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Pool pump not starting we think it might be the timer beause

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pool pump not starting we think it might be the timer beause it's not ticking
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Customer: we want to start with replacing the timer we need to know weather its a 110 volt or 220 volt
JA: Is there anything else the Pool Technician should be aware of?
Customer: motor shows 230/115 volts if that helps
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Pool and Spa
Expert:  tomen99 replied 1 year ago.
Go to the breaker that feeds the pump. If it is a double it is 220. Single 110. Or open up the timer if it has two wires in and two out then it's 220v. A 120 will just be one wire and a common.

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