Hi, I am new here and am in the process of swapping out a Jandy 1.5HP single-speed pump for a Hayward Super II 2-speed. As part of this swap, I purchased a P1353ME Intermatic digital timer (3-circuit) to replace the existing mechanical timer. I haven't found much info on the 1353 on the net, so I have a couple questions:
a) The old hookup had two wires to the heater from each of the two incoming line connections from the circuit breaker. The new timer has two terminals for what they call 'timer power' (terminals 1 and 2), I'm assuming that the wires from the CB go here now, along with the ones to the heater?
b) I think I need mode '2' (circuits 1 and 2 for low/hi speed, circuit 3 aux) for the Hayward pump. Do I wire this by connecting a 'common' to terminal 1 that goes to the pump, and then a jumper from terminal 2 to terminals 3 and 5 (the two lines for the DPST)? The load lines for high and low then come off terminals 4 and 6 and go to the pump?
c) I have a chlorinator that used to be wired to the two load lines on the mechanical timer. Do I now wire one to terminal 1 (the common) and the other to the low-speed load line (terminal 5)? So this means the chlorinator can only operate on low or high but not both, right?