We've been having issues with our pump timer not working. We finally narrowed it down and believe it was the timer motor. So I ordered the replacement timer motor and switched it out yesterday. But after turning the power back on at the breaker, the pump won't turn on now. I took pictures before I started disconnecting any wires and then again when I was finished installing the new one. So I'm at a loss as to what the issue might be. I don't want to go too long without the pump running or the chemistry will get all wonky. At first I thought it might mean I got a bad motor timer. But the more I think about it, wouldn't the pump still be able to run if I manually turned it on? I would think that if it was a bad timer motor it just wouldn't start/stop on its own. So does that mean it had to be user error?