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How do you remove or terminate electrical wires?
wires, should never be 'buried', meaning they should never be lost in a wall, etc. you should cap wires off in a readily accessable box. if you can identify a wire, meaning you are absolutley sure a wire goes from a to b with no other connections; i use a method. first i tape a written tag on the wire staiting its' former use, then i wrap tape on the end and fold each wire over and tape it to itself, creating a noose out of each individual wire.the terminated cable should physically be unable to conduct in this format, and the next guy down the road gets to know what you did.
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How do you put a new radio-cassette player in your car if the previous owner removed the old one and cut the wires and wrapped them in electrical tape?
Answer You will need a wiring diagram for the car so to identify what wire does what ie power wire, speakers wires etc, then join those to the same wires on… the new unit
Where on a 1975 L82 Corvette engine HEI distributor cap is the 1 plug terminal located as all wires where removed and the distributor was also taken out?
Answer viewing the cap from above it would be at the lower right about 5 o clock and the one that would be closest to the drivers… side rear carb bolt . Also know Know that this really depends on how the previous person installed the dist. In theory, number one could be anywhere but in practice one is closest to the number one cylinder, right, which is about 5 o'clock or most of the times, the one just to the left (clockwise) of the electrical connectors. If this doesn't work, then you're going have to pull the number one spark plug, and bring the piston to top dead center (which just a fancy way to say all the way up), but be sure it is on the compression stroke. This means put your finger on the spark plug hole and when you start to feel air coming out, bring it to top dead center. Now you should take off the dist. cap and observe where the rotor is that should be number one. Good Luck
Pre terminated wires may mean one of a couple things. At least to my knowledge. Generally a pre terminated wire is a wire in use or that is connected thru in an operating de…vice of some sort. The wiring in the state it came from the "assembly plant.' Non-terminated wiring generally refers to wiring that is not in use or not connected yet. "Terminated wires" are "connected wires." Pre-terminated could also refer to some wiring that already has the "connectors" placed on the wire. Not just a bare wire w/o connectors. Non-terminated could mean a piece of wire without "connectors" on it.
Answer . Silver. See step 10 at the following link for safety purposes. See related links below.. Answer . There is a saying to help remember: Black to brass to save …your A##. Simple answer is white goes to silver, black to brass and of course green to the green screw.
Yes-connect the black wire to the brass terminal and the white wire to the silver terminal.
An Electrical wire is used to flow the electrons from one point another point . Copper or aluminum is insulated with polythine is called wire
When the wires are connected to the terminals of a battery what causes electric current in the circuit?
The voltage (V) between its terminals. ~Gabby
Copper is an excellent conductor, ductile (can be drawn easily), and reasonably economical. For bare conductors, copper oxidises and the oxide coating prevents further corrosi…on. While it is heavier than aluminum, it is stronger. The alternative, aluminium, is cheaper than copper, but not as good a conductor. Aluminium is lighter, but weaker, and aluminium transmission lines require a steel-core for strength. Aluminium conductors suffer from 'cold flow', which means that aluminium conductors secured with screw terminals tend to work loose over time. Copper doesn't do this, so copper is preferred for residential/commercial electrical wiring systems.
On a vehicle, the return path to the battery is through the vehicle's framework. The negative terminal of the battery is connected to the frame of the vehicle. The reason ther…e is only one terminal on the horn is that, that is all that is needed to make the horn operate. Applying the positive side of the battery to the single terminal which is connected to the horn's coil will make it operate. When the horn is bolted to the vehicle this completes the circuit back to the negative terminal of the battery. Apply the 12VDC to the horn by pressing on the horn button which closes the circuit and the horn activates. A horn with only one terminal has its coil grounded internally within the horn. A horn with two terminals has the coil isolated from the ground. On a two terminal horn there needs to be a wire installed to the frame on one of the terminals to make the horn operate.
in literal answer, if u don't remove the person using a dry wooden pole the person will surely die.
Electrical wire is the medium through which electricity is carried to and through each individual home that uses electrical power. It is made of a metal that easily conducts e…lectricity, usuallycopper, in a plastic sheath called an insulator. There are various different types of this wire, each suited to certain loads and conditions.
The answer depends upon the laws of the state where the estate is. Every state has laws that give the grounds which serve as reasons to remove or terminate an acting executor.… In New Jersey, an executor m ay be removed only for cause, such as, refusing to make an accounting if ordered by a court to do so; if he has embezzled, wasted or misappleied assets; if h e neglects to administer the estate; if he is no longer of sound mind, etc. The mere fact that the beneficiaries may not like the executor or even if there is some animosity between them is not a reason to remove the executor unles he does something harmful to the estate
First you have to use a wrie striping tool that you can purchase for any hardware store lowies home depot ace then you can strip the ruber from the wire & connect it to the de…vice you want to connect
Copper, although it is not 100 % pure, it is still copper. for larger cables you can still get aluminum, but it is much more brittle and you can only work with it so much till… it becomes weak. They also used a lot of aluminum in huses for a short period of time, but now they are back to copper.
Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz supply service. Termination of direct burial wire is done as you would terminate any other set of wires. However, direct b…urial does not mean you can direct bury the terminations. The wire must be brought into a building by an approved method; or the wire must be brought into a box designed for burial, with the box accessible from the surface of the ground; or the wire must be brought into a piece of equipment that is partially buried and designed for that purpose. In no case should the wire reach a depth of less than the minimum required depth for the installation without being protected by conduit. And in no case should the wire enter a building without conduit unless installing UF cable is allowed without conduit in the installation. As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed. Before you do any work yourself, on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances, always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized. IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
There are four simple steps to try initially: 1) Clean up the seized fastener... use a combination of degreasers, detergents, abrasives. DON'T use wire brushes in …this instance, stick with plastic. This sets things up for the next step... 2) Search for the term "penetrating lubricant". These are specially formulated to squeeze into the small spaces in fastener threads. Use the lubricant liberally. Use plastic brushes to work it in, further cleansing the area. 3) Try to rock the fastener in both directions... particularly effective if it starts to come undone then jams. Add more lube as you go... it should rock a little further each time until it frees up. if not... 4) If seized absolutely solid try a freeze and release spray... very effective and much safer than heat around delicate electrics. Check the product to ensure it is safe around electrics as this is a special situation.
By placing the tone generator at one end of a wire and attaching a tone locator to the other end, you can verify the location of a wire termination