We have a "charging station" that has four USB ports on front and four regular outlets, two on each side, that was plugged into a bathroom outlet.
Now I am trying to remove it, but it seems to be stuck. There is enough for a gap at the back to see that it appears to be flexing both the back of the charging unit and part of the outlet, so I am afraid that if I pull harder something is going to break.
I have been trying to wiggle it up and down and from side to side in order to coax it out, but it is not working. It appears that the is a plastic "pin" (it's white anyway) that is going into one of the grounding holes and that is what is stuck.
It says GE on the front I have tried to look up what model it is hoping to find a manual or something that would give me a clue, but I have found nothing. How can I unplug this device without breaking either the device or part of the wall outlet?
Here is a third picture: it is not a GFCI output (there is no "reset" button on it) and the device is plugged into only the bottom outlet with a plastic pin plugged into the ground of the top, presumably to help stabilize it.