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Red lite on the straight blade indicator plug (PS5266XGCMCCV4) This is a line that runs under ground to an outdoor chicken coop. I'm sure the wiring is correct, if black plasticed wire to brass screw and white plasticed wire to the silver screw is correct., The ground wire was not individually coated at all, so I hooked to green. assi . Now what? If reversed polarity is indicated, does that mean switching white and dark is indicated? Thanks. Will ythd

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You have the connections correctly done. I hope that you ran the wires through plastic conduit for the under-ground run. What is connected at each end? Is the circuit causing the source breaker/fuse to trip? Are you making direct connection to your house service panel or just plugging the extended wiring into a socket in the house? The hot black wire should go to the breaker/fuse, the white wire should go to the neutral bar, and the ground wire should go to the ground bar. Hope this makes sense and helps!

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