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Wiring Diagram for a NEMA L6-30 Receptacle

September 5, 2006

Q: Am installing a NEMA L6-30R locking receptical. Wiring shows X Y G for a 220volt line. Wires are red, black and white which color goes to X Y G?

A: You need to test the wires to determine which wire goes where. A NEMA L6-30R is a 2-pole, 3-wire, 250 volt, 30 amp, locking receptacle. This means that you should have 2 hots and 1 ground. Please see the wiring diagram below.

Wiring Diagram for NEMA L6-30R

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2 Responses to “Wiring Diagram for a NEMA L6-30 Receptacle”

  1. Fielding on June 13th, 2008 5:10 pm

    How does the system ground with this configuration? no common line?

  2. zack on December 30th, 2008 7:27 pm

    i have a 30 amp 240 vlts L630p and i need to now witch wire goes were i have a black wwhite green and blue

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