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Circle wire 18/2

Circle wire 18/2

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I found this back in the mid 1990s in my mother’s 96 year old aunts house. Not sure how old it is, but I’m sure she had it a long time. Wire is still in good shape too.

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120/240VAC @ 60HZ


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Apr 30, 2020 at 09:03 PM Author: LampLover
Neat, SPT-1 is not allowed to be used in newer lamps and fans and other devices that actually still use the SPT type cord and not the newer NISPT type. I still use quite a lot of SPT-1 when I rewire lamps as the thicker SPT-2 will not fit in the older lamps tubing or pipe

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