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Leviton

Model M24-05320-WMP

Internet #100055784

Store SKU #697882

Store SO SKU #162677

15 Amp Duplex Outlet, White (10-Pack)

$5.49 /package
Color/Finish: White
  • Ivory
  • Light Almond
  • White

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Leviton's comprehensive Residential Grade Receptacles portfolio includes devices rated for all residential applications in a variety of standard configurations. They are produced in an array of colors in both Decora and traditional styles. All duplex receptacles are designed with thermoplastic construction and feature a shallow build for maximum wiring room. Each duplex is also equipped with break-off plaster ears and tabs to allow for easy alignment and 2-circuit conversion.

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Do you have to put the wires on the screws and stab two in the back or can you stab all four of them in the back, because I kinda like that.

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September 2, 2016
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Yes, you can use the quickwire option to terminate the conductors instead of side-wiring the device, if you prefer. The quickwire holes will accept up to 14AWG wire.
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I assume you have two black and two white wires to attach to the outlet. Yes, you can "stab" all four and not use the side terminal screws at all. Be sure to match the wires to the correct sides of the outlet, of course: white wires to silver, black to copper.
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August 29, 2016
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In my opinion you can use the stab points only if you prefer..there should be no difference from using in combination..
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August 29, 2016
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Yes, you can stab all four wires in the back of the outlet. there are four holes there for doing that.
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August 28, 2016
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You can do either the screws or "stab". The choice is yours. It's mostly a matter of preference.
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Stab-in with screw down or spring release?

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October 21, 2015
I hate the stab-ins with spring release. Are these the spring release or the screw release, ie do you have to pry a tiny screwdriver in the back to release the stab-in or does the side screw secure the stab-in? Thanks, I wish there were more pictures.
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August 29, 2016
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Sorry Steve, they're the simple spring release.
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December 28, 2015
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The type of device that has a small hole to push a wire into and is grabbed by an internal spring usually has another hole or slot to push another scrap wire in against the spring to release your circuit wire. I usually grab the device pad pull lightly as I twist right and left. That almost always works the wire(s) out.
Personally, I NEVER connect a wire with this method. That is known for creating a bad
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The type of device that has a small hole to push a wire into and is grabbed by an internal spring usually has another hole or slot to push another scrap wire in against the spring to release your circuit wire. I usually grab the device pad pull lightly as I twist right and left. That almost always works the wire(s) out.
Personally, I NEVER connect a wire with this method. That is known for creating a bad connection as time goes by. I prefer the type that has a square washer(pressure plate) between the screw head and the base. You put the wire between the plate and the base then tighten the screw. That gives the best connection.
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October 25, 2015
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has option of either screw down or spring release for electrical connection. also has break-off tab to separate the outlets to different circuits.
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October 23, 2015
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The side screw has nothing to do with the push in as far as I have ever seen. Easy way to know is to look at the back of the plug. There will be one round hole for the wire and another hole for the release. I always use the side screws anyway. Yes it takes more time but you can disconnect it with out a problem over and over.
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October 23, 2015
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The 5320-WMP has the quickwire and side wire option. Quickwire is the spring release version and side wire is when the wire is wrapped around the screw.
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Which screw is load in and load out, top or bottom

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top is load in, bott5om is load out.
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I assume you have wires (hot/black + neutral/white) both entering and leaving the junction box.
In this case it does not matter whether the "line" (incoming power) or "load" (outbound circuit) is top or bottom - it will work either way. "Line" and "Load" are more important with GFIC outlets, not standard recepticles
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- The above assumes you did NOT break the tab between the screws, which
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I assume you have wires (hot/black + neutral/white) both entering and leaving the junction box.
In this case it does not matter whether the "line" (incoming power) or "load" (outbound circuit) is top or bottom - it will work either way. "Line" and "Load" are more important with GFIC outlets, not standard recepticles
Caveats:
- The above assumes you did NOT break the tab between the screws, which would effectively separate the two outlets, and prevent the continuous flow of electricity through the outlet
- Be sure to correctly wire white wires to the silver screws (they're marked "white") and black to brass screws - this applies regardless of the number of wires entering/leaving the box
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If you're asking about a receptacle, it doesn't matter. If your asking about a wall switch, Line on top load on bottom is preferred but not mandatory. If your asking about a larger switch Line (feed) on top and Load on bottom is code.
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December 22, 2015
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The top black and brass screw are the line terminals and the bottom black and brass screw are the load terminals.
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Replacement wall plug does not appear to function like the old replaced plug.

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December 8, 2015
I used standard no. plug 5320 to replace an old Leviton plug ( no part # shown on old plug but it looks more robust and is marked showing use for #12 and #14 solid wire only ). The old plug was controlled by a wall switch that also controlled a wall lamp in addition to the plug. I wired the new plug in the exact manner as the old plug was wired but the switch no longer works to shut off power to the plug and lamp. Both plug and lamp have power. Should #5320 work as a replacement in this case or do I need to use a different plug?
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If I understand you correctly your saying the switch controlled 1/2 of the receptacle and the other was hot all the time. If that is the case you need to look at the dark screws on the old receptacle. You should see the small strip of metal between the screws has been broken out. You must do the same to the new receptacle.
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December 15, 2015
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The 5320 can be used as a replacement for your application.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap and effective outlet Basic, effective, and cheap, especially in the 10-pack. The obvious choice if you're replacing multiple outlets. Functions as expected, no concerns. Considerations (these are not criticisms!) - The quick wire is a great feature, but only accepts #14 AWG wire - perfectly reasonable since this is a light-duty outlet, but be prepared to use the screw terminals if you find heavier #12 AWG wire in your existing boxes. - Know your colors - Ivory is not the same as Light Almond! Bring the old outlet or cover plate with you to match - it's difficult to choose the right color from memory July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I needed! The outlets were just what we needed to complete the electrical upgrades in our Firehouse exhibit. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Performed as expected. Performed as expected. Easy to install. Clean, white, glossy finish. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to beat the price for standard quality 15-amp outlets like these! Picked these guys up when I saw the 10 pack of toggle switches also from Leviton. Kept me at the same budget I had already planned for my project while also giving me extra replacements for other old outlets in my home. Wiring instructions can be found on the inside of the top flap. October 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap, easy, effective. Installation was a breeze. Everything is pretty straightforward and packaged. Happy with my new outlets. June 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy DIY Easy to use. Looks no different from the more expensive outlets. July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by another smooth purchase Good quality product with good looks and easy to install. April 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Levatol on duplex outlet The screws on this outlet strip very easily. The metal is a very low quality. The worst I've seen in decades April 5, 2016
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