By Century Motors



Part # 5271-75

Manufacturer Code 17590450

Alternate Part #'s 17590401, 17590450, 35-126-2084, CRM17590450

Product Description

Bracket With Black Toggle Switch - 17590450

Toggle Switch Wiring Instructions :

230 VAC Wiring
As you know in a 230 VAC configuration there is no "Neutral" or sometimes called a "Common" wire. Both of the "Supply" or "Source" wires carry voltage. Actually 115 VAC each, Hence 230 VAC. But remember that the two 115 VAC wires are 180 degrees "Out of Phase". Also explained in "The Manual"

One of the supply wires is connected to the L2 connection of the pump. The other supply wire is toggled between the low and high speed connection on the Pump to change speeds and is controlled by whatever, IntelliTouch, Intermatic.................In fact you could accomplish this with two toggle switches, or two relays :)

115 VAC wiring
Every thing is the same EXCEPT, The second supply wire is the "Neutral" or "Common" wire. We only have one 115 VAC supply wire.


?     Asked on 6/15/2018by MARTIN S ROSENTHAL

Wondering if this will fit on a Hayward Super II SP3015X202AZ? Thanks!

A  Answered on 6/15/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Martin. Yes, this Toggle Switch - 17590450 will fit selected Switchless - 56J motor used with the Hayward Super II Pumps. 

?     Asked on 6/29/2019by Inyo Visitor

When you sell this item will it come with a user manual ?

A  Answered on 7/1/2019 by Industry Professional

No, not supplied by the mfg. Should be a line 1 & neutral hook up.

?     Asked on 3/31/2020by Erik Hagen

I bought this switch and a Century B2977 motor. Do I need to buy some kind of attachment or cover as well because I don’t see how this attaches to the motor?


A  Answered on 4/1/2020 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Erik. It appears that the motor design has changed, you will need to return the Bracket Toggle Switch - 17590450 and purchase the Canopy Toggle Switch - 2512558-001.  


Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Pliers, Male blade connector

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Motor burned out and needed replaced. Add hi low switch

Written on 6/26/2023 by Guest

1. Don't make your own switch. Use this one because it is very tight and placed properly. Turn off power. Take off the back plate.
2. Connect 1st leg to the top blade connector.
3. Cut capped end of black wire coming off the switch and crimp a male blade connector.
4. Connect ground to the green screw.
5. Screw plate back on.. Connect ground lug.

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