A bit confused here. Putting a new plug on a TV power cable. Normally I'd buy a new one, but in this case the cable is behind a wall and it would be a much greater effort to replace the entire cable. I know that the green lead goes to ground and typically black to gold terminal and white to silver. BUT, this cord has a green, blue and brown wire.
Does it matter which terminal the brown goes to and which terminal the blue goes to, so long as they're the silver and gold terminals? FWIW, the cable is from a Panasonic TV.
EDIT: I believe I've found the answer. Saw several wiring diagrams (UK?) showing brown is live (brass) and blue is neutral (silver). If anyone is able to reconfirm, I'd feel better.
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Brown is positive (live, hot, line) and blue is the neutral... Guaranteed! When staring at the male plug with the ground lead on the bottom as if you were going to plug out in to you, the left terminal its the hot and the right its the neutral.
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