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Posted on Can anyone give me a good place to buy a 220v extension cord?

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#1 posted 03-28-2011 03:51 AM

You didn’t say what you would use it for. If it is for a stationary tool just do what Loren said, but if it is for a portable tool, like a floor sander or buffer, you need to use twist lock type plugs. In either case, be sure the plugs and cord you use are rated for 220 volt service, or higher; most are, but it never hurts to read the labels.

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