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I'm wiring a in line fuze. Black is positive and white is negative right or am I opposite

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I'm wiring a in line fuze. Black is positive and white is negative right or am I opposite
Inline fuse wires just as it sounds. Inline.

Positive lead -----------fuse-----------battery +

Dohhh, I think I misunderstood your question. If you're trying to find your positive wire, use a trouble light with a pointed probe, grounding the wired clamp. You can press the point right into the wire through the plastic sheath. When it lights up, you found your positive wire.

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In RV's white is positive vblack is negative. In residential black is hot, white is neutral. Makes sense huh? When in doubt check with a voltmeter.

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with all due respect.....get a multimeter and read up on how to use one.

Never trust any color code standard in wiring.

BB

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I'm wiring a in line fuze. Black is positive and white is negative right or am I opposite

Can be either way on an import. White is usually power, but a black can be power too. You can make it anything you want. In a home, black is line (some call it "hot) and white in neutral (some call it ground) but either in automotive.

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Why do the simple things have to be hard. Goll

This hard, hate to see you pumping gas.

If this is the case why don't you just stick a .22 bullet in it's place, easy and cost effective to boot.:bonk:

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