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3 prong trolling motor plug question. #13718361 10/02/20 08:51 PM
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I borrowed a trolling motor from a friend and when I was hooking up the wires there are two wires. Do I need to plug the third prong into the receptacle or is it irrelevant. The reason I’m asking is I couldn’t get the prongs to stay put because the wires didn’t hook up just right to the plug. I have power so I think everything’s good, but thought I’d find someone that actually know about electrical current. Thanks!

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Re: 3 prong trolling motor plug question. [Re: Jobie99] #13718488 10/02/20 11:25 PM
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Pictures of the plug & receptacle in question would help tremendously.


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