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I plan to have a rear shower head as well as a sink faucet forward. I'd like to have a timer switch at both locations and here is what I think will work. Is this a solid plan? have a better idea? Thanks!
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Yes - I think that works.

We only have water at the galley sink, and put a pump switch right at the sink. We leave the galley sink faucet open all the time and just use the switch to turn the flow off and on. Works like a champ and saves water. No timer on our switch.

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I plan to have a rear shower head as well as a sink faucet forward. I'd like to have a timer switch at both locations and here is what I think will work. Is this a solid plan? have a better idea? Thanks! View attachment 81686
Check the current rating of the switches. The pump may pull more current then what the switch can handle. I used three way switches so that I can turn the pump on and off from two different locations and had them control a relay that controlled the pump
 
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