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Hi, this C stands for your common wire or terminal. On a transformer, you will have a primary side which is high voltage in and a secondary side which is lower voltage out. On this in order to complete a circuit, you have 2-wires on the secondary side, one is the hot wire and the other is the C or common wire. With out it you would only have 1/2 of the circuit and nothing would work. On some thermostats, they will have a C connection, but may not need to use it as most new thermostats use batteries, so its not used a lot. On the transformer, it must be used to complete a circuit. I hope I have answered your question for you and explained a little in detail. Please rate me on this and be kind as I am sure you will. If you need my help on your heater or a/c, please contact me by my user name below.
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Trailer Wiring Standards (Color Codes/Plug Marks)


Hello all,

For those of you that have or occasionally borrow trailers and look at the wiring plugs with disdain (I mean face it they don't make sense, grd is white, +12vdc is black, etc), this is for you.

Plug Types/Application
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Columns are Color, Function, Mark on the plug.

Seven wire Trailer plugs
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Recreational Vehicle: (color, use, plug mark)
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Others 14 ga

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