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With no colour coded insulation, knowing which wire is hot

I have to replace a 3-pronged plug on a heater. I stripped the 3 wires in the cord. Both the 2 outer wires have no colour-coded insulation to tell me which is hot or neutral. One does have printing on it. Would that be the hot wire?
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Take your old cord out. If you notice there is one side that is a little bigger than the other. Take a meter and measure the continuity from the larger side to the wire end and thats how you can tell which is which. Do the same on your new cord and that will tell you which one to put where. Like this..... ------>l l<----
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