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Ok – I have one even better for you. Instead of telling you how to do it, ill show you. Here is a diagram that I made up for you so you can see how its done.
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Picture #2 is actually a 50amp plug. But at anyrate the wiring terminates to it the same way. Each "hot" leg will terminate to the gold terminals, and your ground will go to the green terminal.
But if you have this running off of “screw in type” fuse panel – and your only getting 110 out of your plug that means you either have the plug wired only to 110, or you blew one of your fuses thus rendering it 110v.
What you need to do is verify that you have both wires from the gold terminals to separate lugs on the fuse panel. If you have them on the same bus bar, it will be 110v not 220. Now if your able to take a picture of the fuse panel (internal wiring) and upload – I can tell you exactly where to terminate the wiring.
I really did not know how to do this and I even changed my photos but your browse insert thing did not work so I put it on my my space account. sorry for the wait thanks for your patients,
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It still won't do it must be a problem from this end but thanks for your patients.
Have a Good day and I am Going to Accept ur $9 payment sorry can not afford more thanks
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