I recently bought a Tork 1101b timer I was planning on using to replace a plug-in type and it will be on a circuit that is GFCI protected. The wiring looks pretty straight forward. Black wire line-side to its corresponding terminal, both white neutrals to shared (load-side) terminal and the load-side black to it's own terminal, as well as both grounds to the ground post. My question is whether or not this will play nice with the GFCI? I am thinking that since they have a shared neutral and the timer breaks the hot side that it will be ok? Does anyone have experience with these type of timers and GFCI? Any help would be greatly appreciated. If they won't play nice, I will have to go a different route. Thanks.