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The red and black wires of the cord go to the outside two terminals. The white on the cord goes in the middle. The green goes to the frame. Red and Black on the cord are L1 and L2, White is Nuetral, and green is ground
The black,red & blue wires are your hot (120 volt) wires. Two of them get conn. to the two brass colored screws. The white is the neutral wire which conn. to the siver screw. The green wire is the ground wire conn. to the green screw which is the grounding screw.
there should be a diagram within the control panel, if but by looking at your post, you should NOT put the black and whites to one nad a vlac and white top another, they shouldbe on same terminal(s), whites are used for neutral, and blacks for line voltage.
on plug white is neutral, black is power , red is power, green is ground. black/yellow and blue are power and white is always neutral ie. (white to white) black to black/yellow, blue to red. green to grounding screw on machine