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10-15-14, 06:54 PM
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Posted By Fewski

I should be fine, don't think it'll draw more...

I should be fine, don't think it'll draw more than 30 amps. So the following will work:

I think I figured it out... if I buy this:
http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNj...UE2zu/$_57.JPG

It'll...
10-15-14, 05:38 PM
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Posted By Fewski

I appreciate you're patience and I'm sorry if I...

I appreciate you're patience and I'm sorry if I keep asking dumb questions. :wall:

Wouldn't it be the same as plugging in a 3 prong plug in as it would be a 4 prong with one wire not attached?
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10-15-14, 05:23 PM
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Posted By Fewski

I think I see what you're saying Ray... I can...

I think I see what you're saying Ray... I can just plug the 3 wire plug into the dryer outlets 4 plug outlet, correct? I just need to make sure the wires match up to the correct plug in the wall and...
10-14-14, 07:40 PM
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Posted By Fewski

Thanks for the response Ray. The dryer cord has 4...

Thanks for the response Ray. The dryer cord has 4 cords though, so unless I change that connection which I don't plan on doing, I'll have 4 wires going to the outlet adapter, unless I missed what...
10-14-14, 06:24 PM
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Posted By Fewski

Thanks for the response. I wasn't changing out...

Thanks for the response. I wasn't changing out the dryer outlet. I was going to use the outlet that's already in the wall and make an adapter to plug in that goes to the 6-50r outlet to power my...
10-14-14, 05:35 PM
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Posted By Fewski

NEMA 14-30 to 6-50r adapter

I'm trying to make an adapter to hook up my dryer outlet (NEMA 14-30) to my welder (NEMA 6-50r). The dryer outlet is 4 prong while my welder is 3.

I know it's possible because this is being sold...
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