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an electric cord used to extend the length of a power cord

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She had her phone plugged into the extension cord and it was by the bathtub, and I did it, she did it, we all had sat there in the bathtub with our phones plugged in and played our games," the girl's stepmother, told CNN at the time.
The document also alleged that a gash to the head that Engels said was the result of the extension cord was in fact from an earlier fight at a nightclub.
She told News 24: "She walked in with an extension cord and just started beating me with it.
Extension cords, power cords and cables are subject to continuity and resistance testing under Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations, according to an Aug.
While having an extension cord is important for having those electronics in a bunk bed, there will also be dorm storage solutions that are necessary for storing those electronics.
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The connector in the photo of the modern extension cord is marked 15A, 250V; 20A, 125 V.
Overloading electrical outlets and the use of an abundance of extension cords can also spark a blaze.
Having three dogs, I decided that it is cheaper for me to go and buy a 50-meter outdoor extension cord than have veterinarian bills because seeds got in my cocker spaniels' ears.
That first year, Elgin Recycling collected under 30,000 pounds of lights and extension cords, said Brittany Simon, the environmental director for Elgin Recycling.
A power strip connected to an extension cord running up to the upper floor and multiple, lightweight extension cords running off it powering cellphone chargers, lamps, a refrigerator and other devices.
Additionally, many decorate and then try to figure out where the decorations or lights will get plugged in after they're done, often resulting in multiple decorations being plugged into a single outlet or running extension cords all over the lawn, both of which create numerous hazards.
Under its new policy, United's staff will move passengers from their seats if they are unable to lower the arm rest and buckle a seatbelt with an extension cord.
He also saw part of an extension ladder tied to a 100-foot extension cord laying on the ice.
Never file or cut the plug blades or grounding pin of an extension cord or an appliance to plug it into an old outlet.