SS: Wiring a mains plug


68 wiring a plug
  1. Remove a sufficient amount of outer insulation of the three core wires, Live (brown), Neutral (blue) and Earth (green with yellow).
  2. Open the mains plug with a screwdriver and take out the fuse.
  3. Remove about 5 mm of the insulation from three wires and twist the copper strands of each wire together.
  4. Clamp the edge of the removed outer insulation by tightening the two screws that are holding down the outer insulation wire.
  5. Insert each wire to the correct terminal as shown and tighten each screw so that the wires are fixed properly with the terminals.
  6. Fix the fuse back to its position and close the covering of the plug.

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