How to Wire a Three Pin Plug?

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Start by cutting back the outer flex casing with a small knife, to reveal about 2in/5cm of the insulation, covering the three separate wires, taking care not to sever the wires themselves. Then continue with the process as explained in the provided link.
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To wire a three pin plug you will need, a three pin plug, wire cutters, wire strippers, pliers, and screws. Cut back the outer casing by about 2 in. to reveal the three inner wires. Unscrew the back of the plug and remove the fuse if it is in the way of wiring. Adjust the wire strippers to the thickness you need and remove about 1/2 in. of the insulation. Use pliers to trim the ends of the wires. The brown wire is live and should be connected to the right pin, blue is neutral and should be connected to the left pin, and yellow or green is ground and should be connected to the center pin. Loosen the small screw each post, thread the copper wire through doubling over the ends, or wrap around the post, clockwise, until no bare wire is showing. Tighten the small screws. Replace the screws, fuse if necessary, and the back of the plug.
A three pin plug is commonly used for AC power. It has three legs: a ground, a live and a neutral leg. For a typical 120 volt AC three pin plug, the live and neutral legs are adjacent to each other and are flat prongs. The smaller flat prong should be wired to the live 120 VAC source, while the broader flat prong should be wired to the neutral of the source voltage. Finally, the third round prong should be wired to the electrical ground of the building.
You can wire your three pin plug, by attaching the hot wire to the positive post. Attach the ground wire to the ground post. Attach the yellow or green wire to the third post.
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