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For questions about extension cords -- i.e. lengths of flexible cord terminated in a cord-mounted receptacle or receptacles on one end and a plug on the other. They are used to bring power temporarily to a location where permanent receptacles are not available or for appliances that need to be mobile over large areas.

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I've noticed the same phenomenon at two out of three plugs in a system with two heavy duty extension cords connected in series to a 7 amp load off from a normal 230 VAC 10A NZ outlet. I carefully 'la …
answered Dec 7 '19 by KiwiME