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Wiring Diagram help!!!!

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Ccab

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Post Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:52 pm

What do the black dots stand for in this diagram?

https://www.oznium.com/forum/topic3633

its the first diagram.

thank you for the help.[/img]
Cooper

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Post Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:55 pm

The black dots just mean the wire is connected . You see how sometimes when two lines cross there's a black dot, and sometimes one wire looks like its a bridge or hopping over the other wire ? When its a dot that means the wire is actually connected in real life . When its hopping over the other wire that means the wires aren't connected in real life (they might not even be close together) but because of how the diagram is drawn they had to cross in the drawing . icon_biggrin.gif
Ccab

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Post Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:57 pm

okay but HOW do you connect those wires together like that..I still dont seem to understand that. How do you take one long positive wire and cut the other 3 positive wires short and attach them all to the one long one..its not comprehending in my brain. lol.
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Post Thu Nov 12, 2009 9:04 am

You can cut and splice or use 3M scotchlock connectors that Crimp into the wire and make the connection ...
You can strip back the insulation and wrap the other wire around it then solder the connection then insulate it with electrical tape or heat shrink tubing ...

Or you can use wire nuts to secure the connections or crimp caps or even terminal strips
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