White Wiring Black Green Plug 220. Powers up fine but not getting the volts I need. Green wires are used for grounding and should only be connected to other green wires.
Wire a plug to maintain correct polarity. Coming in from the fan that was already put together is the 2 prong wire split. I have a 60amp double stack available and ran 103 to a receptacle that has 3 wire set up.
As hot wires can be connected to each other a black wire can be connected to a red wire.
On a 220 circuit the black is 110 hot the red is 110 hot the white is neutral and the green is ground. There is a green wire from the bracket on the ceiling. This is because the appliance or device probably requires 120 volts to run a certain component like a timer or clock in addition to the 220 volts needed for the actual appliance to run. Wiring a new plug isnt difficult but its important to get the hot and neutral wires connected to the proper prongs.