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I painted for many years. And now work with photoshop each day. The selected grey was probably in the blue family instead of yellow family. Most interior colors look better if they come from the warm yellow family, including greys. There are greys for every color in the spectrum ... from yellow to red to blue. If you pick a grey with bit of red, it will start to look mauve. Orange and it will look brown. Blues inside the grey will turn purple real quick. Moreover, all colors and finishes are contextual and pick up surrounding colors. Especially satin-or-shiny finishes, because they pick up local colors that change intended hue. For example blue drapes will turn white room bluish. If the house next door is red, and the light comes in window, it will turn white room into pink. Green leaves, and the light from window turn white room green. So when you pick a grey that has bit of blue, the color can change for many reasons beside light bulb. Each room is totally different. Most folks pick colors by looking at color chip in the store, instead of painting a section of wall inside home. And most folks do not ask the paint store clerk which tints are in that particular color. Sometimes the black tint will turn some bases into a bluish hue. Go back to paint store and get another grey color from the yellow spectrum.
I bought one of these yeaterday. The instructions - for what they are worth are sewn inside the carry bag. So I decided to put it up today. Not as easy as i would have thought, but then this is my first tent of this size. ( saw a nice Outwell Montana 4 in Millets for 225.00 which would have been my tent of choice). But at half price in Argos I couldn't argue that one.
So to put it up..... lay out the fly sheet in the approximate final position. put poles in as per instructions ..blue to back red to middle and blue to front.. across the tent. ( the pole guides are all colour coded.) Make sure poles are in pins at the base of fly sheet (bending gently to attach). these are attached by the black elastic straps.put in porch pole, put in front to back poles left and right.
Anchor back of tent temporarily with pegs. Lift from porch forward to lift tent. Temporarily peg base of poles, straighten out so that the straps inside tent are approximately perpendicular to each other. Move poles to tension flysheet and tighten anchor points on flysheet using straps buckles to pull flysheet down as far as possible ( to help prevent draughts)., anchor guy lines when happy with final position.
Put up inside ground sheet and attach to points on inside of flysheet. put up rooms starting with the rear yellow hook and work around to front red hook.
These instructions were not specifically provided but this was our first try and probably could be improved on. It requires 2 people for speed if nothing else.
This works for any mic. dont worry about color codes. look at the switches.. there will be a common on both poles of the d104.. those need to be tied together to grnd. pin 1 on mic . the others d104 on n/c side is your rx. pin 4... the n/o one will be your tx pin 3 the other n/o will be audio and will have a wire from the mic element also on that pole of the switch. pin 2..
I borrowed one of these and got most of the job done.
Here's what I ended up doing:
At a site with good drainage, a little uphill, stake down the floor of the tent Longest two poles go through the twin sleeves in the center/top. They are color coded red and yellow These two poles are anchored at the base by the center color coded ring_peg The tube ends of the fiberglass poles. Fit over these pegs.
The slightly shprter fiberglass poles go trhough the two blue sleeves. These poles get anchored on one end by a yellow ring peg and on the other by a red ring peg. They hold the vented windows up.
The arch shaped pole is threaded through a black sleeve atop the entrance to the. Tent. The arch is anchored on either side by a red ring peg on one end and a yellow peg on the other.
Stake the lines from the screen windows outwards from the tent
Spread the tarp over the top and stake the corners to shelter the screened top from rain
Here are the colors for the radio harness on your '91 Escort.
1991 Ford Escort Radio Color Codes
Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Blue/Red Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Blue/Black Ground Wire: Black Illumination Wire: Red/Black Left Front Speaker (+): Violet Left Front Speaker (-): Blue/Orange Right Front Speaker(+): Blue/White Right Front Speaker(-): White Left Rear Speaker (+): White/Blue Left Rear Speaker (-): Red/Blue Right Rear Speaker (+): White/Green Right Rear Speaker (-): Blue
you get 120V from any phase (black OR red) to neutral
you get 240V from phase to phase (between black and red) and in this scenario you don't need the white wire.
So for you, connect the black to 1 pole of the breaker and the red to the other pole, connect the green wire to the ground strip and you are done.
A white wire is NEVER connected to a circuit breaker anyway, it is a grounded wire, it would be like connecting a green wire to a black wire, bad idea.
the National electrical code specifies red and black wire color for 240VAC circuits.
As Ask Hank mentionned, nothing wrong with 10/3 wire.
in the 1st end of your cat5 cable the color codes are: white orange, orange,white green,blue,white blue,green,white brown,brown and in other end codes are: white green, green, white orange, blue, white blue,orange,white brown,brown....gud luck