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I have a new H400FDN Hayward pool heater and do not know where to connect the incoming power - 2 black and 1 green. The service manual does not show where to connect. Please help.

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Try this link: https://www.hayward-pool.com/pdf/manuals/asme-heater-service-and-install-manual.pdf

The info you need starts on page 22 and picks up again on page 27. Good luck. Make sure you test and confirm your incoming voltage!

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