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HAIER RANGE HOOD MODEL HH1030 ONE WHITE WIRE NAKED AT END, ONE BLUE WIRE NAKED AT END AND ONE BROWN WIRE NAKE AT END, WHICH IS THE GROUND WIRE.I HAVE ONE WHITE/ONE BLACK WIRE AND ONE GROUND WIRE COMING FROM THE WALL FROM ORIGINAL INSTALLATION. DO THE BLUE WIRE AND BLACK CONNECT TOGETHER, I KNOW THE 2 WHITE WIRES CONNECTO TOGETHER AND THE 2 GROUND WIRES TOGETHER MOUNTED TO THE GROUND SCREW.

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  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    IS THIS THE CORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE RANGE HOOD FOR HAIER. MOST WIRING IS ONE BLACK, ONE WHITE, ONE GROUND WIRE. THE BLUE WIRE COMING FROM RANGE HOOD MUST THE HOT WIRE WHICH CONNECTED TO THE BLACK WIRING COMING FROM THE WALL.

  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    WIRING INSTALLATION, ON HAIER HH1030 RANGEHOOD, THE ONE BLUE WIRE AND ONE WHITE WIRE THAT IS NAKED AT END COMING FROM UNIT, IS THE BLUE WIRE CONNECTED TO THE BLACK WIRE COMING FROM THE WALL AND THE WHITE WIRE CONNECTED TO THE WHITED WIRE COMING FROM THE WALL.

  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    WIRING INSTALLATION HAIER RANGE HOOD HH1030 ONE BLUE WIRE AND ONE WHITE WIRE AND ONE BROWN WIRE NAKE AT END, COMING FROM UNIT. DO THE BLUE WIRE CONNECT TO THE BLACK WIRE COMING FROM THE WALL AND THE WHITE WIRE CONNECT TO THE WHITE WIRE COMING FROM THE WALL AND BROWN WIRE IS THE GROUND CONNECT TO GROUND THEN MOUNTED ON THE SCREW IN UNIT. INSTALLATION IN MANUEL IS CONFUSING.

  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    INSTALLATION IN MANUEL IS CONFUSING.

  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    MANUEL IS CONFUSING , IT TALK ABOUT TWO BLACK WIRES BEING CONNECTED, TWO WHITE WIRES , IT DON'T TALK ABOUT A BLUE WIRE. CONFUSING PLEASE HELP

  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    HAIER RANGEHOOD INSTALLATION, MANUEL IS CONFUSING. ONE BLUE WIRE ONE WHITE WIRE ONE BROWN WIRE ALL NAKED AT END COMING FROM UNIT. IS THE BLUE WIRE THE HOT WIRE CONNECTED TO THE BLACK WIRE FROM WALL, WHITE TO WHITE ,BROWN WIRE TO GROUND FROM WALL AND MOUNTED ON UNITE TO SCREW. PLEASE HELP

  • decarlo221 Jan 07, 2009

    NO IT DON'T HELP

  • decarlo221 Jan 08, 2009

    THE BOOK DID NOT HELP FROM HAIER. PLEASE REPLY

  • decarlo221 Jan 08, 2009

    the blue wire coming from the unit connects to the black wire coming from the wall, and white wire coming from the unit connects to the white wire coming from the wall. the brown ground wire coming from the unit connects from the ground wire coming from the wall. is this the correct connects. so, the blue wire coming from the unit Haier rangehood HH1030 is the hot wire, which connects to the hot wire black coming from the wall.

  • decarlo221 Jan 11, 2009

    haier rangehood hhx1030 model,after wiring installation, the fan do not the work. i have the white wire to white, the blue wire coming from the unit to the black wire from wall,the night lite works, the ground wire to the screw,there is a brown wire coming from the unit. what do this connect to? or is this a ground wire? please respond.

  • decarlo221 Jan 11, 2009

    wiring installation with the haier rangehood hhx1030.

  • decarlo221 Jan 11, 2009

    haier hhx1030 rangehood wiring installation, have the white to white, blue to black, brown to the ground screw with the ground wire coming from wall. the night lite works, but the fan want come on. the wiring must not be correctly install. please help.

