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    Jandy Stealth Pump

    Hey all, love the site, have gotten so much information but unfortunately not quite what I needed.

    I am trying to install a new jandy stealth 2 spd switchless pump and the wiring diagram on the shell isn't much help. I have 4 terminals, L1, L2 A & B. The wiring diagram says common is L1, high is L2 and low is 3 or 4....I don't have 3 or 4 but I have A & B, are these actually 3 and 4? How would I hook this up for low speed?

    thanks so much!

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    Mod Squad Bama Rambler's Avatar
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    Re: Jandy Stealth Pump

    Welcome to TFP.

    Low speed is normally the "A" terminal.
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    Mod Squad jblizzle's Avatar
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    Re: Jandy Stealth Pump

    Do you actually have 4 terminals? I have seen that 3/4 is a single terminal ... likely the same as A/B.

    I can not think why there would need to be 4 terminals (not counting the ground), unless it is just a duplicate terminal plate part that is used on single speed pumps that can be 120V or 240V.
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