That is similar to what I use....This is what I use exclusively for stripping #12 and #14 wire:
But only because I'm not adept enough at using these:
Yeah, and it's dangerous. You're far more likely to get nicks in the wire doing it that way. And that's what causes heat and fires, probably at least as much as bad wire nut connections.If you are having to rotate the strippers 2-3 times around the wire and then yank on it like your trying to open a Xmas present, I think you might be using the wrong strippers....kinda reminded me of the guy who kept getting zapped
They say to use a 3/4 connector and then install a 1/2"?
That screw was tightened on the wire? Are you kidding me. You could watch it moving under the screw head.
Why did we cut the ground off?
Someone at Maytag needs their butt kicked for not checking this crap.
For beginners:For the DIYs who don't know can you point out all the issue with this video.
I'll start with the obvious ones.
1. NEVER cut off the ground wire.
2. The cable clamp should be clamping the sheathing not the wires after they come out of the sheathing.