On the 205064 hv splitter with the splitter mounted in the set,left to right, hv transformer,red tube,green tube,blue tube,plug on right side goes to screen asy,the black wires plug on the left side of splitter,which are grounds.
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all wiring connected inside by the wire reel, like where the power comes into that area so you can reverse the polarity. is the machine powering up? Lights on front, fan running etc? wire moving through liner? Check your ground clamp wire, make sure the liner is making contact inside the gun tip. Check plug wiring on both the welder and the socket, makes sure they are both wired correctly as well as tightened down securely/ I've seen plugs that were new from factory but had 1 wire not connected to a post, cut too short and just left it.
also check that the outlet is wired the same as the plug on the machine. they need to have the 2 hot wires correct you'll see red, black, white & green. red & black are hot and need to go to the red and black from the wall.
Can you perhaps copy the connections that are on the female jack on the generator? If not, there should be a diagram with picture on the container the plug came in. Or ... go to a Lowes, Home Depot etc and locate a sample of the plug you have and copy down the diagram. The red and black can be interchanged but the white and green MUST be correct!
I just looked, and there is not a wiring diagram available on the web for this unit.
I am concerned about the black with red stripe to red.
Check to see if there is a wiring diagram somewhere on the unit (there wasn't one in the installation instruction or manual for this unit.). I believe the red wire on the house side goes to the black/black wire on the cooktop side (so I believe you are correct on your concern.).
House side green should be to the coiled silver cooktop side silver wire.
If you are replacing the power supply and it has 4 pin 12v conector and your motherboard doesn't, just disregard the 4 pin plug. The 20 pin conector will supply sufficient power for the processor. Many of the older motherboards did not have a separate 12v supply for the processor.
If you see the flyback. That has a large red wire resembling a sparkplug wire. That wire goes into the splitter. There will be 3 more red wires coming from the splitter going to the CRTs. Just take the one wire that goes from the flyback and place that in the glass jar. Now some models have the splitter built into the flyback if thats your vase scenario you will need to replace the flyback. No way to test that properly unless you have a ringer to test it with. let me know how you make out.
ok first the large red is battery connection, black large is ground find good source to ground, the 0.75 is most likely the power on for the amp you should hook it up to the power antenna wire on the radio. this will turn on the amp when the radio is turned on. the grey green and black are prob speaker hook ups input. the four wires are speaker outs, the red wire might be power for cd changer test it to see if it puts out power when amp is on.
The LEd wires need a wire run from the speaker to the Fuse block in your car. The small Red wire from the LED will be the one that hooks to Swtiched 12 Volts supply on the fuse block so that your Led Turns on when you turn the keyswitch on. The Black wire goes to ground, or to a metal part of your cars body, probably the same point where your Amp is Grounded.
The Octane R10 is a Single Voice Coil or SVC.
AMP+ to Sub+
Amp- to Sub -
Use 12 guage wire.