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    Rewiring Timer

    [T20000R-Series-Operating.pdf[/attachment]I currently have my pump and chlorinator timed with a Intermatic T21004R. I will be replacing my pump with a pump that has a built in timer. Aqua Rite advises that the chlorinator should always be on a timer in case the flow switch should fail. I have attached the manual for the timer. It looks like if I just move the pump wires for lugs 2 and 4 to lugs 1 and 3 and leave the chlorinator wires where they are, I should be ok.
    Yes or No?
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    Re: Rewiring Timer

    Yes.

    The only thing you would need to worry about is if your power goes out, your pump will probably recover (with the correct time), but the mechanical timer will not, and would need to be reset to keep it and the pump on the same time.
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    Re: Rewiring Timer

    In order to help with that I will be running my pump somewhere between 12 and 16 hours a day. I will set my timer for the chlorinator to the middle half of that and check the timers for accuracy every once in a while.

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    Re: Rewiring Timer

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