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Old 05-23-2018, 12:51 PM   #27 (permalink)
oil pan 4
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Looks something like this.

The neutral prong on the old 5-15p was a little burned. These 12 amp 120v chargers should probably be using TT-30 the newish small camper receptacle or L5-30 plus and receptacle, just because you can be drawing 12 amps for 20+ hours, things heat up.
Or repurpose a 10-30 dryer cord for 120v, just make the left prong your neutral when looking at the receptacle and L prong the groumd. Something that I have seen on old military generators.
I use L5-30 for my 120v master cord and 120v tig welder.
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