I have bought a coffee maker with a European plug which doesn't have a grounding pin like our plugs here in Israel have. Here is a picture of the splitter I use and the European power plug:
As seen here, Israeli power outlets have a grounding hole at the bottom as opposed to the grounding pin at the top protruding from european outlets and this creates a dilemma. If the grounding hole was located at the top, I could modify the European plug to attach a pin in order to ground the appliance, but in my situation I can't.
Is there a way around this? What can be done to accomplish what I want?
UPDATE: I have recalled that I already had old coffee maker with Israeli plug, look:
Should I cut new coffee maker's wire where plug EU begins and then attach old coffee maker's plug? Or I should disassemble new coffee maker, find wire's beginning in coffee maker's base and completely cut wire later replacing it with old coffee maker's wire?
Another question I had is what if to recreate pin in EU plug and turn EU plug upside down so it can be connected to Israeli socket like this:
Of course N and L will switch places however.