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1999 Suzuki GN125 wiring diagram

Connect a new generator /new regulator. no connector blocks or terminals fitted. three yellow wires from the gen. one blue and one green. The reg has three black, one red and one black/white. Suzuki GN125 1999.

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black is ground red is power with key on yellow is power all the time blue white is amp remote wire you dont use this if you dont have amp.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Maytag dryer MDE4000AYW change 3 prong to a 4 prong

HI thanks for your question. the red to red black to black white to white green goes to the fram of the dryer. thanks hope i was helpful. please rate my answer.

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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SOURCE: three wire system, going to a five terminal

The Rc and Rh should have a jumper wire between them let it in. and hook the red wire to one of them it does not matter which one as they are jumpered. The white wire goes on the "w" terminal and the Blue wire will go on the "G" green terminal to run your fan.
This should get you up and running again!

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Replacing an old electric range that was hard

White to bare wire, the bare wire runs to the common or ground in your breaker box.
Your black to black should go to a breaker in your panel.
The red to red goes to same breaker but to the opposite screw. 1 leg is from 1 side of buss bar and 1 from the other each 1 carries 120volts giving you 240 at the stove.
This can go as low as 220 and you will be okay.
ANYTIME WHEN WORKING WITH ELECTRIC TURN BREAKER OFF!!! TEST TO SEE NO POWER IS AT YOUR WORK!! LOCK THE BOX SO IT CAN NOT BE TURNED BACK ON!!
THANK YOU

Posted on May 19, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: How to connect a four wire pigtail

The white wire goes to the middle terminal post on the dryer.
The red and black wires go to the outside terminal posts.Doesn't matter which.
The green ground wire needs to be attached to the outside metal case...anywhere. The easiest way is to put the eyelet on the screw that attaches the terminal cover plate when you put it back on. Sandwich it between the screw head, the plate and the case.
Hope that helps. Let me know if you need more info
Best, G

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

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