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How do I attach ground wire that is not connected when I bought this re-condidtioned blower

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Assuming its an electric blower----- plastic blowers normally do not require an earth wire, check your plug to see how many wires in it,if it has only 2 wires in it[live and neutral] then the blower has no earth wire.if you dont feel safe in using blower add a safety trip switch to the socket and then plug in to the safety switch.this protects you.. you can buy the t/s in any good electrical store.

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