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Looks right to me. One side is the line side, and the other is the load side that is connected when it needs power.

Rex, you even put the wires on in the right direction under the screws!:clap:
 

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rselectric1 said:
Looks right to me. One side is the line side, and the other is the load side that is connected when it needs power. Rex, you even put the wires on in the right direction under the screws!:clap:
That was the before photo. I changed the tank and all the other parts.

But yeah, I did it the same way on the new one.
 

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Is this 120 volts or 220 volts? You can see that the contacts bridge the the two left terminals together and the two right terminals together. Line1-load1 - Line2-load2


If 120 volts it will work but code-wise wrong. Should be black - black and white-white.

If 220 volts no problem. But I would still connect it as black-black and white-white.
 

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jamesgr81 said:
Is this 120 volts or 220 volts? You can see that the contacts bridge the the two left terminals together and the two right terminals together. Line1-load1 - Line2-load2 If 120 volts it will work but code-wise wrong. Should be black - black and white-white. If 220 volts no problem. But I would still connect it as black-black and white-white.
Not sure what voltage it is.

The guys tank was leaking so I replaced the tank and all the other components.

I wasn't there for a no water call so I didn't dig into it.

The wiring just didn't seem normal.

Thanks for the responses :thumbsup:
 
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