My built-in pool fountain on/off switch stopped working - it wouldn't turn off, so I replaced it but now the fountain won't turn on at all. The old switch says 20A 208/250VAC double pole switch, and it has 5 wires coming out of it - 2 load, 2 line and 1 ground. The hardware store didn't have the exact same one but they sold me a 20A double pole switch Interruptor bipolar 20A, 120/277V. The new one has screws at all 5 locations, not wires. They told me to bend the existing wires around the screws and tighten. I triple-checked that the "load" and the "line" were what they were before because I took several photos as I disconnected the broken switch, and connected the ground with a new wire from the hardware store. When I was done and switched the power back on, the fountain does not come on at all now. My question is: does "bipolar" mean it doesn't matter which side of the switch the load 1/load 2 and line 1/line 2 are connected? The new switch just says "load" at 1 end and "line" at the other end - it doesn't specify which side is load 1 or load 2. If I switched the sides of the load and line might it fix the problem or not? Any other ideas?