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I need to know where the power supply wires to the clock are to be put and where the wires to the fixture need to be placed.

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The black power supply wire goes to the #1 terminal (LINE). The black fixture wire goes to the #2 terminal (LOAD). Both white (neutral) wires go to the "A" terminal.

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