  • decarlo221 Jan 11, 2009

    is the white the ground wire.

  • decarlo221 Jan 18, 2009

    haier rangehood hhx1030 need help with wiring installation. blue wire from unit to the black wire from wall, white to white plus the brown from unit is connected to the white. is this right? the book is confusing, but this what i figure out of the book.

  • decarlo221 Jan 18, 2009

    on the wiring connections, white to white plus the brown, blue to black, is this correct wiring. on haier range hood hhx 1030

  • decarlo221 Jan 18, 2009

    haier rangehood hhx 1030 wiring installation, blue to black, white to white plus the brown wire, is this correct? please advise

  • decarlo221 Jan 18, 2009

    blue to black, white to white plus the brown wire, correct the book is confusing

  • decarlo221 Jan 23, 2009

    good info

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Just click the site below: http://www.acmehowto.com/

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Blue to Black, White to white and the Brown wire is the ground. If you have a green or bare wire in the box conect to it. Or if the box is metel screw it to the box as the ground. That is the way to wire the hood.

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Blue is to white
brown is to black
Here is a link to the installation manual
page 9 shows the wiring diagram.
http://www.haieramerica.com/en/asset/archived/HHX1030.pdf

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    Randy Hough Jan 18, 2009

    Hope this helps

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    Randy Hough Jan 22, 2009

    Twist the blue and white from the unit,to the white from power wire.(2 white + 1 Blue)

    twist together the brown from the unit and black from the power wire.(1 brown+ 1 black



    Uninsulated wire(center bare copper wire) goes under the ground screw by it's self.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, you would need a continuity tester (DVM or VOM). Check as follows:

  • unplug/disconnect the range hood from the outlet/power source;
  • set DVM/VOM to ohms (X1);
  • one prod to the body of the range hood (exposed metal), the other to white, then blue, then brown. Whichever wire shows 0 or nearly 0 ohms, that would be the body ground (for the moment I would suspect blue although standard would be green or green/yellow);
  • that would leave you 2 wires (presuming blue is ground, then that would be white and brown);
  • measure the resistance of the left two wires (white and brown);
  • turn on the switches;
  • there should be continuity when the LIGHT switch is turned on, the measured resistance would go down a little when the fan switch is set to LOW and would go down further if fan is set to HIGH;
  • set the DVM/VOM to ACV;
  • measure the voltage on the outlet between the black and white wires;
  • it should read as 120VAC;
  • if not try combination of colors and ground till you get the 120VAC;
  • if black & white measures 120VAC, then connect brown of range hood to black of outlet;
  • connect white of range hood to white of outlet;
  • if some other combination measures 120VAC, connect the brown & white of the range hood to which ever wire measures 120.
Check and perform preliminary visual or necessary inspection. Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Make the electrical connections by fastening the brown power wire to the opposing black power wire and the hood’s blue power wire to the other white wire.

There is the manual and installation guide for that product on-line

http://www.haieramerica.com/en/

Click on customer support,,,
you'll Manual & warrenty Info section, in the box type "hhx1030" hit "GO",,, you have to hit "GO" don't pick any of the model numbers from the drop box. Hitting "GO" will show all the info they have for that model number type. The first one is the manual your looking for.

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Welcome-

here is how you need to wire the hood in:

  • white to white
  • brown to black
  • blue is ground
if you look in your instruction manual on page 8 it shows a diagram on how to wire the hood. i know that it is confusing and that is why i am helping you. it shows on the right side brown wire point right with writing below it that means that it is your hot wire. which means brown goes to the black wire. and the white is your nuetral wire meaning white to white. which leaves your blue wire, well there is only one option left for it and that is the ground.

if there anything else i can do for you let me know.

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Make the electrical connections by fastening the brown power wire to the opposing black power wire and the hood’s blue power wire to the other white wire. 

Let me know if this helps  lone99star

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    White is ground, blue is light power, brown is fan power.

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A lot of the calls in this post are suspect. You may be in America, and standards vary around the world. In Au, brown is phase, Blue is neutral. Always think the warmer colour(hot) is phase. Black is never ground, nor phase in a single phase system, earth is always green or green with yellow trace. If in doubt, you should be advised to have an electrician make the connections to save electrocuting someone.

