You need to wire them in parallel - input and output - and they need
to be properly phased Line1 to line1, Line2 to line2, output1 to
output1, and output2 to output2. Get any of them crossed and you get a
No - parallel stays the same voltage - series adds voltage. Perhaps
you should get a basic electricity text out of the library (you DO
know about books and libraries, right) and learn a little bit about
electricity before you do ANYTHING more..
On Sun, 16 Oct 2016 19:45:46 -0700 (PDT), Uncle Monster
Hasn't found what they need to know using the internet so I figured
MABEE a book was more their speed. A lot of BS on the internet - for
the "uninitiated" it's like sorting flyshit from pepper - a book is
less likely to confuse.
At least a book has a print date - and a publisher so you can "fact
check" - Generally a book that has been used as a school text book is
relatively accurate -not saying you have to use a text book. You can
generally find the author and verify his creds, unlike the large
majority of internet "pages" and YouTubes.
In alt.home.repair, on Sun, 16 Oct 2016 21:48:16 -0400,
A book is a good idea. Especially for someone who asks the very basic
question above. It's hard to find on the web, on any subject,
something that starts you at the beginning and takes you to the end, or
even to the middle. Most webpages are short and deal with specific
questions, and only briefly cover background information that you need.
You can't get away with writing a book like that, unless it's only 10
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