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If this is an intermatic timer (yellow dial) the wires coming from the power go on the first and third terminal. The two going to the pump go on the second and fourth terminals. If this has a black and silver dial the line from the power box go on the first and fourth terminals and the load going to the pump go to the second and third terminals. These are for 220v clocks, for 110v clocks you will need to check the instructions that come with the new clock.

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