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Hoover 210 washer. which is the incoming neutral terminal?

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  • lescrock Sep 14, 2010

    Which terminal on the timer module does the active or brown wire connect to?

  • lescrock Sep 14, 2010

    Yes, which terminal do I connect the brown wire of the power supply to.
    Could you attach a diagram?

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Nuetral is white wire

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Did you mean the neutral of the power supply. If so there are three wires inthe core, the blue brown and the green. The brown is the main lead, blue is the neutral and green is the ground which goes to the body.

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The Neutral terminal should be the WHITE wire, USA, AC wiring is BLACK, is PHASE, WHITE is NEUTRAL. EARTH IS GREEN.
EUROPEAN AC wiring, PHASE IS BROWN, NEUTRAL IS BLACK. EARTH is GREEN?YELLOW.
Other permutation, RED is PHASE, BLACK is NEUTRAL, EARTH is GREEN.


Below you can get a copy of your service manual, one should have this if one is attempting any work on a unit such as this.
http://service.hoover.co.uk/manuals/

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