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How to connect power to champion uh-200b single phas

I have hookedup 220v ( l1 and l2 and nutural) but not working and look like no power in when pushing start

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I don't see the date when you posted this problem but it is still on unsolved suport section. So I try to let you know that all Champion dishwashers need the first inital start up . That is make sure water is in the booster , Locate the Installation and service toggle switch on the extreme left side of the control box.Prime the booster .
Let me know if you still want more information about this unit. God Bless,

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