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NO.1STEP BY STEPGUIDE BOOK ONBLACK WIRE ATTACHEDTO BRASS TERMINAL SCREWGROUNDWIRESLOADED WITHSIMPLE, EASY TOFOLLOW WIRINGDIAGRAMSALL ABOUT OUTLETSHOW TO WIRE THREE-WAYSWITCHESPAGE 30FROM/POWERSOURCECOMMONTERMINALSCREW(Black or CopperColored)12-2 WIRE(WITH GROUND)PAGE 25

TABLE OF CONTENTSPAGEHOW THE HOME ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WORKS .2, 3, 28HOW TO TURN OFF MAIN POWER SUPPLY .4THE THREE WAYS TO GET POWER TO YOUR NEW WIRING JOB .5HOW THE GROUND WIRE WORKS IN PLASTIC BOXES.6, 7ALL ABOUT ELECTRIC WIRE .8, 9HOW TO USE WIRENUTS AND SCREW TERMINALS .10HOW TO INSTALL WIRING IN NEW WALLS AND PETITIONS.11THE MOST COMMON MEASUREMENTS FOR OUTLETS AND SWITCHES .12ALL ABOUT THE GROUND WIRE .13HOW TO WIRE ELECTRIC DRYERS AND RANGES .14,15WATTS USED BY VARIOUS ELECTRICAL ITEMS.16HOW TO FMD THE CAUSE OF A SHORT CIRCUIT. 17HOW TO FIX FLOURESCENT LIGHTS.18HOW TO WIRE BOXES, FIXTURES AND SWITCHES .19COLOR CODING OF WIRES, AND SCREW TERMINALS .20ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS ALSO ALL ABOUT SWITCHES .21HOW TO ADD NEW OUTLETS TO EXISTING ONES.22, 23ALL ABOUT OUTLETS .24 to 29ALL ABOUT 3 WAY SWITCHES.30 to 37ALL ABOUT SINGLE POLE SWITCHES .38 to 43ALL ABOUT 4 WAY SWITCHES .44HOW TO WIRE OUTLET AND LIGHT WITH PULL CHAIN .45HOW TO WIRE OUTLET - SWITCH AND LIGHT.46, 47ELECTRICALTERMS.48IMPORTANTALL OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS IN THIS BOOK SHOW TYPICAL WIRING METHODS, ACTUAL INSTALLATIONS MUST BE ADAPTED TO INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS, SO FOLLOW NATIONAL, STATE, ANDLOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.STEP BY STEP GUIDE BOOK CO. HAS MADE EVERY EFFORT TO ENSURE ACCURACY AND RELIABILITY OF THE INFORMATION INSTRUCTIONS, AND DIRECTIONS IN THIS BOOK; HOWEVER, IT IS IN NOWAY TO BE CONSTRUED AS A GUARANTEE.STEP BY STEP GUIDE BOOK CO. IS NOT LIABLE IN CASE OF MISINTERPRETATIONS OF THE DIRECTIONS, HUMAN ERROR OR TYPOGRAPHICAL MISTAKES.Author: Ray McReynoldsIF YOU CANT FIND OUR BOOKS IN YOUR AREA,CALL US ON OUR TOLL FREE PHONE NUMBERFOR INFOMATION ON THEM. 1-800-678-1500 ORWRITE TO:Step-By-Step Guide Book Co.P.O. Box 70865Salt Lake City, Utah 84170Copyright 1982Revised 1989Revised 1990Revised 1994Step By Step GuideBook Co.

