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How do you wire a hayward 1hp superpump 2 speed using the standard 220v cord from the power source? The wiring diagram on the motor is confusing.

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 you may have got a four-conductor wire; normally, only a three conductor is required for a power cord (again, if that's what you're describing.) The black and white would normally go to L1 and L2, and the green would go to the ground screw. (This should be demonstrated on the wiring diagram on the motor.) 
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Pool pump breaker tripping


1) Not likely the timer is problem, unless there was fire or overheating in timer box. Use nose and eyes to inspect for signs of high heat.

2) Eliminate timer as suspect:
Move wires on timer to test if timer relays have gone bad.
Move terminal 4 to terminal 3
Move terminal 2 to terminal 1
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T104

3) Check watt rating of Hayward pump, and voltage.
1Hp motor at 240Volt draws 8 amp, and can draw 6 to 8 times that amount when starting. Up to 100 feet, should be at least 12 gauge wire and double-pole 20 amp breaker. Over 100 feet, 10 gauge wire and 30 amp double-pole breaker is best.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Color-codewire.html#motor

4) Intermatic T104 240V timer is rated 40 amps
Can safely handle 1 Hp motor without nearing heat-rating capacity of timer

5) Make sure the motor is wired correctly for 240Volts.
If motor is wired for 120, and 240 is applied, then tripped breaker can result.

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Just installed a new Hayward superpump. Using an intermatic timer (not sure which model, but found something close in a search). Yellow face, A,1,2,3,4 terminals. I wired the new pump like the old pump...


You have 240 volt 30 amp breaker
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Inside-Main-Breaker-Box-8-8.jpg

A 1 2 3 4 sounds like 240volt T104 or 240volt T106
These look the same but are two different timers.
The T104 is made for regular on-off operation, while the T106 is made for 2-speed pump.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html

Now is the pump 240Volts, or 120Volts?
Look at nameplate on motor.
Is the motor single speed or 2-speed?

If pump is 2-speed, then motor will have 3 wires, and nameplate will say Hi and Low.
There is usually a yellow wire with 2-speed pump.

NOW, lets suppose you have 120Volt single speed motor.
You can convert the 240Volt T104 into 120Volt T103 timer by changing the clock motor from WG1573 to WG1570 available at WW Grainger. And then switch white wire inside breaker box to make circuit into 120Volt circuit.

If you have T106 2-speed timer, it can also be converted to 120Volt using same clock motor change-over.

Add a comment and describe your wiring very carefully. Include voltage and exactly which wires are connected, because the description of 'terminal 4 and L4' was too confusing

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Im replacing a 2 speed Hayward motor with a AO smith 1 speed motor. I need to no how to wire the 1 speed


to wire a single speed motor you use only the black, white and green wire. there is usually a wiring diagram on the side of the motor to show how this is done.
no wiring diagram then put the black wire on the L1 or H1 post and the white wire to the common and of course the green to ground

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How to install a power cord to a Hayward 1hp Power Flo Matrix pump.


One line lead wire to the L1 terminal, the other line lead wire to the L2 terminal and the green ground wire to the green grounded screw above the motor terminal board. It does not matter which wire, white or black, is on which terminal, L1 or L2, so long as one wire is on each terminal.

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Low/High Switch wiring for Hayward Superpump


I do not read anywhere that you have a 230V DPDT switch which you will need in order to select the high or low speed. You will have 6 terminalas on the switch. Line connections usually go to the middle set. Put put sides of one pole to the common terminal and put one of the other posts to the hi and the other to the low terminal. I prefer to use am on-off-on switch so the switch in the middle turns off the pump. Flip it one way for hi and the other for low. If you post your stock number from the two-speed motor I could give you a more accurate diagram if you need it. Generally, 1 is common, 2 hi and 3/4 low.

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


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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Wiring difficulties during hookup


The side of the motor will have a diagram showing how to connect the wires for common high and low speeds. There should also be a voltage selector device on near the terminals you connect your line wires to. Set that device to the 115 setting and you should be all set.

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HI! Just bought a Hayward Super Pump for inground pool. Model SP 2607x10 1hp. Hubby had to connect a cord as one didn't come with it. He used the old cord from the previous pump (22 years old) and it keeps...


I have a few ideas. That the pump didn't come with a cord suggests that it should be hard wired(not a plug in) and you should check the product info plate to see if it requires 110 or 220v. and that the circut that it is being connected to can handle the start-up amps. Mine required a 20amp 220 circut of it's own. When wireing the hot wire(hopefully black) should be connected to the copper clored screw and the white one to the silver screw, the bare /green wire to the green screew. There is also the possibility that the new unit is defective !! can be checked with an ohm meter.

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Wiring Hayward pool pump


John what you have is a 240 volt motor on that pump. It will not connect to a 120 volt cord. You'll have to get a different pump.

Sirwriter

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