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100 ft. 14/3 Extension Cord

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The Husky 100 ft. 14/3 Red and Black Extension Cord is a medium duty indoor/outdoor extension cord for use with such devices as appliances and consumer electronics. This cord was made with vinyl jacket and molding plug. It has a durable strain relief to make sure the plug securely connected with cable.

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leaf blower 12 amps with 2 speeds

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what size extension cord outdoor 100ft
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Can this cord 92nd used to plug up a pool filter

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Yes, the extension cord can be used to power a pool filter.
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What. gauge for extension cord do I use for a 120 volt chain saw?

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Depends on how many amps you need to run your saw.
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The orange extension cord is 16 AWG rated to carry 10 amps. It is light duty wire. In general the worst that will happen if you try to push to many amps through it is that it will over heat and potentially melt. That would/should short the circuit throwing your circuit breaker. With luck it won't fail and turn you into a crispy critter.
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The orange extension cord is 16 AWG rated to carry 10 amps. It is light duty wire. In general the worst that will happen if you try to push to many amps through it is that it will over heat and potentially melt. That would/should short the circuit throwing your circuit breaker. With luck it won't fail and turn you into a crispy critter.
The amperage draw of you chain saw is more important than the voltage. The length of the distance between the electricity start point and end usage point - AKA saw - makes a difference also. The further you are from the electric outlet the lower the gage wire you will need. Once you know how long an extension cord you need and the amps draw of the saw you can check NEC (National Electric Code) charts to determine the size of wire to use. Your HD rep should be able to tell you what wire you need, if you have the specs. of your intended usage.
My son used a HD 16? inch chain saw, drawing just under 15 amps, with 16 gage wire and had no problems cutting up a large tree which had fallen in my back yard. The wire was 100 feet long. It did get warm, but did not fail or throw 15 amp circuit breakers. An appropriate wire would have been 14 awg, which is 15 amp rated for short distances. Read Less
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14/3 what does that mean? And is this a 14 guage cord?

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It means 14 gauge wire with 3 conducting wires inside the cord. Because my mower is 13 amp and I knew I would need 100' of cord to cover my yard, I chose the 14 gauge medium duty cord.
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Yes, this is a 14 gauge cord. The number 14 is the gauge (size) of the wires. The number 3 is the number of wires in the cable (cord) (One hot (black), one neutral (white) and one ground (green)).
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14 is the individual wire gage. Three is the number of wires in the cable. If you are making a long run such as 100 feet, using something that uses 15 amps- circular saw, etc. 14 gage will over heat. get 12 gage. The longer you run an extension cord or any wire the smaller the gage you will need to carry the current safely.
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100 ft. 14/3 Extension Cord is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 70.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor choice for cool or cold weather. The insulation becomes quite stiff even at 40F-45F. Makes... Poor choice for cool or cold weather. The insulation becomes quite stiff even at 40F-45F. Makes the cord very difficult to coil, uncoil and drag around the work site. I have a number of older extension cords that are much more flexible. Now that I'm on-line, I see they make a low temperature version. Guess I know why. To the positive, the connectors appear well made and it conducts electricity.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased this extension cord perhaps 12 - 18 months ago. It has been kept on a cord reel when... I purchased this extension cord perhaps 12 - 18 months ago. It has been kept on a cord reel when not in use and hung in my garage. Over time the cord has become 'kinked/twisted' over nearly half its length. This makes it difficult to drag around as it catches on even small obstructions. The sheathing has become increasingly abraded. It doesn't hold up to what should be normal use; in my case with a weed eater and leaf blower. Within the last couple of weeks, the ground post has fallen out of the male end of the plug, and wires are now protruding through the sheathing. I have cheaper extension cords that have held up much better. At this point, the cord is essentially non-useable. Poor quality.
Date published: 2017-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very good quality cable with ground. At this length it needs to be of a thicker gauge and this ... A very good quality cable with ground. At this length it needs to be of a thicker gauge and this cable is a good gauge. It is working well.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used this for outdoor Christmas lights. 14/3 is good for a lot of other uses for the length and i... Used this for outdoor Christmas lights. 14/3 is good for a lot of other uses for the length and is well made.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quite satis. Just what we were looking for to mobilize a shop vacuum cleaner in our back yard.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from used this with my snow blower couple of times and it worked with no issues. used this with my snow blower couple of times and it worked with no issues.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have had no problems with this cord. It seems to perform as advertised. I have had no problems with this cord. It seems to perform as advertised.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Great quality for the money. It is sturdy and easy to work with.
Date published: 2016-11-08
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