WIRING COLOR GUIDEWHITE WIREnfutralc 1 1 1 1 1 im nBLACK WIRERED WIREtorhotBARE WIRE ground wireHow the Home Electrical System WorksamatNUTWIRE NUT GUIDEUSEREDWIRE NUTSWHERE WIRE NUTS AREUSEDONTHISPAGEINCLUDING GROUND WIRESColor coding of wire The black wire is HOT The white wire is NEUTRALEtch this wiring rule in your memory and keep it there.NEVER CONNECT THE BLACK (HOT) WIRE TO THEWHITE (NEUTRAL) WIRE. (Exception: see page 20)Connect the black wire to the brass-colored terminal onswitches, receptacles, sockets, fuse boxes, and to the blackwires on pull chain fixtures. The white (neutral or groundwire—also called the "continuous wire") is grounded at theelectric service switch. Connect it to the silver or light-coloredterminal of all receptacles, etc., and to the white wire on alllighting fixtures. Again—never hook to the hot wire!FROMPOWERSOURCEWHITE WIRE ATTACHEDTO WHITE OR SILVERTERMINAL SCREW (CIRCUITBREAKER BOX12-2BLACK WIRE ATTACHEDTO BRASS TERMINAL SCREWWIRE '(WITH GROUND)CEILING BOXGROUND WIRE ATTACHEDTO GREEN HEX GROUNDINGTERMINAL SCREW ON THIS PAGE WE SHOW USING METAL WALL AND METAL CEILINGBOXES. THE WIRING IN PLASTIC AND METAL BOXES IS THE SAME,EXCEPT FOR THE GROUND WIRE. THE GROUND WIRE ATTACHES TOTHE METAL BOXES, IN PLASTIC IT DOES NOT, SEE PAGE 6 AND 7 FORMORE ON HOW THE GROUND WIRE WORKS IN PLASTIC BOXES.GROUNDWIRES/fr "

WIRE NUT GUIDEAMMNUTUSE RED WIRE NUTSWHERE WIRE NUTS AREUSEDONTHISPAGEINCLUDING GROUND WIRESCIRCUITBREAKER BOXHow the Home Electrical System WorksTHE PICTURE BELOW SHOWS HOW THE POWER SUPPLY COMES OUT OF THEBREAKER BOX SUPPLYING POWER TO THE OUTLETS AND HOW TO CHANGEDIRECTION OF THE WIRE WITH THE USE OF A JUNCTION BOX.CEILING BOXFROMPOWERSOURCE12-2 WIRE(WITH GROUND)/'WHITE WIRE ATTACHEDTO WHITE OR SILVERTERMINAL SCREWBLACK WIRE ATTACHEDTO BRASS TERMINAL SCREWGROUND WIRE ATTACHEDTO GREEN HEX GROUNDINGTERMINAL SCREWJUNCTIONBOXPUT COVERS ON JUNCTION BOXES.ON THIS PAGE WE SHOW USING METAL WALL AND METAL CEILINGBOXES. THE WIRING IN PLASTIC AND METAL BOXES IS THE SAME,EXCEPT FOR THE GROUND WIRE. THE GROUND WIRE ATTACHES TOTHE METAL BOXES, IN PLASTIC IT DOES NOT, SEE PAGE 6 AND 7 FORMORE ON HOW THE GROUND WIRE WORKS IN PLASTIC BOXES.

How to Turn off Main Power SupplyBefore starting any work, you must disconnect(or "kill") the circuit you'll be working on at itssource in the service panel. If your circuits areprotected by fuses, removing the appropriate fusedisconnects the circuit from incoming service. In aservice panel equipped with circuit breakers, youcan disconnect a circuit by switching its breakerto the OFF position.To make sure you disconnect the correct circuit,turn on a light that's connected to the circuit beforeyou remove the fuse or turn off the circuit breaker.The light will go out when you've removed thecorrect fuse or turned off the correct breaker.If you have any doubt about which fuse orbreaker protects which circuit, shut off all currentcoming into your home at the main disconnectWhile you're at your service panel, spend anothermoment to prevent a possible disaster. Tape a noteon the panel explaining what you're doing so no onewill come along and replace the fuse or reset thecircuit breaker while you're working on the wiring.Then either carry the fuse with you in your pocketor tape the circuit breaker in its OFF position.Chart Shows Color Coding of Wires and Terminal ScrewsColor of WireColor of TerminalScrewHot — Neutralor Grounding WireWhiteSilver or WhiteNeutral WireBlackBrassHot WireRedBrassHot WireGreenGreenGrounding WireBare WireGreenGrounding WireeaonMAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER0e1SWITCHING THE MAIN BREAKER TO THEOFF POSITION SHUTS OFF ALL POWER.aWith the electricity turned off, you can work incomplete safety. Still, it's a good idea to keep a fewadditional safety precautions in mind.Remember that water and electricity don't mix.Never work on wiring, fixtures, switches, orappliances when you're wet or standing on a dampspot. Lay down dry boards to stand on if the flooror ground is wet.— fHn93 .-8 —0 BCIRCUITBREAKER BOXPull-out blocktfusesLeverLever disconnect. Anexternal handlecontrols contact withtwo main fuses in thecabinet. When youpull the handle to theOFF position, you shutoff the main powersupply.Pull-out block. Themain cartridge fusesare mounted on one ortwo nonmetallic pullout blocks. By pullingfirmly on the handgrips, you can removethe blocks from thecabinet and disconnectall power.

