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Filipy ramos

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First time installing this. No idea where the neutral connection is. Anyone know? I just have it hooked up to a single zone relay that will turn on the fan. It has a U1 V1 and W1 connection.

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You do realize the world is a big place right?  Good luck.   I cant tell without real information and I wont guess.  Does it even need a neutral?  Most 3ph doesn't

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It's 1/16 cubit left of the rolling flambler switch housing.

Seriously asking a question like that is like walking into a random market and asking the shoppers if they know where the other blue sock is.

Who you are, what it is and maybe a pic of the problem might get you something but sarcastic responses. Were really a darn friendly and helpful bunch but we have to have SOMETHING to go on.

Frosty The Lucky.

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U1,V1,W1 are what I’ve seen on three phase wiring. Usually three black wire labeled this way for the 3 phases and one green for the ground. No neutral wire in three phase. (I could be missing something though.)

David

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Does indeed sound like a three phase item. Depending on how they're built they may or may not have a neutral. As said, much more info needed.

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It is a three phase unit. The Fanuc drives on the CNC screw machines were all marked U1,V1,W1 where the leads hooked up to them.

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Reznor has good online documents.   Look for the installation and operation manual, that will give all critical info

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What scares me is a person that has to ask this type of question is going to DIY the installation

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