Which wire goes on the gold screw the white or black?
Black wir on brass screw(gold), green or bare wire on green screw, white on other
In typical American wiring the black wire on an outlet goes to the gold (copper) screw and the white wire goes to the silver screw. The ground wire goes to the green screw.
White is neutral and goes on silver colored screw, black is hot and goes on gold colored screw. The bare or green wire is ground and goes on the green screw.
Ground connects to the green ground screw. White connects to the silver screw and black connects to the gold screw.
White goes to the silver screw, black goes to the gold screw, and green is the third prong. Answer Be very carefull with this answer, it really depends on where you live in the world, as the colours change from one country to another e.g the above does not apply to the UK.
Yes, that is the correct connection.
Black wire to the gold screw terminal, white wire to the silver screw terminal and green wire to the green screw terminal.
That depends on where the other end of the wire goes.
in my opinion white or silver/ gold
Black or Red and White.
reversed polarity in an electric circuit, means whoever was doing the wiring had no knowledge of wiring. reversed polarity means that wires ( mostly on outlets) are incorrect. the black wire goes on the gold screw, the white goes on the silver one & the bare wire goes on the green screw. most home centers have a library of how to books. they average around $20.00 each.
On a 110 volt circuit, Black is hot, White is neutral, Green or bare Copper is ground. . Connect Black to the gold screw, White to the silver screw, and bare copper ground to the Green ground screw on the receptacle. On a 220 Volt circuit Black & Red are both hot, each carrying 110 volts for a total of 220. White is Neutral and ground is Green or bare copper.
Black wire to the gold screw, white wire to the silver screw, green wire to the round or U shaped prong screw.
I would say it goes best with black, white or maybe silver. In jewelry, it goes best with silver and platinum.
The screw is actually only silver in color and it is where the neutral wire(s) get connected to, (white wire). the gold colored screw gets connected to the positive(black or red) wire(s). Green screw is for ground wire.
I do not know what you mean by long slot. The bare ground copper wire connects to the green screw or the ground screw. The black wire attaches to the copper or gold colored screw and the white wire connects to the silver or chrome screw. Both the gold and silver screws are on the side of the outlet. The ground screw will be on one end of the outlet.
Black wire to gold screw terminal, white wire to silver screw terminal, ground wire to ground terminal. I am sorry, I can't even begin to answer this question. I don't what you are trying to do and I am positive you don't either. Call a pro, please...pkazsr
gold,sliver,pink,blue,white,green,yellow really every single colour can go!
Gold and White. Silver goes fabulously!
Black wire to gold screw, white wire to silver screw, ground to green screw. If you are using a GFIC outlet then the hot wires coming in hook to the Line side of the GFIC receptacle and the wires going out to other receptacles hook to the load side.
On opposite sides of the outlet you have a pair of gold colored screws and a pair of silver colored screws. Attach the black wire to either gold screw and the white wire to either silver screw. You also have a screw off by itself near the bottom (or top) of the outlet. The bare wire is attached to it. When attaching the black & white wires scrape off only enough insulation to wrap the… Read More
When they are in Pittsburgh they are black, a little white and gold. When they are away they are white, a little black and gold.
Black and blue.
gold. improved answer: not all goldfish are gold. some are black and silver. also, if a fish lives to be several years old, like mine, its skin basically goes white or translucent, like a persons hair goes grey. oldo1
connect your black wires to the right side of outlet on the gold screws white wires on the left side silver screws and bare copper wire to green ground screw.
The plug (cap) should be replaced. They can be obtained at any DIY store. Cut the old end off and prepare the wire for the new plug (cap). White wire to silver coloured screw, black wire to gold coloured screw and green wire to green coloured screw.
If you mean what color goes with gold: Black Silver Darkish blues Darkish purples I love gold with black <3
They can be tan, brown, black, white, gold and even glow under black light! The last three (white gold and glowing) are bio-engineered.
Black or White.
My thoughts are that Pink goes well with Green, Red (?), Brown, and White. I think pink goes well with yellow, purple and grey. It depends on the shade of pink. Hot pink goes well with, light blue, lime green, gold, yellow, silver, white, chocolate brown, black, orange, light and deep purples. Where as light pinks go well with, light and dark blues, black, light and deep purples, black, pastel yellows, oranges, browns and greens.
The caterpillar that is black and gold, white and hairy is the Buff-tip Moth. This moth can be found in willow trees and rose plants.
Home Jersey : Black, gold, white, and a thin strip of orange Away Jersey : White, gold, black, and a thin strip of orange
Black, White, and Red plus it has a gold crescent in the middle red,white and black
The dress is blue and black. The lace-y bits, that MAY look gold to you are, in fact, black. The parts that MAY look lighter or even white are, in fact, blue.
Yes. Black and gold, along with white are the Steelers official colors.
Purple, Black, Gold, White and Pink, white, tan, red and white, gold and red, green and brown
No, white gold is made superior to all other gold and jewelry, especially black pearls. It never changes colors.
When wiring a three-wire U.S. single or duplex 15 or 20 amp receptacle: GROUNDING (green or bare) wire goes to the green screw. NEUTRAL (white) wire goes to the silver screw. HOT (could be any other color, often black) goes to the brass screw. For a better understanding, check out the Related link PDF shown below. : IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY REFER THIS WORK TO… Read More
gold, black, and white.
Gold, Black, and White.
Pokemon black and white
I am guessing that the three different wire colours are red, black and white. This is a connection that is used to wire a split receptacle usually in the kitchen for counter plugs. Look on the back of the receptacle at the gold coloured screws, there is a tie bar that connects the screws together pry this bar out by wiggling it back and forth until it breaks. Connect the red wire to the top… Read More
It depends on which one. For the Barracks cover, (the big green or white one) take your frame, (The black part) and attach your adjustable metal piece to the slot in the front. put the cloth cap on it, and expand the metal clip on the band to stretch it firmly around the band.pull the edges down, fit them over the screw posts, attach your black band, and screw in the posts. then attach the… Read More
Do you mean a 3 wire receptacle? You say cable,are you talking like extension cord type or interior romex wiring? If romex, you should have a black, white and bare(green or ground)and possibly a red if a 4 wire . Connect black to gold on the receptacle,white to silver and ground to the green screw.
.pink .black .white and black and gold
The dress was confirmed to be blue and black
A tiger's coloring is a tricolor of black, white and gold. There are also "white tigers" who's coloring is white with a black stripe.
The Steelers official colors are black, gold and white. The Packers are green, gold and white.
no only in emerald and heart gold/soulsilver or gold and silver
It is normal to reply the same - "Cheers" For Example, Cheerleaders: You say, Black, We Say Gold. Black Fans: Gold Cheerleadings: Black Fans: Gold Cheerleaders: Black, Gold White! :: You say, Hacker We Say Wildats... Um, Yeah. Just something, like That.
obviously gold and black you may add few decorative shiny luster metallic thing of any color