Question about Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount Industrial Heater - 7500 Watt
The diagram in the manual shows 3 wires black white and ground, the wire I used has 4 (black red white and ground) what do I do with the extra wire?
If you use the white wire as a hot wire, you must identify the wire as being a hot wire at the breaker panel and the unit. The white
wire must be marked about 6 inches back from the terminal
connections with black paint or wrapped with black insulation tape.
It would be easier to use the red wire, since most electricians would identify it as being a hot wire
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
As long as the red wire isn't wired to anything just use the white black and ground. Cut the red wire at both ends short or tape each end of the red and leave in the box.
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