THE THREE WAYS TO GET POWER TO YOUR NEW WIRING JOBImportant To Your SafetyPICTURE f1ALWAYS SHUT OFF POWER TO THE CIRCUIT YOU WILL BE WORKING ON, OR THEENTIRE HOUSE IF YOU ARE NOT SURE WHICH FUSE OR BREAKER CONTROLS THE CIRCUITNOTE:YOU MUSTNOT EXCEEDTHE NUMBEROF POLESOR SPACESFOR WHICHTHE PANEL BOARD IS2.APPROVEDREGARDLESS OFWHETHERTHERE ISROOM ORSPACE INTHE PANEL ,FIRST YOU LOCATE THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX THATCONTRLOLS THE POWER COMING INTO THE HOUSE, SEEIF THERE IS ANY ROOM LEFT FOR THE CIRCUITSEE IF THERE IS ROOM HEREBREAKERS YOU NEED. IF THERE IS GET THE MAKE ANDFOR MORE BREAKERSMODEL OFF OF IT AND GO TO YOUR LOCAL ELECT. PARTSSTORE AND PURCHASE THE BREAKERS YOU NEED. (SEE PICTURE t1)SECOND, IF THERE IS NO ROOM LEFT IN CIRCUITBREAKER BOX, CHECK MAKE AND MODEL AS IN #1ABOVE AND SEE IF THEY HAVE A NARROWER CIRCUITBREAKER THAT WILL FIT YOUR PARTICULAR BREAKERBOX. MOST CIRCUIT BREAKERS ARE 1" THICK BUT THEYMAKE SOME BREAKERS 1/2" THICK. TAKE OUT ONE THATIS 1" THICK AND INSTALL 2 - 1/2" THICK ONES. (SEEPICTURE #2)ON NUMBER 3. THIRD, IF WAYS #1 AND #2 DO NOT WORK FOR YOU, GOTO YOUR LOCAL ELECT. PARTS STORE AND GET A3 CHECKSUB-PANEL THAT WILL WORK WITH THE MULTI BREAKERWITH YOURYOU HAVE - BRAND ETC. GET ONE THAT HAS AS MANYLOCAL ELECNEW BREAKERS AS YOU NEED FOR YOUR JOB. (SEE PICTURE #3)TRICALINSPECTORTO SEE IF ITIS PERMITImportantTED.IF USING #14-2 WIRE WITH GROUND, USEIF THIS PANEL IS FULL, TRY ANDGET NARROW BREAKERS.REGULAR MULTI BREAKERWITH SUB-PANEL ADDED.A 15 AMP BREAKER TO PROTECT THE LINE.THIS SHOWS A BREAKER BEING ATTACHEDTO THE BREAKER BOX.IF USING #12-2 WIRE WITH GROUND, USEA 20 AMP BREAKER TO PROTECT THE LINE.All About Circuit BreakersON POSITIONTRIPPED POSITIONOFF POSITIONRESET ACTIONSingle Circuit BreakerPOSITIONS OF THE CIRCUITBREAKER HANDLEDouble Circuit BreakerMore and more circuit breakers are being used in place offuses. A circuit breaker looks something like a toggle switch, witha handle that lets it be used just like a switch to turn power on and off.Inside each breaker is a fairly simple mechanism which incase of overload trips the breaker and disconnects the load. If a breaker tripsbecause of overload, in most brands you must force the handle beyond the OFFposition, then return it to ON, to reset it. On some brands however, the handlemerely goes to the OFF position; reset it by returning it to the ON position.What is to be done when a breaker trips or a fuse blows?Most people will say: reset the breaker, or install a new fuse. Correct, but firstfind out why the fuse blew. Fuses are the safety valves of electrical installations.

