[DC to AC Converter] How to find positive wire?

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Old 09-16-13, 02:23 PM
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Question [DC to AC Converter] How to find positive wire?

Hello,

I have a problem that i can't solve myself.

I have a DC to AC power inverter but i don't know which wire i need to connect to the positive clamp of my battery. I will upload some pictures to show you how it is from the inside.

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Old 09-16-13, 02:39 PM
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Bear in mind you are not in North America, so our advice is limited. Generally the zip cord you have (if installed at the factory) will have one ribbed wire (negative) and one smooth wire (positive). What happened to the connector on the end of the zip cord?
 
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Old 09-16-13, 06:27 PM
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Can't quite see the ridges on the cord but I can see the + buss on the board and the negative lead will go to the - side of those two 2200uf 25v capacitors.

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Looking at the following picture.....the minus(-) side of those 2) 2200uf 25v capacitors, the black wire in the picture and the bottom of that diode should all be connected together.

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Thank you guys for the reply's.

There is no ribbed wire they are both smooth.

I will attach the negative wire with the one that is connected with the - site of the capacitors.
 
 

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