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My T101 timer switch is installed allready, but I dont know how to hook up the pool filter to it, it has three wires on it, black,white and green

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If the timer is already installed, then the incoming (from the breaker or source) black wire should be connected to the #1 terminal. The incoming white wire should be connected to the "A" terminal and the bare (or green) wire should be connected to the "GR" screw on the (lower) case.
To connect the pool filter (load) to the timer, connect the black wire to terminal #2, the white wire to terminal "A" (along with the incoming white wire) and the green wire to the "GR" screw (along with the incoming bare or green wire). Usually one twists the two green or bare wires together with a short pigtail using a yellow or red wire nut and then connects the pigtail to the "GR" screw.
The two white wires don't need to be pigtailed, as the "A" terminal is designed for two wires.

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Just put the wires together like its wired now. Put the black wire underneath the same screw as the black wire on the LOAD side. Then, the white and green go underneath the same screw as the other white and green.

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