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O.k. white 120v and black 120v

When i test both of them togather they are still 120.

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White is common/ground
if you are trying to get 220/230 you need two blacks or one black one red

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

  • mark Gianotto Jul 23, 2009

    perhaps if you had explained yourself more you would have had a few hits as too how to fix your problem

    I give you a basic look into what colors satisfy what polarity since you apparently do not have a clue thinking that white actually travels power

    so I get rated a one Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm what an *** you are

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