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Model 51926

Internet #203806493

50 ft. 3-Wire 16-Gauge Grounded Indoor/Outdoor Extension Cord

$24.42 /each
  • Extends reach and adds extra outlets where needed most
  • Ideal for appliances and power tools
  • Double insulated cord/one-piece molded plug for added durability

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Extend the reach of your home's small appliances and electronics with a General Purpose Extension Cord from GE. Perfect for small appliances or power tools requiring 13 amps or less, the 50-foot extension cord features a double-insulated cord, one-piece molded plug construction adding extra durability and polarized security for proper alignment of hot and neutral wires. For use with hand drills, jig saws, shop lights and more.

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what it the difference between a 14 & 16 gauge extension cord?

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SAUD
Virginia Beach, VA
March 29, 2013
I bought a B & D electric edger and it calls for a 14 Gauge cord, will a 16 do?
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October 30, 2013
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The gauge, a 14 gauge can carry more current with less voltage drop, It can better run equipment that had a bigger current draw. Typically a 16 gauge cord is for lower power consuming uses. a 100 ft 16 gauge cord is good for 10 amps or (1200 watts) generally and a 100 ft 14 gauge cord is 15 amps (1800 watts) generally. Read the packaging and labeling to make sure you are not over loading the extension Read More
The gauge, a 14 gauge can carry more current with less voltage drop, It can better run equipment that had a bigger current draw. Typically a 16 gauge cord is for lower power consuming uses. a 100 ft 16 gauge cord is good for 10 amps or (1200 watts) generally and a 100 ft 14 gauge cord is 15 amps (1800 watts) generally. Read the packaging and labeling to make sure you are not over loading the extension cord. Read Less
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March 29, 2013
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Hello Saud, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
You will need to use a 14 gauge extension cord. The edger draws a lot of power, and especially given the long length of cord required, you will want to use the larger size 14 gauge cord as specified by the edger manufacturer.
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Chris.
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