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wall outlet

[′wȯl ¦au̇t·lət]
(electricity)
An outlet mounted on a wall, from which electric power can be obtained by inserting the plug of a line cord.

wall outlet

An electrical receptacle, whose face is flush with a wall, into which a plug is inserted.
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iGo Wall Outlet with automatic shut-off and recovery.
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Before any work is done on your electrical system, always disconnect power from the circuit breaker panel or fuse box before attempting to replace a worn or damaged wall outlet (or call a qualified electrician to perform the work).
A tangled mass of colored extension cords connected these lit elements to a wall outlet.
It features a circuit board-mounted power supply internal to the printer housing, requiring only an AC power cable that plugs into a wall outlet.
The unit has a fully soundproofed hopper, infeed, and base, and it works at 115V power, so it can be plugged into a standard wall outlet.
Its battery has an 18-ampere-hour capacity can be recharged during the day using the supplied solar panel, your car, a portable generator, or an AC wall outlet.
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