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How do you attach black/white connectors?

The electrical connections behind the on/off switch are not connected. We need directions as to which prongs to attach the white and black connectors to.

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Sounds like either the positive or negative or a ground. To determine either a positive or negative you can use a multimeter, to check continuity with the press unplugged. You could also see if there are wires connecting to the connections that are on the press and match the color up to your loose wires. If you connect them wrong and they are a positive or negative wire, the worse it would probably do is run the press in the wrong direction. Then you would just switch them out. A normal drill bit will run in a clock wise motion to bore.

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Get yourself a 4-prong cord and note that it has red, black, white, and green/yellow wires but sometimes, like the 3-pronged one, the red and black wires are both replaced by same color wire, usually gray and can also switch places. All you have to do now is connect the 3 wires in the same manner they are connected as 3-prong cord to the terminal block. The ground strap wire now just need to be connected to the remaining 4th wire, the green/yellow wire instead of the center terminal together with the white (neutral) wire. Reinstall the terminal block cover and it's done.

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