- AC power cord for vacuum cleaners
- 50 feet in length
- Standard NEMA 5-15P grounded plug
Electrolux 52370-12 50' Supply Power Cord
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The Electrolux 52370-12 50' supply power cord has a standard NEMA 5-15P grounded plug and replaces the power cord used with Electrolux, Eureka, and Sanitaire vacuum cleaners (sold separately).
Electrolux manufactures kitchen, laundry, and other appliances for consumers and professional users under the brands Eureka!, Frigidaire, and Sanitaire, among others. The company, founded in 1919, is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
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The original cord on the carpet cleaner made it impossible to clean both the dining room and living room without changing outlets.
I would have to change outlets at least once. I could not make a connection in the same location that I can with the vacuum cleaner with it's 30' cord and clean the carpets throughout the entire house. I had to plug into an outlet in each room with the carpet cleaner. I also had to plug into two different outlets to clean the carpet in the Master Bedroom.
With this 50' power cord I can plug into the centrally located outlet and clean the entire house with cord length to spare. The cord fits neatly on the cord holder located on the carpet cleaner. I originally thought that 50' would be too long, but it fits perfect!
Replacing the old cord with the new 50' cord was a snap. I simply removed the back of the carpet cleaner taking care to make mental notes of how Hoover wraps the cord around the interior of the unit to provide a strain relief for the power cord.
There is also a strain relief that comes out of the back of the carpet cleaner that you can reuse by pulling the old cord out it and then slipping the new cord into that same strain relief.Read more ›