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#110365 - 04/02/06 09:09 PM Plugged MC  
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Sometimes there's a debate as to whether you are allowed to connect a dishwasher or garbage disposal using a flexible cord.
No matter your position in that debate, I think you'll agree this guy is wrong...


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#110366 - 04/02/06 11:36 PM Re: Plugged MC  
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The central vacuum at my mother's house has a SJT cordset, that had a section of 3/8 flex slipped over it to "protect" it. (it's in the garage, but I don't think it needed that level of protection..)



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