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 Can You Hard Wire a Plug-In Appliance?

Answer To hardwire an appliance means to permanently integrate it into a building’s circuits by connecting it directly and permanently to a supply, as opposed to pressing a plug into an outlet, where th... Read More »
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How do you wire a 4 wire 110V appliance to a 3 wire wall plug?

Can you combine the black and red wire and connect it to the black wire from the house and have standard 110V service? Just take a little longer to cook?
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How does the ground or earth wire of an appliance protect a user if there is a fault with that particular appliance?

All the neutral and ground (or "earth") wires in a building are tied (or "connected") together at the incoming service main breaker panel - and that is the only place they should ever be tied toget... Read More »
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When installing a Y-shaped electric range plug and it has places for three wires and you have a black wire white wire and a bare copper wire so which wire goes where?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service.(LIFE SAFETY WARNING! [disclaimer] Electricity is dangerous! You can be injured or killed! Improper installations can ca... Read More »
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How do you fix a broken plug from an appliance?

Well 90 percent of all electrical things are clor coded wires, You can usually go to your nearest hardware store and pick up a plug wire assembley for your spicific appliance. Then you have to remo... Read More »
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