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I replaced heater and thermostat and I'm trying to assemble....

But I don't remember one end of green wire goes
one end(circle shape) goes to the back wall
but the other end (square shape? flag shape?) goes where?
Please help me

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There should be an open plug in for it where you removed the old one from. The flag you referred to on the end is a male spade connector. You should find it is a female end on a white wire.

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