Question about TORK Variable Cycling Timer 8601
Your power feed hot should connect to the black, the neutral to the white and the load should tie to the red. The neutral of the load will also connect to the white. The bare copper is the safety grounDING conductor and should tie to the grounds within you box and also to the grounding (green screw of the receptacles). I would NOT use this timer if you do NOT have grounds in the box or metal conduit to the boxes.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
Hello Lee. The black wire is hot 110 volts. the red is hot 110 volts. the white is neutral and the bare copper is ground. IF you are only hooking up 4 outlets, only use the one hot wire [the black] do not use the red. Joe
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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