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How to wire a fluorescent tube.

Ok here is a rough, VERY, of a Fluro circuit.
After wiring through and ON/OFF switch the Phase comes in from right, attaches to the "IN" of the "Ballast" the "OUT" side of the "Ballast" still Phase, goes to one side of the filament connection, at one end,on the Fluro Tube. Now from the other side of that filiment, is Neutral, Make a connection, on that other side of the same filament, & run a wire from there, to one side, terminal, of the "Starter" the other side, or terminal, of the starter goes to the other end and connects to one of the filament Connections, on the other end, Now, on the other side of that same filament, on the connection to that filament you run a wire to the NEUTRAL, the circuit is complete.

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what is the common terminal on a device


If you are speaking of a light switch or an outlet it is white or chrome and the hot is brass in color

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the acer 5536 wireless lan communication button indicator isn't on and the screen is black.


try external monitor to laptop with screen disconnected ,if it works laptop ok screen has problem ,common problem blown fluro light or power to screen and power to fluro ok fluro has problem,check power to screen fluro nil then screen power supply problem or led check wire loom from case to screen power supply.

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I have the c8866 cycle timer I want hook it up to a low presure pump switch. from the panel I have 10- 2 w/ ground this is 220. My question is. Is the ground my nuetral and if so is this also ground? the Presure switch has been wired this way for 15 years.


You have 220Volts (same as 240V), then that circuit does not need a neutral.
All household single phase voltage requires two wires to complete the circuit.
With 120V, you have 1 hot wire and 1 neutral wire.
With 240, you have 2 hot wires, and these hot wires are called 'out of phase' since each comes from separate side of breaker box.
Notice that your 220V 10-2 wire goes back to a double breaker. This double breaker snaps over two different busbars. The breaker pulls 2 out of phase 120Volt lines, and when testing voltage across those two out of phase 120V wires, you get 240V potential.
The ground wire is redundant safety in both 120 or 240 Volt circuits, and is not necessary for either 120 or 240 to operate.
http://waterheatertimer.org/240-v-water-heater-circuit.html#120-240

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I have a Cummins 1/2 hrs.bench grinder in pieces. 3 wires from the inside - Black, red, and blue. A capacitor with two male connectors on the end and a switch. How does it need to be wired?


The capacitor goes across the Line, terminals, of the Motor, The Black, should Be Neutral, the RED should be Power IN to the Switch, and the Blue, the "Other" side of the switch. The Capacitor, sometimes goes on the Spare (If any) Terminals of the "Cold" side of the Power Switch.
International color code is Red Positive or Phase, Blue, Phase or Positive, Black, usually Neutral, Negative .
The capacitor is a Suppression" capacitor,and is usually "Across the Motor terminals on "Cold" or "Switched" side of the circuit.
The circuit is simple, Neutral is "Common" the Power comes in to the Switch Contact, whereby the activation of said switch, joins the "Contacts" to the Phase. Positive, Wire to the "Motor". The "Other Terminal Wire from the Motor, goes to Common. The capacitor. Is installed in Parallel with the Phase and Neutral on the "Cold" or normally unpowered side of the circuit.

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WIREING IN NEW IEC CONTACTOR AND THERMAL OVERLOAD


I CAN PROBABLY DRAW YOU A DIAGRAM BUT SEE IF YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THIS FIRST. ASSUMING YOUR STARTER COIL REQUIRES THE SAME VOLTAGE OF YOUR COMPRESSOR. 230V MOTOR = 230V COIL ON STARTER. YOU HAVE 2 OR 3 HOT WIRES ATTACHING TO THE TOP OF THE STARTER ( 1 PHASE OR 3 PHASE). TAKE A JUMPER WIRE INSERTED UNDER THE SAME LUG AS 1 HOT LEG AND GO STAIGHT TO 1 SIDE OF THE COIL. THEN TAKE ANOTHER JUMPER WIRE FROM ANOTHER HOT LUG - PASS THRU THE TRIP PACK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STARTER ( IN AND OUT) THEN GO TO PRESSURE SWITCH. TAKE THE OTHER PRESSURE SWITCH WIRE TO THE LOW OIL SWITCH. TAKE THE OTHER LOW OIL WIRE TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STARTER COIL. THEREFORE YOU WILL HAVE ONE SIDE OF THE COIL HOT ALL THE TIME AND WAITING FOR THE OTHER SIDE TO GET HOT. AS LONG THE OTHER LONGER CIRCUIT IS A COMPLETE CIRCUIT IT WILL WORK - IN A SERIES THE TRIP PACK SAYS OK, THEN THE PRESSURE SWITCH SAYS OK, THEN THE LOW OIL SWITCH SAYS OK AND THEN VOLTAGE GOES TO COIL AND PULLS THE STARTER IN. IF THIS IS TOO CONFUSING SEND ME AN EMAIL AND HOPEFULLY A PIC OF YOUR NEW STARTER TO JBRIDGERS@CA-EQUIP.COM AND I'LL TRY TO HELP YOU FURTHER. HOPE THIS HELPS.

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