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On the wire going TO the plug, one side is black, and the other side is black with 1/2" white stripes.

Please tell me what side is the positive?

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  • Jane Doe Jan 04, 2009

    Because the end of the adapter should be positive and outside negative.

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I am afraid to ask why, but it really doesn't matter. It uses alternating current, so both wires are positive and negative throughout the cycle.

OK, I'll ask. What are you doing that would make you concerned about which is which?

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

  • jtb74129 Jan 05, 2009

    in most applications the wire with the stripe is designated positive.

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