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WOODS INDUSTRIES EXTENSION CORD 20 amp. 250 volt. Requirements for indoor use. Gray vinyl jacketed. Resists moisture, abrasion, exposure to sunlight. Wire type SPT. Sleeve packed. UL listed. 9'.
The Coleman Cable 0568 Woods (9-Feet 12-Gauge 20-Amp) Extra Heavy Duty Major Appliance Cord is specifically designed for air conditioners, ranges and dryers. It features heavy-duty vinyl insulation and right angle plugs. This cord is only compatible with 250-Amp and 20-Amp appliances. It is 12 Gauge with 3 conductors. Comes in Beige.
I want return this cable let me know return policy. Or i need upside down cordPublished 12 months ago by anjum abbas
I had to return it. its not a NEMA 5-20R to a NEMA 5-20P... SO it would not work. Be careful and make sure its the wright product for you.Published 17 months ago by Mike Aldridge
Didn't work. The wrong terminal was sideways so it couldn't be plugged into any receptacle in my office. I did get a full credit for it though; no hassle.Published 18 months ago by Stephen M Jessup
Needs clear data stating it has non-standard plugs. Can't buy adapters. Have to cut off existing connectors and put standard plugs on it. I donated it to St Vincent's. Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by skeeter
Looked like a good, solid, long lasting cord, but it has an unusual plug in alignment so I had to return it.Published on June 20, 2013 by Kirk
The prong configuration is the opposite of the standard US 20 amp prong configuration. This will not work with most outlets and plugs. Do not buy!Published on May 28, 2013 by Ogator
i purchased this cable to use it in the USA, i don't have a similar plug in the house to plug in. uselessPublished on February 27, 2013 by jesus najera
I received a cable that I did not order, so I returned it for the one that ordered. After receiving the correct cable, I noticed that the plug configuration was not standard... Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by Tilford J. McCearley