Question about Intermatic T104-20 Indoor Hot Water Timer
On the switch you have, line,,,,, that is the wires coming in, 2 of them are hot, 110 volts each, both from the same breaker, 220 volts, your timer is 220 volts, you have 2 wires going out, load,, they are 110 volts each, both go to your lights, they all have a neutral or ground or both. Depends on the location. Most of the new stuff will have the 4 wires. 2 of them are colored, any color but green or white will be hot. You are running all 4 lights at the same time? Right? And they are all wired together. This should work.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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