Power cord plug

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Old 10-09-01, 02:53 PM
CharlesH
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I have a "yellow jacket" power extension cord that was cut in two. I want to replace the plug on the longer length cord so it will still be usuable, just shorter. Can you use the original plug that came with the cord, and, if so, how do you open the plug to remove the old connections and replace it with the new ones? The plug seems to be molded and I don't see a way to open it. Thanks.
 
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Old 10-09-01, 03:56 PM
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You need to by a new plug, should be inexpensive. Put Red or Black (hot) wire to small slot, white (neutural) wire to big slot, and green (ground) wire to middle circle.
 
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