Installing a 3 way timer switch
I purchased a GE Sunsmart Digital Timer # 15312 to replace an old Intermatic model. The problem is: The Intermatic has 1. black 2. blue 3. red & 4. the green which I know is the ground.
The new switch from GE has:1. black 2. blue 3. red 4. white and 5. the green/ground.
As far as line/load, the box has only 1 set of wires entering/leaving the box. So, does this mean that this is the load side or line side?
AND, would the white & blue wires hook up to the incoming white wire? This threw me for a loop, Thanks in advance, :eek:
Here the installment instruction and that timer do requried a netural to order to get that timer function otherwise without a netural the timer will not function at all.
Here the PDF file.
GE timer 15312
Take a second look at the switch box again and count how many conductor you have actually inside the switch box and what colours it is.
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