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I have a wells drop in fryer ..power terminal has L1 L2 ...line coming in is 8wg 40a breaker black white n ground ...which goes where ? Thought I knew jus Looking for sure ..

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Wells Fryer manuals can be downloaded free at www.wells-bloomfield.com

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Hello. Here is the link to your units manual, page 3, 7, and 13 tell most of the specs, page 13 has a part number, and specifications for the proper cord.

http://www.wells-mfg.com/~WELLS/WELLS%20LIBRARY/Wells%20OpM/301(b)%20307588%20OpM%20CT%20Std%20Fryer.pdf

Lowes probably does not have that high an amperage plug first of all, find an electrical supply house, or have an electrician get it and install it for you. You may actually have a 3 phase unit, but it does not specify that unit as being set for 3 phase, older units from a certain restaurant were though. If you want to find the terminal block, remove the pot, and then remove the inside rear cover, once removed you should find the terminal block inside, your wiring for the cord should go here ( a wiring diagram ).

http://www.wells-mfg.com/~WELLS/WELLS%20LIBRARY/Wells%20Wir%20Diag/307309.pdf

Hope this helped, and thank you.
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