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In a mobile which wire is hot the white or the black


Usually the black is Hot.
Test each wire to bare ground wire, and tester lights up on Hot wire.
What are you wiring?
What is a mobile?
What terminals are you connecting to? What color is each screw terminal?
What voltage are you using? Only 120volt single-phase has 1 hot wire.
If you have split-phase 230V from UK or 240Volt in US, then both wires can be hot.
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Out of the white wire and black wire which is hot coming from the fuse box?in order to hook up light switch


Usually the black is Hot, and connects to brass colored screw on switch.
Test each wire to bare ground wire, and tester lights up on Hot wire.
What are you wiring?
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What terminals are you connecting to? What color is each screw terminal?
What voltage are you using? Only 120volt single-phase has 1 hot wire.
If you have split-phase 230V from UK or 240Volt in US, then both wires can be hot.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-switches.html
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If I am trying to find the 'hotwire' for lights how do I do that? Do I touch 1 wire and the junction box then the other and the junction box and whichever lights the instrument that is the hot wire?


Test for hot wire:
By code, hot wire should be black.

Take photo of wiring so everything can be put back.
Remove wires from device.
Separate wires for testing.
Use ordinary tester.
Test each wire to bare ground wire.
Tester lights up on hot wire.

Now test for neutral wire.
You know hot wire.
Test each hot wire to other wires (except bare ground)
Tester lights up on neutral.

If you do not have a tester, take ordinary wall lamp.
Plug on wall lamp has 2 prongs.
Prongs should have a hole.
Spread prongs apart.
Wrap bare copper wire into hole on prong1.
Turn on power.
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None of my lights work interior and out.the running brake lights and liscence platelights arent workin.everythime i put a new fuse inside the interior fuse box the fuse pops or seems to short...


I just fixed this problem on my brother-in-laws lumina. Yours could be experiencing the same. Pull all of the marker lights out of the sockets and leave them hang out. While doing this, check the wires for scuffs or bareness. Then add another fuse. Try the dashlights again, if it stays on... then you have a need for new peanut bulbs for the marker lights. If the fuse blows again, then try pulling the lights on the dashboard (by removing the dashconsole parts, etc. Its a process of elimination. If the marker lights are the culprit, clean the sockets out with a brush before you install new lights.

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Generally your hook up is like this.
G - Ground - Green or bare wire
B - Hot - Black wire
W - Neutral - White wire
R - Switched - Hot when on
On your three wire
G - Ground - Green or bare wire
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Hi, I can try and explain this to you without any info? It is fairly easy to do. If you have a box that has a total of 2 fuses side by side then you have a 220 volt service box.If you do have a meter, you can check across the 2 fused wires, switch on, to see if it is 220volts or more.What you need to do is to replace the fuse type box, lets say the box is a 30amp, or 60 amp box, with a box set up with 1- double pole breaker of the same amperage. Take the box to Home Depot and they will show you what box you need.You can do this very easy, step by step. A 2-pole breaker box will have a double breaker inside of it. It will have a silver lug to terminate the neutral wire. The 2 hot wires, take one at a time and one will go into the screw on one side top of the breaker and the other into the other side. This is called the line side, power in.Now, the wires from the furnace will terminate the exact way, one hot to the bottom of breaker and the other Hot to the other side of the breaker, which is the load side, or furnace side. The neutral to the silver lug, and if you have a bare copper wire, it will go to the box if no lug or terminal strip for ground, you can screw it right to the box.It sounds difficult but is very easy. I know you can do this. Be sure you change the fused box with a breaker box, very inexpensive. Just picture the 2 fuses side by side, and the 2 hots will be the 2 that terminate at where the 2 fuses terminated, line side, load side to furnace. You only have maybe 4 wires, 2 insulated hot wires, 1 insulated neutral, and may have a bare ground. That's it for a 220v, 240, v, 208/277volt.Hang in there you can do this. Feel free to send me a link to see this, if they allow it, I am not sure of this. Let me know please and I can have you up and running in no time, Sincerely,
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Trying to wire a 3 wire dryer from panel box to dryer plug


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