Question about Goulds Pumps Plumbing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I am not completely Sure what you mean, but will explain the connections. First, from your breaker box if you are trying to wire a 3-pole cord and plug to the breaker, you will be dealing with 3 wires, more then likely, Red -Hot, black-Hot, and white Neutral. If you have a 30amp 2-pole breaker, make sure it is off and red goes to one leg of the breaker, black to the other, and white to the ground or neutral buss bar. Each leg is 120 volts,=240. I am trying to cover all of the bases here for you. The plug it self has 2 brass colored connections for the 2 hot and 1- silver for the white. Maybe a ground, but doubtful. I hope this has given you some direction to go by. If you need more help or not sure, please leave a message for me so we can get this right for you. Let me know one way or another. Good Luck,
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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