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I need help on which wires connect to which wires on my sewage pump in order to get power to it? hydromatic sewage pump sp50 I have three wire coming off my hydromatic sewage pump two black and one green. And then I have the plug coming off the power supply. I unplugged the three wires from the plug and now I dont know in which order they get plugged back onto the plug. the plug has three prongs one for each of the wires coming off the sewage pump to be plugged into. Also you cant see the colors of the wires that are on the plug.

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Its 110 v the two blacks are power and green is ground. the two blacks are reversible doesnt matter one goes to white nuetral and other to black hot. ground is ground to metal.

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