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I want to know how to wire my pullout switch #dpu222r to my main electical panel, do you have a wiring diagram? It is a cutler- hammer # dpu222r

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SHOULD HAVE 4 LUGS  2 LABELED  LINE   AND 2 LABELED  LOAD. THE 2 LINE IS 230 FROM BREAKER   THE 2 LOAD IS 230 TO CONDENSER. SHOULD HAVE 2 GREEN GROUND WIRES THAT MOUNT TO HOUSING.

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