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extension cord

[ik′sten·chən ‚kȯrd]
(electricity)
A line cord having a plug at one end and an outlet at the other end.
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Although most chargers have water safety protections, many extension cords to power outlets do not have the same features.
Both agreed with the Secretary that MSHA's policy regarding continuity tests for extension cords was not a substantive rule change to [section]56.
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The cable in the photo of the modern extension cord is marked (Type) SOOW, 3/C (conductor), 14AWG, 90oC, 600V.
Make sure to use only extension cords marked for "Outdoor Use" for exterior needs.
The number of pounds of lights and extension cords turned in for recycling has varied over the years as residents become aware of the program or decide to throw out strands of Christmas lights that have been kicking around for years, Ruen said.
She added that the owner of the building said he previously told the tenant to remove the extension cords.
Don't place plug connections near gutter downspouts or in low areas where water collects, and run extension cords along building foundations or fences; it keeps them from becoming a tripping hazard.
Using an indoor extension cord outdoors could result in an electric shock or fire hazard.
We've all heard about the guy (or gal) who wants to save a few steps when rolling up an extension cord (or any electrical cord for that matter)--so they just give it a jerk--from 20 feet away.
to see the extension cord from that vantage point as
An orange extension cord hangs from the top of the photo and forms a tangle on the ground, as if linking the daydream of heaven depicted on the wall to a sadder reality.