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Download: Residential Product Sheet

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Download the AC WORKS™ Residential Power product sell sheet here.

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User Manual: 15, 20 and 30 Amp Straight-Blade or Locking Inlet

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1. CABLE: Provide a cable of applicable ampacity, service and temperature rating suitable for the conditions of use and location. The plugs and connectors are designed for use with 3, 4, or 5 conductor cables with a diameter from .375’’ to 1.156’’ (12/3 SJ through 8/5 S). 2. CORD CLAMP PREP: Gray colored cord clamp inserts preinstalled for use with .550’’ to .875’’ cable diameter. For other sizes: A. Loosen and remove the cord clamp assembly from the housing. B. Remove the gray colored cord clamps from the cord clamp assembly. C. Replace with an appropriately supplied cord clamp insert:...

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User Manual: 30 Amp Inlet Box

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IMPORTANT! Installation of your AC WORKS™ brand temporary power inlet box and associated wiring must be performed by a licensed electrician in compliance with all applicable codes. Mount the temporary power inlet box in a suitable location using the holes provided in your AC WORKS™ brand inlet box packaging. All wiring methods and materials must conform to NEMA practices. Route the conduit or cable through one of the provided knockouts in the inlet box. Route the cable or conduit to the junction box. All conductors are to be at least 10 AWG but not exceeding 8 AWG.  Include a ground wire...

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AC Connectors Limited Warranty

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AC WORKS™ brand products, excluding DIY products, are protected by a 5-year limited warranty.  The DIY products are protected by a 1-year limited warranty.  This limited warranty covers defects in product material, craftsmanship, and performance that occur under normal use of the product.    This limited warranty does not cover any damage or malfunction directly or indirectly caused by, or due to, or resulting from, normal wear or deterioration, abuse, misuse, negligence, accident, lack of or improper use, maintenance, storage or transport including, but not limited to the following: Failure to follow instructions and user manuals, maintenance and warnings published with the...

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Download: Safety Guide

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1. EXTENSION CORD SAFETY: - Never remove an extension cord's grounding pin to make it fit into a 2-prong outlet. The grounding pin helps to trip the breaker, stopping electricity.  If you remove the pin, electrocution can occur. - Don't run electrical cords under any rugs or furniture, tape them to the floors or attach them to surfaces with staples or nails (metal). - If your cord starts to feel warm or hot to the touch, stop use right away.  The cord feels hot to the touch    because it is overloaded and should be changed to a cord with...

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