Hey gang. I love DIY. I love researching new things and figuring out how they work. There's one problem. My execution tends to fall short. Built my first drone and it flew away. I occasionally have success. I built a working LED for my reef aquarium ten years ago so I know I can do it. This thread is going to be one for me to post questions and document the build so others can see how difficult (or easy) it is to build a LED light. So here's my first problem. I bought a replacement power tool cord to power my meanwell driver. The internet wasn't much help trying to identify what goes where. So the cord of the left is the power cord with the plug. Internet says green is ground, black is hot (source of power), and white is neutral. Except I don't have green. I have a light blue. So I could use some help on what colors I should match up. Pic attached. I have to go to hardware store and get those tube things to crimp wires together. Turns out I suck at soldering and should do my best to not using an iron. Burned my wrist when I leaned on the damn thing. Pic attached. Told you I was a moron. I'll post some pics of the thing wired up tomorrow.