Question about Heating & Cooling
I disconnected several wires and need the exact location where they go
I tried to search for it and was not successful but if the plugs into a 120 outlet--it's not too complicated green is always ground---white is always neutral---black(red-blue-yellow-any color other then white or green) is power(hot) via NEC---the power is always switched first (on/off) --then through (in) thermostat (control) then (out) to elements (in) and /or fan and/or light---then (in) each of the components then (out) connected to a neutral (white) this completes the circuit----IF YOU ARE FUZZY OR NOT SURE OF ANY OF THIS---- DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THIS --- GET AN ELECTRICIAN---YOU CAN CAUSE A FIRE AND/OR ELECTRICUTE SOMEBODY OR YOURSELF
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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