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You need the complete diagram wiring of it, go to my sites,, http://books.google.com.ph/books?id=wuPdEjNZle8C&pg=PA65&lpg=PA65&dq=kitchen+RANGE+wiring+installation&source=web&ots=0_oIdtJsLS&sig=Dii09f4OzJf5czOOTlVSNTHl3Ws&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result#PPA79,M1

what u have there is probily #6 se cabel and ill bet its alumium wire being that its on a 40 amp breaker. u said u plained on installing a j box in attic and useing 8-3 with ground useing the bare to ground between the boxes. this will not ground the boxes since it does not go to the panel. now u also asked if this would meet the code. this all depends on what year code your area is useing. a 3 wire range will meet the 93 and 96 code but in 99 the code was chainged to require a 4 wire. in my area we r allowed to repair 3 wire range and dryer but any new construction we must install a 4 wire. u need to check with your local building inspection department to c what they require.
what we would do here is install the j box in attic install a new piece of se cabel and wire it back in.

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    it is verry possabel for a new range to be a 3 prong plug. since u know the range is 3 prong id wire it accordinly. if your old wire is in good condition you shuld be fine useing it. if u determin its in good condition and r going to use it install your j box and add a piece of 8-2 with ground hook the black and white to the covered wire and bare to bare. useing wirenuts it will eather take blue or gray nuts.


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    look it carefully



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Make the electrical connections by fastening the brown power wire to the opposing black. power wire and the hood’s blue power wire to the other white

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    1) There are three different color wire strands to be connected. Strip solid wire 5/16” and strip

    stranded wire 3/8”.

    2) Connect the power line ground wire to the grounding green lead supplied with the hood.

    Ground wire will always be green.

    3) Make the electrical connections by fastening the brown power wire to the opposing black

    power wire and the hood’s blue power wire to the other white wire.

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Black wire is the ground wire

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Yes the blue and black connect together one goes to light and one goes to fan good job you had it figured out please give a good rating for me

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Trace out the brown wire, where does it ultimatly go to?

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    If the brown wire is "naked" as in no rubber insualtion, it is the ground. In that case, go white to white, black to blue, and ground/green to brown/naked.

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Here's a link to the manual, you'll find the wiring diagram on page 8
Model HHX1030
http://www.haieramerica.com/en/asset/archived/HHX1030.pdf

Let me know if this helps

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    Connect the brown wire from your hood to the black of your house

    Connect the Blue wire from your hood to the white of your house

    MOST IMPORTANTLY check to make sure the white wire from your hood is in fact a ground wire which would then be connected to the house ground

    (It should be connected to the metal structure or housing of your hood.



    Let me know if this helps

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    mwit465 Jan 08, 2009

    Read my last post but as long as you connect the ground to the ground, the other two wires won't matter. From what you said earlier you said you had a white wire coming from the hood. According to the wiring diagram this is NOT a power wire so must be a ground. It should be connected to the ground wire of your house.

    Let me know if this helps.

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    One last thing.

    Black is not necessarily ground. For most residential construction this is the "hot" or power.

    White is the nuetral (this is the return path for the "hot" or power) and the bare wire is ground

    The two "hot" wires coming from your hood are blue and brown because they are for light and fan (both power) Hence would be connected to you houses black and white.

    REMEMBER: follow the white wire from the hood to see if it grounds to the housing or motor.

    If it does, this is your hood ground.

    According to the wiring diagram the blue should go to the light, and the brown to the switch.

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Http://www.haieramerica.com/en/asset/archived/HHX1030.pdf
The PDF File On Your Range With Wiring Diagram.

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There is the manual and installation guide for that product on-line

http://www.haieramerica.com/en/

Click on customer support,,,
you'll Manual & warrenty Info section, in the box type "hhx1030" hit "GO",,, you have to hit "GO" don't pick any of the model numbers from the drop box. Hitting "GO" will show all the info they have for that model number type. The first one is the manual your looking for.
Good Luck

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HEY THE BEST LINK :)



ALSO KEEP UR SPEAKERS ON TO LISTEN TO TE PROCEDURE AS WELL :)



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You connect the blue and black wires and all will be well

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