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9 ft. 12/3 3-Wire Appliance Cord

$16.97 /each

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This 9 ft. 12/3(250V/20A) 3-Wire Appliance Cord extends power cords for refrigerators, microwaves, air conditioners and other appliances. Can handle a maximum of 5,000-Watt of power. This special cord is extra heavy duty rating for 250V/20A appliance, be sure the plug is connecting to 250V wall socket and receptacle is connectable with appliance at same configuration.

  • Extends power cords for: refrigerators, air conditioners and similar appliances
  • 9 ft. (2.7m) 3 conductor
  • AWG 12/3 SPT-3 vinyl cord
  • Rated: 20 Amp/250-Volt/5000 maximum watt
  • For indoor use
  • UL listed

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Is the plug for a normal 3 prong outlet

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November 6, 2015
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No, this is for a 240V 20A outlet. The rotated prong is opposite form the 120V 20A plug. It will not fit in any 120V outlet.
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This cord has NEMA 6-20 terminations, which are for 240v service. It will NOT fit a standard 120v outlet.
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August 21, 2015
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Absolutely not. I will be taking mine back ASAP. I imagine 90% or more are being returned because they are not for a normal 3 prong outlet.
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NO ... it will NOT work with a normal 115 volt, 15 amp outlet. I made the mistake and purchased it online and had my husband pick it up. I had purchased a smaller beverage cooler for his beer and we had to have a 3 wire appliance extension cord. The plug-ins (male/female ends) or whatever they are called are under the cardboard surrounding and we couldn't see them until we partially removed the cardboard Read More
NO ... it will NOT work with a normal 115 volt, 15 amp outlet. I made the mistake and purchased it online and had my husband pick it up. I had purchased a smaller beverage cooler for his beer and we had to have a 3 wire appliance extension cord. The plug-ins (male/female ends) or whatever they are called are under the cardboard surrounding and we couldn't see them until we partially removed the cardboard surround. I repeat..."WILL NOT" fit your standard household outlet. Don't make the mistake I did. I had to go back the next day and return it and purchase the only other appliance extension cord they had in stock that was just 6' long. The cord sku number for the 6' appliance cord is 277 711. It is 14 gauge/15 amp/125 volt. Can be used with refrigerators, microwaves, air conditioners and other appliances. I believe it was $11.97. Read Less
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March 14, 2015
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According to the detailed specifications this is a 20 amp *250* Volt cord.
You will need a special outlet like this one:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cooper-Wiring-Devices-Commercial-Grade-20-Amp-Straight-Blade-Single-Receptacle-with-Side-Wiring-White-1876W-BOX/203492426?keyword=203492426
This cord won't work with a 120 volt air conditioner.
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Yes, it is.
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August 11, 2014
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Hi BOB415,
Yes, this cord will work in a standard three prong 115/120 volt outlet.
Mike,
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Can this cord be used for a window AC Unit? Wondering if it is safe?

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ANd if the cord can handle the voltage or draw? Thanks
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Depends on the plugs, and you need to be sure that they're the right fit. If your line to the plug from the circuit breaker has high-enough capacity for the AC unit AND the plugs match - they may not - then you should be good to go. It's a high-capacity line, but, if the plugs don't match, it's useless for you.
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Depends on what type of electrical plug-in/cord your window AC has. If your window AC has a regular plug-in/cord for the average outlet (115 volt/15 amp) in your home...No.
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Depends on whether the AC unit is 240 volt or typical 120 volt.
This cord is designed for powering 240 volt appliances.
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Yes, the cord is rated 5000Watts / 20Amps, so fine for your 120v window a.c. unit.
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Can I used this on a refrigerator

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March 7, 2016
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It depends on the configurations of the plug and the wall receptical. As I noted in my own review, this plug is configured EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE of the way it should be if you're putting it into a 20-Amp wall socket!
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Yes, you can use this for a refrigerator.
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Can this be used for a dryer?

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I need a longer cord for my dryer, remodeling and need to move it.9 foot or more would work.
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You didn't specify whether it's a gas or electric appliance. If electric, probably not, as most of those are 220 volts, and, in any case, need higher amperages. There are special plugs for driers. Check yours first. Take a photo of your plug, and take the photo or your i-phone carrying the photo to the store.
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Not a good idea! Dryers normally use a 30-Amp circuit and this cord is only rated at 20-Amp. The connectors are wrong and the wire gauge is too small. Your options are to replace your dryer cord with a longer one (rated for the dryer) or move the outlet.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Check Your Wall Plate!!!! Check Your Wall Plate!!!! This item is configured exactly OPPOSITE the way it should be. It CANNOT fit into a standard 20-amp plug - the two prongs - horizontal and vertical - are mirror-imaged from what they should be! March 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Wrong prongs The prongs are not compatible to the 20 amp wall plates/outlets in the garage. The T is on the wrong side of the cord plug. May 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good for heavier loads A must for heavier loads, such as a wire a.c. unit, or a washing machine. Item was of good quality, and at a reasonable price. May 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works perfect for i needed Igive it a no.1 price ,and uuse it every day with no problem November 17, 2011
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