Question about TORK Variable Cycling Timer 8601
1) Tork 1101 has 120Volt clock motor, making this 120Volt timer.
2) 120Volt circuit has 1 black hot wire and 1 white neutral wire and 1 bare ground wire. Ground wires connect to green screw and to each other.
3) You have two cables, each cable has black, white and ground.
One cable arrives from breaker box.
One cable goes to Load (light, fan, motor, pump etc)
4) Cable arriving from breaker box:
a) Hot black connects to terminal L.
There should be a brass connector plate that connects terminals L and 1. If this plate is removed, then add a jumper wire from terminal L to terminal 1.
b) white connects to terminal X
5) Cable going to Load
a) Load black connects to terminal 2
b) Load white connects to terminal X along with other white wire.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
Where do the two yellow wires on the 1101 timer connect?
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