Wiring a 110 Volt Inlet
I have identified that all of my operating valves are supervalves. I will be ordering two more soon to fill in two inlets that have a fake plate over them, but are wired and definitely connected to the system. My question is, with a supervalve I would expect to see two little low voltage wires and an electrical romex wire with ground. I see four little (low voltage) wires behind the supervalves. All of them work, however the hose DOES NOT plug in to the little holes at top of supervalve. When hose is inserted, the unit can be started from wand, however the hose cord is plugged into a regular outlet to run powerhead. Does wiring the supervalve with 4 low volt wires make any sense. I cant imagine theres full 110 in two those little wires.