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Re: So... How Do I Wire This Thing?

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11-25-2012 06:46:53

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Morning everyone!!

So, I posted this question on Longevity's forum on another site, and shortly thereafter one of their representatives called me...

He said to not use the RED wire, cap it off. White and black are hot, and green is ground. I realize that goes against the logic posted here, but hey, its their machine lol.

A couple people responded in the other forum, they said they had this machine and did the above and it worked great.

So, off to Lowes for another plug I go.

Thanks for the help everyone. I got a little electrical edumacation here :)

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11-27-2012 05:30:45

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 Re: So... How Do I Wire This Thing? in reply to Lanse, 11-25-2012 06:46:53  
I would still look inside to be sure what wires are hooked up and that the unused wire is properly isolated.

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11-25-2012 08:03:25

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 Re: So... How Do I Wire This Thing? in reply to Lanse, 11-25-2012 06:46:53  
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So hurry up! I can't wait to see your video / review of this welder! :wink:

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11-25-2012 06:57:09

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 Re: So... How Do I Wire This Thing? in reply to Lanse, 11-25-2012 06:46:53  
Cool, yep if its straight 240 volt single phase (NO 120) you only need 2 hots and an equipment ground, its only that I would have expected Red n Black as the Hots......Butttttttt as you say its their machine

John T

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