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Sorry, I meant something like this @Wayner -- https://www.amazon.com/Leviton-5266-C-Industrial-Grounding-Black-White/dp/B001VXU4TC/ref=pd_sim_60_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=9BFWXZRVFF5SWYS9PXV9Honestly, it was a stupid move on my part. I won it on eBay without seeing that it was a 20-amp unit. The reason I am even considering trying to work with it is because the SurgeX stuff seems to be pretty high quality, and I was able to get this for a quite reasonable price. I was trying to get a reality check here and see if it was worth messing around with or if it was a lost cause.
I would buy the duplex receptacle which the stock plug of your device can fit. Rather than cut the cord.such as:https://www.amazon.com/Pack-Pass-Seymour-Receptacle-Isolated/dp/B01N07YBOV/ref=sr_1_14?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1489607737&sr=1-14&keywords=20+amp+duplex+receptacle4 of these guys $10I despise Leviton btw. And like Pass&Seymour. Levitron have weak as tinfoil holding power. The Pass&Seymour really grip well. and continue to do so for many years.Anyway,most AUDIOPHILE duplex have the 20 amp plug holes anyway.look at Furutech: https://www.vhaudio.com/acreceptacles.html Cheapest is about $70So I say buy the fitting duplex and stick it in the wall. Then your cord fits, stock.I have replaced all the duplex in my apartment when I moved in! With Pass&Seymour.First off a new stock duplex has good tension in the prongs. Old duplex are typically WORN OUT, andfail to grasp the plug well.Anyway, this is my suggestion.Good luck. PS I use a Furman REF20i conditioner. I replaced it's 20 amp chassis IEC with a Furutech 15 amp so I can use a stock aftermarket powercord. No problem.
This is a joke? how would use a 20Amp plug or outlet inside a private home illegal? A 20 ampere plug is even more robust than a 15A.
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