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I am wiring the same heater with an L1 lead, an L2 lead, and

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I am wiring the same heater with an L1 lead, an L2 lead, and a ground. This connecting to a typical dryer circuit, 30A 240V single phase, so I am assuming the 2 hot wires go to the L1 and L2 and the neutral goes to the ground?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  ProGrade replied 1 year ago.

If the dryer circuit is being converted over to use for the heater your assumption is correct. If the circuit is converted the neutral becomes a ground and should be colored green with coloring tape or stripped bare identify it as such. Thank you

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