WIRING COLOR GUIDEWHITE WIREnmitralHow The Ground Wire Worksin Plastic Wall BoxesT M I I I mill RED WIRERARE WIRE ground wire12-2 WIRE(WITH GROUND)FROMPOWERSOURCEWHO* WIRE ATTACHEDTO WHITE OR SILVERTERMINAL SCREWWHITE WIRE ATTACHEDTO WHITE OR SILVERTERMINAL SCREW LACK WIRE ATTACHEDTO BRASS TERMINAL SCREWPLASTICWALL BOXGROUND WIRESGROUND WIRE ATTACHEDTO GREEN HEX GROUNDINGTERMINAL SCREWGROUND WIRE ATTACHEDTO GREEN HEX GROUNDINGTERMINAL SCREW12-2WIRE(WITH GROUND)THE WIRING IN PLASTIC AND METAL BOXES IS THE SAME,EXCEPT FOR THE GROUND WIRE. THE GROUND WIRE ATTACHES TOTHE METAL BOXES, IN PLASTIC IT DOES NOTHow to Wire OutletsWIRING COLOR GUIDEi BLACK WIRE MOTWIRING TWO OUTLETSMOTBARE WIRE GROUND WIREFROMPOWERSOURCE12-2 WIRE(WITH GROUND)WHITE WIRE ATTACHEDTO WHITE OR SILVERTERMINAL SCREWWHITE WIRE ATTACHEDTO WHITE OR SILVERTERMINAL SCREWWALL BOXGROUNDWIRESBLACK WIRE ATTACHEDTO BRASS TERMINAL SCREW12-2WIREBLACK WIRE ATTACHEDTO BRASS TERMINAL SCREW(WITH GROUND)GROUND WIRE ATTACHEDTO GREEN HEX GROUNDINGTERMINAL SCREWON THIS PAGE WE SHOW METAL BOXES. THE WIRING IN PLASTIC AND METAL BOXES IS THE SAME,EXCEPT FOR THE GROUND WIRE. THE GROUND WIRE ATTACHES TO THE METAL BOXES, IN PLASTICIT DOES NOT, SEE PAGE 6 AND 7 FOR MORE ON HOW THE GROUND WIRE WORKS IN PLASTIC BOXES.

How The Ground Wire Worksin Plastic Wall and Ceiling BoxesWIRING COLOR GUIDE3 WHITE WIRE NEUTRALBLACK WIRE HOTRED WIREHOTBARE WIRE QROUNDWIREPLASTICCEILING BOXPLASTICCEILING BOX12-2WIRE(WITH GROUND)GROUNDWIREPLASTICWALL BOXPOWERSOURCEWIRING COLOR GUIDEWHITE WIRENEUTRALBLACK WIRE HOTRED WIREHOTBARE WIRE GROUND WIRE12-2 WIRE(WITH GROUND)THE WIRING IN PLASTIC AND METAL BOXES IS THE SAME,EXCEPT FOR THE GROUND WIRE. THE GROUND WIRE ATTACHES TOTHE METAL BOXES, IN PLASTIC IT DOES NOTHow To Wire Single Pole SwitchWith Switch Controlling Two LightsGROUNDWIREGROUND WIRESCEILING BOXWIRE NUT GUIDE§WIRENUTUSERED WIRENUTSWHERE WIRE NUTS AREUSEDON THISPAGEINCLUDING GROUND WIRES12-2(WITHCEILING BOXWIREGROUND)/fWALL BOXFROMPOWERSOURCE12-2 WIRE(WITH GROUND)ON THIS PAGE WE SHOW USING METAL WALL AND METALCEILING BOXES. THE WIRING IN PLASTIC AND METALBOXES IS THE SAME. EXCEPT FOR THE GROUND WIRE.THE GROUND WIRE ATTACHES TO THE METAL BOXES, INPLASTIC IT DOES NOT, SEE PAGE 6 AND 7 FOR MORE ONHOW THE GROUND WIRE WORKS IN PLASTIC BOXES.

