Noob: How do you put 4g Wire to a ANL Fuse holder?

aarunt1
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I have a ANL fuse holder almost exactly like the one in the pic below. I know how to put the fuse in I just don't know exactly how to put the wire on. I'm trying to put 4g wire to it, but there is no hole in the screw to stick it threw and then tighten it with the nut. I cant figure out where to put the wire. I tried freying the wire and wrapping it around the screw and then tightening it and it kind of works, but it doesn't really look like thats what I am supposed to do. If any has one of thse can you please tell me how to do it correctly.

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If it's a 150 amp fuse holder, then for sure it accepts "at least" 4 gauge. From the picture, it looks like there may be allen screws on the side once you lift the top plastic covering off.....at least that's what it looks like from the picture. If not, then why don't you just get a Phoenix Gold 150 amp or 200 amp circuit breaker, and not have to worry about fuses.....just a suggestion.

 
Squeeze the clear plastic covering together in the middle, it should snap off. There appears to be an allen screw on the side of the brass terminal entrance on each near the end....at least that's what it looks like from the picture. That's usually how those connect.

 
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