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#162892 - 04/26/07 09:12 PM Can you identify this plug?  
renosteinke  Offline
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Sometimes things are all around us that we see ... yet don't see.

This is a pic of the end of the connector in an "industry standard" plug pattern. With summer coming up, let's see who remembers where this pattern is found.

Since this is a "trivia" item ... could you 'old salts' hold off on the ID? I promise to reveal all come Saturday! laugh

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#162893 - 04/26/07 09:27 PM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: renosteinke]  
NORCAL  Offline
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I will give a useless clue, its used in someparts and unheard of in other parts of the country.:)


#162894 - 04/26/07 09:37 PM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: NORCAL]  
mamills  Offline
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Weird-looking thing. It looks like it's partially melted.

I haven't the foggiest idea.

Mike (mamills)


#162895 - 04/26/07 09:52 PM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: mamills]  
renosteinke  Offline
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MAmills, it is damaged ... the part is from a repair last summer.


#162898 - 04/26/07 10:11 PM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: renosteinke]  
yaktx  Offline
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For cold-case fluorescents?


#162902 - 04/27/07 06:59 AM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: yaktx]  
Rabbit  Offline
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Confederate?


#162907 - 04/27/07 09:58 AM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: renosteinke]  
LarryC  Offline
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Is the center hole actually a threaded insert?


#162923 - 04/27/07 06:05 PM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: LarryC]  
n1ist  Offline
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Malden MA
The center looks like a rivet holding it together, not a contact.


#162932 - 04/27/07 06:56 PM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: n1ist]  
sean  Offline
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palmdale california
reminds me of the plugs on swamp coolers


#162975 - 04/28/07 08:51 AM Re: Can you identify this plug? [Re: renosteinke]  
TwinCitySparky  Offline
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Looks like it has a leather face.


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