rAll About Electric WireCHECK WITH LOCAL CODES ON WIRINGSIZES NEEDED FOR YOUR WIRING PROJECTChart Shows Copper Wire Size, Amps and WattsWire Size(Actual Size) NO. 1 4 wire NO. 12 wire AmpsWatts(Also Fuse orCircuit Breaker size)(Based on 120 Volts)at 80% loadedIJamps1800watts \Jamps2400 wattsNO. 1 0 wire 30 amps3600 watts PNO. 8 wire40amps4800 watts PNO. 6 wireJUamps6000 wattsThe larger the wire gaugenumber the smaller thediameter of the wire.Chart Shows Color Coding of Wires and Terminal ScrewsColor of WireColor of TerminalScrewHot — Neutralor Grounding WireWhiteSilver or WhiteNeutral WireBlackBrassHot WireRedBras sHot WireGreenGreenGrounding WireBare WireGreenGrounding WireBblack- hotw'reblack hot wire*aroundwiretwo-wire cablewith ground8white neutral wireredhot wire V. groundthree-wire cable Xwith groundIn Example "A" above, the numbers and letters stampedon the electric wire has the following meaning.The "12" means it is No. 12 wire in size.The "2" means it has two wires.The "G" means with ground wire.The "N-M" means non-metalicwirewhite - neutral wireIn Example "B" above, itis exactly like Example Aexcept it has three wiresinstead of the two.

All About Electric WireWhen doing any electrical wiring, you have to use theright size fuses or multi-breakers to protect the electricwire against any overloads or short circuits. Also, wire canhandle only so many watts before it becomes overloadedand blows fuses or kicks breakers off. Check below.#14-2 WIRE WITH GROUND#12-2 WIRE WITH GROUNDWhen working with No. 14 wire,use a 15 amp fuse or a15 amp breaker to protect itagainst overloads or short circuits.15-ampWhen working with No. 12 wire,use a 20 amp fuse or a 20 ampbreaker to protect it againstoverloads or short circuits.20-amp fuseColor coding of wire The black wire is HOT The white wire is NEUTRALEtch this wiring rule in your memory and keep it there.NEVER CONNECT THE BLACK (HOT) WIRE TO THEWHITE (NEUTRAL) WIRE. (Exception: see page20)Connect the black wire to the brass-colored terminal onswitches, receptacles, sockets, fuse boxes, and to the blackwires on pull chain fixtures. The white (neutral or groundwire—also called the "continuous wire") is grounded at theelectric service switch. Connect it to the silver or light-coloredterminal of all receptacles, etc., and to the white wire on alllighting fixtures. Again—never hook to the hot wire!ImportantALWAYS SHUT OFF POWER TO THE CIRCUIT YOU WILL BE WORKING ON, OR THE ENTIREHOUSE IF YOU ARE NOT SURE WHICH FUSE OR BREAKER CONTROLS THE CIRCUIT.DOUBLE CHECK WITH A TESTING DEVICE TO BE ABSOLUTELY SURE THE CIRCUIT IS DEAD.

How To Use Wirenuts and Screw TerminalsHOW TO PUT ON WIRENUTWIRE NUTS JOIN WIRE ENDSStep 1. Strip off about 1inch of insulation fromends of wires you'regoing to join. Twist thestripped ends clockwiseat least one and one-halfturns.Step 2. Snip % to J/2 inchoff the twisted wires sothe ends are even.Step 3. Screw the wirenuton clockwise.HOW TO JOIN WIRE TO SCREW TERMINALSterminal apertureStep 1. Strip % inch of insulation off the wire end.Then use a pair of needle nose plyers to form ahalf loop in the bare wire.releaseapertureBACKWIRED OUTLETS AND SWITCHEScan be loosened from the wires bypressing a screwdriver point intothe release aperture.screwterminalStep 2. Hook the wire clockwisearound the screw terminal. As youtighten the screw the loop will close.Always strip wires so no morethan 1/16 inch of bare wire extends outbeyond the screw head.strip gaugeWrong wayBACKWIRED OUTLETS AND SWITCHESHOW TO JOIN SEVERAL WIRES TO SCREW TERMINALSPigtail spliceThe electrical code requires that only one wire may be attachedto a screw terminal — the above picture shows the only approvedway to do this — it is called a pigtail splice.Right way

How to Install Wiring in New Walls and Partitionssupportcableevery5 feet(1.5m)withstraporstaplecableextends6 inches(150mm)from box.staple for NM cabledon't staple throughor smash cablestaple cable 8 inchesfrom box-drill%-inch.metal plate protectscableholes forcable1'/2 inchesfrom edgeStrip outer sheath of insulation before insertingwires into box.Step 1. Install box. Secure cables to box so that 6inches of each cable extends from box. (150 mm)Step 2. Strip outer sheath of insulation to back of box;removesheath and all separation materials. Strip offVz to 3/4 inch insulation from wire ends.OUTLETS AND SWITCHESALL OUTLETS MUST BE OF THE GROUNDED TYPE.Outlets Should Be No More than 12 Ft. Apart.Outlets Should Be 12 " High from Floor.Switches Should Be 48" High from FloorSwitches Should Always Be Put on Same Side of Door that the Door Knob Is on.CHECK ON LOCAL CODES FOR MORE INFORMATION NEEDEDON OUTLETS AND SWITCHES FOR YOUR WIRING PROJECT11

