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Seeking the CWL1420P wiring and assembly instruction sheet

Seeking the wiring and assembly instruction sheet for Cooper Wiring Device CWL1420P

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The sell sheet for this product shows this is a NEMA-14 Twist lock plug rated for 120V - 240V wiring.

To wire the plug:
G is for ground W is for Neutral
The hot wires connect to X and Y
This is simple for 240V ... your red and black wires connect to X and Y, the ground to G, and the white neutral to W

For 120V circuit, the G ground and W white neutral remain the same. I think the black hot wire is X.

A simple tester in the receptacle can confirm this before plugging in the twist-lock

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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Wiring instructions for Cooper TR7730 combination wiring device


Hi Dave,
Great description, but you never mentioned what you are
using the switch for. I can explain in detail, but I need to
know if the switch load is coming from the same cable or
an additional one.

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I have a cooper comb devces how do i wire i want switch to control the plug


The Cooper combo device requires neutral wire to energize the outlet.
To control outlet with switch, the Hot side of device must have break-away fin.
Remove break-away fin.
Connect jumper wire from switch load side to outlet Hot side.
Open following link for instructions with illustration:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Cooper-277-pilot-light-switch.html#combo

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Sep 20, 2011 | Cooper Wiring Devices 277W-BOX SINGLE POLE...

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I have a cooper 6107 motion sensing 3 way wall swithch and I am using it to replace a three way non motion sensing switch. I have it wired correctly, green to ground, black to common, and the red and brown...


Cooper 6107 instruction sheets:
http://www.cooperindustries.com/content/dam/public/wiringdevices/products/documents/instruction_sheets/469mt_pta_rev._a_.pdf
http://www.cooperindustries.com/content/dam/public/wiringdevices/products/documents/spec_sheets/std_sensswitch_spsht_4_10_anp.pdf

3-way installation shows two motion sensor switches.
Instructions do not show 1 motion sensor and 1 ordinary 3-way switch.

Also note the maximum load rating is 500Watt

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Sep 09, 2011 | Cooper Wiring Devices Motion Sensing...

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I just purchased a Cooper Wiring Device 277W-box w/pilot light. The current switch in my home is next to another light switch which operates my hallway light. The other switch (the one I want to install...


Open following link for wiring diagram with written instructions.
Some of your wiring does not sound up to code.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Cooper-277-pilot-light-switch.htm

1) Two differences between regular switch and cooper 277
-Different color screws: Regular switch has two brass screws, and either wire can connect to either screw. Cooper 277 has dark, brass, silver screws, and hot wire connects to dark screw, and wire to light connects to brass screw.
-Cooper needs neutral wire connected to silver screw, to power the indicator light.

2) Some of the wiring in your box does not sound up to code.
Bare ground wire should not be connected to black and white wires.
Electrician should check this out.
Probably the ground wire is being used as a Neutral. Bare ground wires and white neutral wires both connect to neutral busbar at main breaker box.

Aug 22, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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I am trying to wire this device as illustrated on the back of the blister pack card and my breaker keeps tripping. Help !!!!!


You are switching from live to ground. Try connecting between live and the unit you are switching.

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Need a diagram for cooper #277w


I made following diagram based on Cooper pilot light instruction sheet:
Neutral wires are usually the white wires that are twisted together in back of box and covered with wire nut.
If your box does not have neutrals, you can also connect bare ground wire to silver screw until you have time to run neutral wire to box >> ground to anything but ground screw is not code and not recommended.
http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html

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Feb 18, 2011 | Cooper Wiring Devices 277W-BOX SINGLE POLE...

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I need the wiring diagram for a Cooper 277W single pole switch with pilot light. The light is to be on when the switch is on. Thanks!


I have 120Volt cooper 277 pilot light switch here in my office.
Dang instruction sheet shows wiring for all kinds of cooper devices.
EXCEPT pilot light switch.

So I tested with multimeter and came up with following:
Key to any wiring device is color of screws.
Hot from breaker box always goes to dark-colored screws.
Neutral always goes to silver-colored screws.
Brass screws are for Hot wires from breaker or Hot going to Load
Green screw - ground
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Dec 03, 2010 | Cooper Wiring Devices 277W-BOX SINGLE POLE...

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I'm using a Cooper Master Dimmer with a Cooper toggle type 3 way switch circuit controlling one incandescent light fixture. My home is 30 years old and I've found many deviations from acceptable wiring...


The problem is most likely not the dimmer or the wiring, but rather the existing 3-way switch.

First of all, the Aspire smart dimmer does not work in conjunction with traditional, 3-way, on/off toggle switches. When the 3-way switch is in one-position, it lets the dimmer work, but in the other position, it cuts power to the entire lighting circuit - and the smart dimmer is NOT going to be able to override that. You instead need to get the corresponding remote dimmer (sometimes called a slave, or a companion dimmer), and use that to replace the standard 3-way switch.

That may also solve your "mystery turn-on" issue. Even though those dimmers can use the existing 3-way switch wiring, you have to REALLY pay attention to the instruction sheets to see how the master and the slave wire up to each individual electrical box. I vaguely remember that even if you were to use the product in a single-pole application, those two wires that, I assume, you attached to the traveller wires in the house needed to be shorted together in order to work - and since you have them running into a 3-way switch, the errors that you're seeing are bound to happen.

Long story short, get the slave dimmer, install it according to the instructions, and all these problems should go away.

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