also has a double pole single throw 240v toggle switch. onthe switch the line side has direct power 220v and the load side has a common to the pump and a wire to time clock switch leg on #4 screw (T.C) and clock #2 is wired to were the booster will not come on when 2 speed is off. when i put this together booster will run when the pump is on low speed and when on high speed it wont work. so how do i make it work correctly

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  • John Prohaska
    John Prohaska May 11, 2010

    Sounds overcompicated to begin with. Your time clocks should have a manual switch built into them. All three clocks are wired to the line side directly to the 230V or just the neutral and one hot leg for 115V? Seems that you should have a wire drop from one time clock to the motor. That same time clock has wires from the toggle and the second clock. Then the third clock from the toggle and then down to the booster? From what you are describing, it sounds as if you wired at least one clock in series with another?

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If I am following your description correctly it sounds like the booster is tied to the wrong clock...You want the booster to run with the high speed which is 'the other' timer it sounds like.

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