If you get any detailed "how to do it" answer here, you might attempt to do something you shouldn't be doing, and that may cost someone a shock, a home fire, or their life.
Don't tie the two hots! You'll short out the circuit if you do!
US service is 120V to neutral and 240V between the two hots. To power this European appliance you must not use the US Neutral (The White wire.)
To supply the the appliance with 240V you would have to connect one US 240 Volt hot (Red) to the appliance's Live wire - its Brown wire - and the other US 240 Volt hot (Black) to the appliance's Neutral - its Blue wire. As for Ground, any washer must be grounded, to protect users from getting electrocuted but be careful, you cannot just connect the appliance's Earth - its Green/Yellow wire - to the US Ground (Green or bare wire) until you have made sure, using a meter - and with the appliance disconnected - that the appliance's Blue Neutral wire is completely isolated from its its Green/Yellow Earth wire, otherwise you will short circuit one of the US Hot wires and seriously overload the other one!
Before you do anything to connect this appliance please read the answer to the Related Question shown below!<><><>
If you handle just one wire wrongly you could kill yourself or someone else in your home, or start a house fire.
Please ask a licensed electrician to advise you what to do.<><><>
Connect the two US hot wires to the brown and the blue wires of the washer. There are two potential problems: I. European electrical equipment is designed for 50 Hz and in the US you have 60 Hz. Certain motors will not 'live long' on the wrong frequency. Check the plate on the back for something like 50/60Hz. If that is there, you're O.K., for frequency issues.
BUT now read the answer to the Related Question shown below to see what to do about the safety Ground wire.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
If you do this work yourself, always turn off the power
at the breaker box/fuse panel BEFORE you attempt to do any work AND
always use an electrician's test meter having metal-tipped probes
(not a simple proximity voltage indicator)
to insure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
Multiplexing allows several users to share a single connection. For example, several computers at my home share a single ADSL line, to connect to Internet.Multiplexing allows several users to share a single connection. For example, several computers at my home share a single ADSL line, to connect to Internet.Multiplexing allows several users to share a single connection. For example, several computers at my home share a single ADSL line, to connect to Internet.Multiplexing allows several users to share a single connection. For example, several computers at my home share a single ADSL line, to connect to Internet.
Generally, no. We usually try to avoid having a lot of things plugged into one outlet, which is the usual meaning of "octopus connection" when we talk about things electrical. If we get a lot of stuff plugged into one outlet or a single outlet strip, we could approach (or exceed) the current rating on the outlet and end up tripping a circuit breaker. Less things plugged in is better.
You have to have a special cable which is "cross connection cable" or something like that.
A router is used for connecting multiple computers to a single connection, but it doesn't provide the actual connection. You still need a cable modem or a DSL modem to connect to the router to provide the connection to the internet. Usually on the back of the router there is one port marked internet or uplink that you'll need to connect to the modem you get.
Determine what other items are on that circut. Inspect them to see if they are grounded. If they are back stabbed you may have to connect them to the ground screw.
Connect the broadband connection to a router, and connect the router ports to the individual systems. If necessary, extend the number of ports on the router by attaching a switch to one of the router ports and attaching multiple clients to the switch.
If you have an ADSL modem, you connect the ADSL modem to the hub, and you connect cables from the hub to each computer. If you have only a single computer, you need no hub.If instead you want to use a WiFi (wireless) connection, you also need an access point for the wireless connection.
Sounds like you want to connect a three-phase machine to a single-phase supply. Very inefficiently, a three-phase motor can be ran on single phase by electrically displacing the windings with a capacitor. Other than that, you will need to either look at getting yourself a phase change converter, or having a three-phase outlet installed.
Connect a router to the DSL modem, and if necessary add a switch to the router. Then connect all of your systems to the switch and the router.
Connect the single connection end of the AV cable that comes with the Wii into the back of the system. Then match the red, white, and yellow inputs to the back or front of the TV depending where they are located.
Nobody supplies "two phase" power (it is only single-phase or triple-phase), so there would be no reason to connect to "two-phase".
allows a single computer to connect to a LAN allows a single computer to connect to a LAN
The first thing to check after ruling out the cables and the connection to the outlet would be the video card. It could also be the monitor.
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You can wire a dimmer into any circuit. The issue is where you do it for a specific outlet. The dimmer would just have to connect to a single outlet and not all outlets on the same circuit. The issue is getting a dimmer that is compatible with the device you are dimming. Some lighting requires special dimmers.
Single or double pole is usually a switch. 110 or 220 on a plug, 110 is usually a double outlet. 220 is usually or always a single outlet. Design of the outlet will vary depending on what is plugged into it. The slots can be 1 vertical and 1 horizontal. Both slots can be at an angle. If a regular 110 cord will not plug into an outlet, good chance it is a 220
A single pole switch controls a light or outlet at one location. A 3 way switch controls a light or outlet from 2 locations.
It is an outlet that has one hot wire, such as a household receptacle, or two hot wires, such as a dryer outlet (in the US). If the outlet has three hot wires, it would be called a 3-phase or polyphase outlet. These would normally be found only in an industrial setting.
The single connection all NIC cards usually have is an RJ45 jack. This allows for Ethernet cables to be readily connected.
A router is a device that connects to your modem to share your internet connection with other computers. A wireless router uses a power cord and an Ethernet cable to connect from the modem to the router without the need of a connection between the router and the computers it's sharing the Internet connection with. A USB wireless router connects to the modem using a single USB connection that serves as both the power supply and data connection.
A discount store would have many brands.An outlet store would be products for a single brand.
The space within the single pole outlet box.
you can wire the single post toggle switch to the old school 2 wire system, just ignore the ground screw (like the old switch did). no outlet skip the outlet, just use the toggle switch if you want an outlet you'll need to run a ground wire down to your electrical box
there are types of electrical connections: 1. Single line to ground connection 2. Double line to ground connection 3. 1Line,Neutral (two wire connection or single phase connection) 4. 3Line,Neutral (4 wire connection or three phase connection) 5. 2 Line ,Neutral (3 wire connection or two phase connection)