|Product Depth (in.)||1.43 in||Product Height (in.)||.54 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.58 in|
|Amperage (A)||15 A||Color Family||Black|
|Color/Finish||Black||Connection Type||Straight Blade|
|Durability||Not Applicable||Electrical Features||No Additional Features|
|Maximum Amperage (A)||15 A||Mounting Type||Plug-In|
|NEMA Configuration||NEMA 5||Number of Poles||2|
|Package Quantity||1||Plug Configuration||5-15|
|Voltage (V)||125 V||Wire Type||3-Wire|
|Certifications and Listings||CSA Listed, UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||2- year limited|
A: Flat or phillips head screw driver will work.
A: Hard to be exact not knowing the thickness of your cord, some have greater thickness in the cord cover and its insulation. In my earlier review, the opening is about the size of a pencil, but there is no adjustment for cord thickness. You might want to go with a plug that has an adjustable part for thicker cords. One such plug is also sold by Home Depot: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Leviton-15-Amp-125-Volt-Rubber-Grounding-Plug-R60-515PR-000/100011602?MERCH=REC-_-pip_alternatives-_-205165472-_-100011602-_-N&
A: No, the jacket would be too large to fit through the hole.
A: No, it's made for low current applications.
A: I replaced the plug on my Skil saw it worked out great
A: If you look very closely as I had to because I didn't see a brass colored terminal at first you'll see that the colors of the screw terminals are indeed different colors, one yellow than the other. Not as obvious as with past plugs, but indeed a different color. It's been too long since I installed mine. Look closely, a small flashlight might help to differentiate between the two.