Add your answer here.
Check out some similar questions!
220v to 110v [ 4 Answers ]
I am installing an electric stovetop. The one I removed had 4 wires.. red, black,white, and bare copper. The new one has 3.. black, red, and bare.. from what I have read here, the old system is a 220v/110v system... I assume that I hook up red to red, black to black, bare to ground. How...
Old 220v run question - help! [ 8 Answers ]
I have 2 old 220 runs where the cable has: 1 black 1 red Outside wrapped bare When I put the meter from either black or red to the outer wrapped wire I get 120v and between the black and the red I get 240v. My new appliances say they work either 3 wire or 4 wire but I don't have that...
220v pigtail how to [ 1 Answers ]
Hi all, I am attempting to wire an "extension cord" that will convert my welders 220 outlet to fit into a dryer style outlet. I know which wire coming out of the welder is the ground, but don't know which of the two hot leads are which or if it matters, as long as hot goes to hot? Any help. ...
220v to 110v [ 2 Answers ]
How do I wire a 220v circuit to accept a 110v plug and play spa?
Is 220V better than 110V? [ 5 Answers ]
My pool pump is running at 110V. I noticed that I can change the wiring position and run it at 220V. Someone at work mentioned that 220V is more efficient. Would I see a savings on the electric bill? Is this true? The wires now are 12 gauge. Could I just change the breaker and the...
View more Electrical & Lighting questions Search