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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The sell sheet for this product shows this is a NEMA-14 Twist lock plug rated for 120V - 240V wiring.
To wire the plug:
G is for ground W is for Neutral
The hot wires connect to X and Y
This is simple for 240V ... your red and black wires connect to X and Y, the ground to G, and the white neutral to W
For 120V circuit, the G ground and W white neutral remain the same. I think the black hot wire is X.
A simple tester in the receptacle can confirm this before plugging in the twist-lock
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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