How to Wire 208v Single Phase?

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It is not difficult at all if you have the wiring diagram. Every thing is direct, in line and order. The top three blacks wire to the panel in order. Your white and green also wire direct and in order. You can find more information here: www.erico.com
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Before you start to wire your 208v single phase make sure you fully understand everything you will be doing. Remember to stop all forms of electric from going to the area of your project.
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