I have my first EM, Doodle Bug, and the original cord has been cut off. I want to replace it with a modern cord with a ground. Picture is attached, with the original brown power cord running to a brown wire on the left and a yellow wire on the right. To the left of all this is a green wire marked "ground wire."
I can desolder the old cord and solder the new cord onto the lugs for the brown and yellow wires easily, but I don't understand electricity well enough to know which of the brown and yellow wires is the power and which is the neutral. Also, I assume that I can just solder the ground from the new cord onto the lug for the green wire.
Can someone please tell me if it's a safe option to solder on all three wires from a new cord, and, if so, which cord wire goes to brown and which to yellow? I'm hoping that a Doodle Bug owner will know, or that someone can explain to me how to test the wires for power and neutral (I have a meter, but I'm a novice at using it), or that it doesn't matter which wires go to which, as long as the ground goes to green (a dangerous assumption?). I'd be very grateful for the help.