Wiring Diagram for Three Prong Plug?

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Wiring diagrams and how to videos for installing a three prong plug can be found on the Internet, but if you're unsure on your capability to install them, it's always best to consult a professional electrician. In a normal 120 volt outlet in the United States, there are two vertical slots and then a round hole that is centered below them. The left slot is a little larger then the slot on the right. The right slot is called hot and the left slot is called neutral and the hole below them is called ground.
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