3 prong the 2 black wires are your hot and the braided is your neutral.
You can use a phase converter to make a 240V single phase line into 415V 3 phase line. Just use a rotary phase converter. It is cost effective.
The breaker feeding the line will trip or if it is a fused circuit the line fuse will blow open. In regards to fuses protecting the line sometimes two line fuses will blow.
Because they are "in-phase". In order to get 240v, you need two 120v Alternating Current lines that are 180° out of phase, that is, opposite phases. Only when one line is +120v and the other -120v will you see 240v between the wires.
For the USA its 240V (120V on each line/phase).
I'm sure this isn't what you want to hear, but you probably need to ask an electrician familiar with your service and what you want to connect. As a general answer, you can connect a 240v line to line resistive load like an electric water heater to any 240v source. If you also need the 240v to have 120v line to neutral, like a 240v electric stove that contains a 120v clock and oven light, then its possible if the 3 phase power is connected in a "high delta" configuration, and you connect to the correct leads. If you have a high delta service and want to ignore the 3-phase power service and wire most or all of the loads in the building as a single phase load, the utility may have to be consulted.
Spare parts for your George Foreman grill can be purchased on-line at Grill.Pronto.com
Answer for UK, Europe and countries running a 50 Hz supply service.There are quite a few appliances that use a 240V line. Air conditioners, fridges, washers and dryers all use the 240V line.Answer for Canada, USA and countries running a 60 Hz supply service.In North America only the larger appliances use 240 volts. The hot water tank, stove, range top, baseboard heating and clothes dryer are the main appliances that use the higher voltage.
The voltage in North America can be as low as 110 and as high as 125 volts. The average is about 115 to 117 volts. <><><>><> House voltage in the US is generally 120v line to neutral and 240v line to line. It is referred to as a "120/240v single phase service." Actual voltage can be as low as 110/220 or as high as 125/250.
It can't be "converted", you have to run a 220 line and have a 220 breaker and plug installed.
I would recommend a separate 220V line with ground default capabilities because the spa has water in it. This is safer and most professional installations include a single separate line. A spa will draw more amperage because of the heating element (if electric heat).
In North America, you can connect a 240-V load across two lines (not 'phases') of a three-phase system with a 240-V line voltage. In Europe, you would need to connect the load between any one line conductor and the neutral conductor.
Answer for countries in Europe and other world areas running a 50 Hz supply service.By neutral I'll assume you mean the wire with 0V on it.This is needed to get 240V out of the supply. Connect your voltmeter between either Line 1, Line 2 or Line 3 and the 0V and you will get a fluctuating +240V to -240V.If you only want 415V, then you connect your voltmeter between two of the live phases and you will get a fluctuating +415V to - 415V. The 0V wire is not used in this case, effectively one of the phases becomes the "neutral".See related links below.
They can wait on a siding, spare line or be pulled for cleaning
The 2002 Mitsubishi Gallant radio has two fuses. There will be an in-line fuse behind the radio. There will be a radio fuse in the fuse box.
a small bomb was hidden undergound (obviously) but somebody stepped on a tripwire that tripwire pulled circular stones together creating sparks lighing a line of fuses exploding the mine :D
On blower assemble and on internal vent line from the back
Fuses are in either the under hood or trunk fuse boxes.
There will be no problems as the Mac laptops are designed to work internationally with a line voltage ranging from 100V to 240V.
No, this voltage appears ACROSS individual phases, or BETWEEN a line conductor and the neutral
Check voltage on top side of breaker each leg to ground should read 110 if not check main fuses on incoming side to be sure 220 is present,then check secondary side of fuses 220 line to line 110 from line to ground.I think you will find that one leg is open. Did you use a 1 inch double breaker by chance.You need to use regular double pole breakers so you get volts from both phases,The skinny double breakers are the same width as a single 1 inch breaker but they are running off one phase and that would cause your problem.
you have a short in the electrical line to the fuel pump somewhere stop replacing the fuses and fix it or risk a major fire/ explosion or don't see if i care
It would be best to call a qualified electrician to install the wiring.