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I need to know how wires on the power cord connect

I need know does the red wire go with black wire or black wire go withgreen or white

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Red on the left.

White in the middle.

Black on the right.

Green on the case/chassis ground or green screw with the small dashes on it.


If you don't have a white wire but the the green in the middle position.

White/red = far left
Green = middle
Black = right

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