AC WORKS® Connector — March 2019

Keep your Puppy Safe in your Home or RV

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We want to discuss the wide range of electrical hazards to watch for before you bring your new puppy into your house. Just like a child, puppies will require constant supervision. There are many dangers in your home to be aware of. It is important to know about these dangers and how to avoid them.

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You Don't Have to Buy a New Generator, We can Help

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Do you own a generator and it does not have the correct outlet?  You need to rent a generator but the only option available to you has an outlet that does not pair with your needs?  Are you considering purchasing a whole new generator or trying to change your generator outlet?  There are many reasons your generator might now work for your needs but we also have many solutions to provide you. 

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How to Power your Tanning Bed

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So, you got a home tanning bed and you don’t know how to power it?  First, you will need to determine if your bed requires a 120 Volt or a 240 Volt power source.  You will need to search the products user manual or product tags to figure out which type of voltage is required to run your specific tanning bed model.  It is suggested by tanning bed manufacturers to keep one bed on its own individual circuit breaker or they will likely trip the breaker causing you other problems.  The power sources most likely needed to power your home...

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The Truth About 2-3 Prong Adapter and Outlet Safety

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2-3 prong adapters will come with a small metal grounding prong attached to them.  The prong is a square shaped piece of metal with a circle in the middle.  This grounding prong is attached so you can connect your adapter to the grounding source.  All you do is install the outlet cover plate screw through the hole in the metal ground pin and your adapter will become grounded.

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