The Most Common Measurements for Outlets and SwitchesOUTLETS AND SWITCHESALL OUTLETS MUST BE OF THE GROUNDED TYPE.Outlets Should Be No More than 12 Ft. Apart.Outlets Should Be 12 " High from Floor.Switches Should Be 48" High from Floor.Switches Should Always Be Put on Same Side of Door that the Door Knob Is on.

All About The Ground WireUSE THE GREEN OR BARE WIRE AS THE GROUND WIRE IN ELECTRICAL WIRING. USE THE GREEN-COLOREDTERMINAL SCREW AS THE GROUNDING SCREW IN ANY ELECTRICAL WORK.IF YOU ARE USING ELECTRICAL WIRETHATHASNOGROUND WIRE IN IT, USE AGROUND WIRETHESAMESIZE.FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU ARE USING NUMBER 12 WIRE USE A NUMBER 12 GROUND WIRE.USE 10/32" STOVE BOLTS OR MACHINE SCREWS TO ATTACH THE GROUND WIRE TO THE BACK OF WALLBOXES, SWITCH BOXES, CEILING BOXES, AND JUNCTION BOXES.THE GROUND WIRE NOT ONLY PROTECTS YOU FROM GETTING SHOCKED, BUT PROTECTS THE ELECTRICALITEMS IN YOUR HOUSE FROM GETTING DAMAGED FROM LIGHTNING.Checking an Outlets GroundTEST THE GROUNDING OF A NEWLYINSTALLED OUTLET BY INSERTINGONE PROBE OF THE VOLTAGE TESTERINTO TH SEMICIRCULAR GROUNDSLOT AND THE OTHER INTO EACH OFTHE ELONGATED SLOTS SUCCESSIVELY. THE TESTER SHOULD LIGHTWHEN THE PROBE IS PLUGGED INTOTHE HOT SLOT. (IN A MODERN OUTLETTHIS SLOT IS SLIGHTLY SHORTERTHAN THE OTHER SLOT.) IF NEITHERSLOT LIGHTS THE TESTER, THEOUTLET IS NOT GROUNDED AND THEWIRING MUST BE CORRECTED.Underwriter's k n o t . .To (.rolect cord f r o m stroin,lu l loo() c o r r f s us shown . then pull down lightlynto r e c e s s between prongs

How to Wire Electric DryerswhiteneutralwireRecessed Dryer Recepticle120/240-volt, 30-ampere, grounded. Designedespecially for clothes driers, this large receptacle supplies 240 volts for the heating coils ofthe drier and 120 volts for such standard accessories as the timer and the pilot light.ground wire 'whiteneutralSurface Dryer RecepticleUSE WIRE SIZE 10-3 WITH GROUND FOR ELECTRIC DRYERS.Dryer Cord14

How to Wire Electric RangeRecessed Range Recepticle120/240-volt, 50-ampere, grounded. An electricrange requires the high amperage and the combination of voltages provided by this receptacle.High-temperature settings of the oven and burners are connected to the 240-volt circuit.The low temperature settings, timer, pilot lightsand built-in receptacles operate on 120 volts.Surface Range RecepticleUSE WIRE SIZE 6-3 WITH GROUND FOR ELECTRIC RANGES.Range Cord

rWatts Used by Different Electrical ItemsApproximate RatingsApproximate RatingsAir conditioner (central) . . . . . . . . . . . . 5000(room, 1/3 ton) . . . . . . . . . . . 800(room, 3/4 ton) . . . . . . . . . . 1300(room, 1 ton) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1600Blender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250-1000Bottle warmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400Broiler . . . . . . . .

the wiring in plastic and metal boxes is the same, except for the ground wire. the ground wire attaches to the metal boxes, in plastic it does not wiring color guide i black wire mot _ mot bare wire ground wire from power source 12-2 wire (with ground) ground wires how to wire outlets wiring two outlets white wire attached to white or .

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