I feel dumb asking this one, but I don't love messing around with electricity if I'm not sure. I've built a few amps that all had white/green/black power cords. I just got a 5e3 kit from Boot Hill, the parts all look great, but the power cord has green/blue/brown wires. On the wiring diagram, Dave wrote "BRN" where the hot black wire would typically connect (to the fuse), and "BLUE" where the white neutral wire would typically connect (wire nut to the PT). To be sure I ran continuity to the prongs. I have continuity between the brown wire and the "left" prong, and blue to the "right" as seen below. It doesn't appear either blade is larger. Safest wiring is hot to the fuse, right? Does that mean I should be connecting the blue wire to the fuse, and the brown wire to the PT primary?