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What make vehicle an year an model . You need to look at power distribution diagram an see where those fuse's get B+ voltage from . Code reader saying not connected would suggest the PCM/ECM has no power either . Go to http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagrams . Enter vehicle info . year ,make , model engine size . Then under system click on electrical distribution , subsystem click on power distribution . Then you can trace were power to those fuse's comes from . Do you know how to read a wiring diagram ? go on you tube an check out videos on how to read wiring diagrams .

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How do I connect star connections?


From what you have said, I am guessing you have discovered the ground point. That "floating neutral point" is the ground and should be connected. If the cable isn't connected, it isn't as safe. In general it is precaution.

Elisa Jed ' http://www.abaileyplumbing.com

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Coleman Furnace DGAA077BDTB fuse blows when hot is connected


This can be caused be either a short in the wiring, loose connection on the board,or a low voltage connection not secure on the board. Check all connections to make sure they are tight and secure. Let me know what you find.

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Wire Honeywell HE220 to N8MPN/L, *8MPN/L furnace control board


HI

I have similar isssue with HE220 but in my case the water run through all ththe time, even when unplugged from the power outlet.
Would that be solenoid issue?
the unit run fine for last season so the wiring is fine.

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Hi - there are two types of suppressors these days - 2 & traditional 3 tails - 3 tails used to be connected across the phase-neutral-earth - these days the 2 tails are connected across the phase-neutral conductors - its purpose to eliminate the cracklings to tv/radio waves..

I tried to locate the parts you refer to on the website .. will look some more

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Where do you remove the Ground Neutral bond on a EU6500is generator? I need to do this to hook it up to a transfer switch as per Service Bulletin #20.


Page 39 of the current owners manual for the both EU6500 and the EM5000 generators indicate that there is not a neutral ground bond on these units.

Per the wiring diagram, the ground pin on the outlets is connected to the frame ground of the generators (on both generators). To have grounded electrical service, a bond wire would connect the generator frame to the ground terminal on the transfer switch. The ground system from the breaker / distribution box (usually to a ground rod) then serves as the electrical ground for the generator, as well as the balance of the rest of the system, satisfying NEC requirements.

See Page 39 in both manuals:
EU6500 EM5000

"The system ground is not connected to the AC neutral
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I want to add a bedroom ceiling light to the one aready installed


Probably, meaning ya have Phase Neutral & Earth.. and they are generally wired up to a switch, (one set of wires) and then sorta the In set from the distribution board and the Out set...that goes on to "Other" circuits. The switch nust be wired to "Break" the circuit from distribution board, when activated. Draw a diagram to help.

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The wiring diagram for that timer is somewhat misleading. The 120 volt clock timer motor is connected internally to the "A" (neutral) terminal and the #3 terminal. The "A" (neutral) terminal is to the immediate left of the #1 terminal.
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Connect the incoming power (line) black wire to terminal # 3. Connect the incoming (neutral) white wire to terminal "A".
Connect the outgoing (load) black wire to terminal # 4.
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If this is for the standard USA electrical distribution, the power cord connections to the terminal in the back of the dryer are as follows:

3-PRONG:

RED (HOT) - to the RED wire at the terminal
BLACK (HOT) - to the BLACK wire at the terminal
WHITE (NEUTRAL) - to the WHITE wire at the terminal (this is the center lug on the terminal).

NOTE: Some dryer cords may not be color coded. Just ensure the the center wire goes to the center terminal (neutral) of the terminal board. The other two wires are HOT and it does not matter how they connect as long as they go to the two outer lugs on either side of the Neutral.

4-PRONG:

RED (HOT) - to the RED wire at the terminal
BLACK (HOT) - to the BLACK wire at the terminal
WHITE (NEUTRAL) - to the WHITE wire at the terminal (this is the center lug on the terminal).
GREEN (GROUND) - to the equipment chassis. (this is usually a separate lug that grounds this wire to the equipment cabinet or frame.)

I hope this helps you. Please post back if you have any further questions.

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