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How to hard wire 240 volt wall heater

Need to which wires go where ran a new line 4 wires 1 copper 1 red 1white 1 black where do they go help please ?

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Black is 120v hot
Red is 120v hot
Black and Red go to opposite legs to get 240v between them.
White is 0v neutral
copper is Ground

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