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#119732 01/18/05 09:58 PM
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This pic was taken at the same junkyard that THESE came from. The Cord feeds a "can machine" @240V.3Ø. The cap & connector are 30A 125/250V rated devices.

NORCAL


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#119733 01/19/05 07:09 PM
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Are those wire-nuts in that cord?. [Linked Image]

#119734 01/19/05 09:42 PM
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Is the cord going underground?

Was going to be smart and say "At least it HAS a plug and connector", then I noticed the wire nuts. "DOHH!!!"

#119735 01/19/05 09:50 PM
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You are both right,which is why I took it.


edited comment.

[This message has been edited by NORCAL (edited 01-19-2005).]


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