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  • voxelman commented on jwbrooks0's instructable Wire Up a Fused AC Male Power Socket1 year ago
    Wire Up a Fused AC Male Power Socket

    I noticed that you made all of your connections with white wire. It is generally good practice to use the same color wire as the incoming leads for the extended connections. As you have shown for the US: Green for Ground, Black for Hot and White for Neutral. This minimizes confusion when making the final connections to the load.

    I noticed that you made all of your connections with white wire. It is generally good practice to use the same color wire as the incoming leads for the extended connections. As you have shown for the US: Green for Ground, Black for Hot and White for Neutral. This minimizes confusion when making the final connections to the load. Otherwise, Great Instructable!

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