Diagram for Wiring a Receptacle?

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Diagram for wiring a receptacle can be got following this link; www.electrical-online.com/wiring-recepttical/ To wire a receptacle one needs to a wire, make sure the circuit is not hot, take a piece of scrap electrical wire and cut about a six-inch-piece of ground wire, connect the ground wire to the ground screw on the receptacle, take wires and connect them to the proper sides of the remaining screws.
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