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Re: Off for another adventure

#266725 by P89DC » Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:57 am

JPG wrote:
ryanbp01 wrote: . . . I am unable to figure out how the power cord is/was connected from the motor to the headstock and to and to the outlet. . . .
BPR


Outlet?????

Allow me to help expand your knowledge of American English. Perhaps going forward you could use a dictionary and become more independent as your knowledge grows:

outlet [ out-let, -lit ]
Electricity.
a point on a wiring system at which current is taken to supply electric devices.
Also called outlet box. the metal box or receptacle designed to facilitate connections to a wiring system.

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Re: Off for another adventure

#266761 by JPG » Wed Jan 22, 2020 9:04 pm

Power cord wiring is not 'connected' to an outlet, but rather is usually plugged into the outlet. The power cord wiring includes the plug which plugs into the outlet. FWIW what we typically refer to as an outlet is more specifically a receptacle.

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