Originally Posted by BLTOH
... so i should go thru and check to make sure it is not a stranded wire end . . .
I don't think so, if
you just disconnected & reconnected exactly the way it was originally. But if
you removed the pigtail, I would still say "ask an electrician." (like I said, I'm only vaguely recalling about the 110v stranded wire / code issue.) Ask about stranded wiring into a normal style home breaker. The advice my electrician told me may be exactly as I am telling you, or it may have been that you can't mix stranded & solid wire into a breaker slot. I just can't remember, so please check with someone qualified.
Your pictures indeed show a pigtail ready to connect. I can't zoom enough, but looking at that green wire, it might
be stranded. If so, I can guess
the black & white are also stranded.
If true, the picture makes sense in that . . .
The short black wire is like an extension cord that can properly continue to the breaker slot & complete the connection.
My situation went a little further in that the existing converter had two
connections at the end of the black wire. One was the pigtail continuing to the breaker. The second was the hot wire that powered the receptacles in the camper.
I didn't want my new converter & my camper receptacles sharing the same breaker/circuit. So I had to find out what the purpose of a "pigtail" was before I modified it.
Using math, scissors, a ruler, Microsoft Word, & Avery removable labels
, I made new 110v & 12v labels to stick over the existing handwritten labels in the camper.
Hope this helps.