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Connecting to a master socket
I have an extension cable (one bought from argos without the end connector)
which I want to connect to the master socket. It has 5 wires which arent
colour coded the standard way. They are :
Now I understand I need to connect 3 of these wires to connection 2, 3 and
5. Normally these would be :
Blue/white stripes-----Terminal 2.
Orange/white ----- Terminal 3.
White/Blue stripes---- Terminal 5.
anyone know what the white, green, blue, reddish orange wires correspond to
in the normal cable colour standard ?
I have done
blue ---- 2
reddish orange --- 3
white ----- 5
with no luck
Obviously I can try all combinations but it would be time consuming, hence
the question here.
any help appreciated
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