Question about Heating & Cooling
Firstly the wires meant for low voltage side should be considerably thinner in comparison to the high voltage one and much stiffer too. If you can still power up, then those carrying higher voltage would make the tester glow by just holding the tester close but not touching the tester starts glowing. Generally the ground wiring is black and one which is known as the live is blue. Before cutting them I would suggest that you let the power in, but do not operate any controls. The tester that I mentioned before, the tester will help you differentiate the high & low voltage lines. Then when working ensure that the plug has been removed from the socket...........sodeep
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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