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Wiring My wiring keeps burning of the terminal ends that connect to the heating element, so I bought new wires and high temp connectors buy need to know where to connect the "X" and "Y" up...I found and hooked the ground up. Any help would be great. Kevin

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    Problem Solved, thank you for your help Cerfer39...yes, I put high temp wiring in it also.

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Hi kevin,

 

With the ground already hooked up, it does not matter which terminal you hook the X or Y too on the heater. The heater is AC and a resistive load.  This means it doesnot have polarity, and will work both ways.   You done good getting high temp connectors, do you have high temp wire?

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