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  • azshadeguy
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    Okay thanks it looks like the one from lowes will work

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by azshadeguy View Post
    Thermal Dynamics 75xlp power cord. Can someone tell me what king of plug came with the 220 volt machines?
    I have one that came without a cord.
    It was used and not working
    Someone took off a jumper wire off the power supply.
    Put one on and it works.
    What plug did it come with? Thermal Dynamics want over 100.00 for a 6 foot cord.

    Thanks and thanks Cruizer and Andy for the help on the passport last week. Serial number A91021AJ92801C
    240 Volt single phase???

    Max amp draw is 52 Amps..

    You should be fine with 6 Ga wire (6/3 STW or SOW ) and a 6-50 plug
    Sounds like a trip to the Home Depot or Lowe's for a fraction of their price

    OR a 6ft 50 Amp range cord with NEMA - 14-50P for $25.97

    http://www.lowes.com/pd_118694-58573...amp&facetInfo=

    here is the manual ... check the chart

    "APPENDIX I: INPUT WIRING REQUIREMENTS"

    http://victortechnologies.com/IM_Upl...29_Jun2003.pdf
    Last edited by H80N; 11-03-2014, 09:40 PM.

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  • azshadeguy
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    Thermal Dynamics 75xlp power cord

    Thermal Dynamics 75xlp power cord. Can someone tell me what kind of plug came with the 220 volt machines?
    I have one that came without a cord.
    It was used and not working
    Someone took off a jumper wire off the power supply.
    Put one on and it works.
    What plug did it come with? Thermal Dynamics want over 100.00 for a 6 foot cord.

    Thanks and thanks Cruizer and Andy for the help on the passport last week. Serial number A91021AJ92801C
    Last edited by azshadeguy; 11-04-2014, 06:02 PM. Reason: spelling
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