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On ge top load on the pump dose the black wire go on the left or right terminal

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Hello Jim and welcome to fixya.

Whenever there are only 2 wires involved and dealing with "AC" voltages the polarity shouldn`t matter, as opposed to "DC" voltages when polarity does matter, but typically with those pumps the black is on the left, white on right.

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Copy following link for wiring diagram showing GE 15350 timer:
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Look at terminal labels, should be L 1 X and 2
Power coming from breaker should be 120Volt Black Hot wire, and White neutral wire.
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Same timer is repackaged and sold as GE 15307
See wiring diagram for single load 240Volt:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/GE-15307-wiring-250.jpg

On the 1104, there is not a separate terminal for Neutral wire.
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