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    Timer question

    Do you have to have separate timers for the SWG (110v) and the pump (220v)?

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    Re: Timer question

    Not necessarily. A lot of systems are run on the same timer. That ensures that the swg can't operate without the pump running.
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    Re: Timer question

    Bama, would you have a manufacture and a part number by any chance?

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    Re: Timer question

    There are lots of different mfg's and they each make several models that would work. Since you have both 120 & 240 volt equipment I'd suggest something like the Intermatic T104 if you want a simple mechanical timer.
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    Re: Timer question

    Thanks so much!!

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