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  1. #26
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    Re: L14-30P, vs. L15-30P:

    Makes sense to me. I can mount a box to the outside of the enclosure and install an inlet through a flat faceplate and that may clear it up? Is what you call a "chase nipple" a nipple for interconnecting the additional box through the enclosure where the wires will route through?

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    Re: L14-30P, vs. L15-30P:

    A chase nipple is a smooth throat threaded fitting with threads on one side and a flange of the size required to fit the hole.
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    Re: L14-30P, vs. L15-30P:

    Quote Originally Posted by smilindave View Post
    A chase nipple is a smooth throat threaded fitting with threads on one side and a flange of the size required to fit the hole.
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    Hey thanks Dave. I'll grab a few of those tomorrow as I need to get by the supply house anyways.

    I didn't install that cord myself. It was like that when the saw was purchased. I installed the L15-30 plug to show as reference to ensure I was on the same page as skilled electricians. I'd surmised I was incorrect and appreciate the guidance.
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    Re: L14-30P, vs. L15-30P:

    Purchased a dozen each of L15-30P, and L15-30R from Amazon receiving on Friday afternoon. These are off brand but very high quality from OCS Parts. They came in quickly and I am quite pleased overall. I ordered on Jan 2nd, and received on Jan 6th so not bad. I've ordered from them in the past and been satisfied so pretty good people to deal with

    https://www.amazon.com/OCSParts-L15-...ywords=L15-30R

    https://www.amazon.com/OCSParts-L15-...ywords=L15-30P

    Found a brand new package of T&B 1/2" cord grips on ebay for a really good price so got those acquired as they fit my 10/4AWG SO cord just fine:

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    Each machine will have a small "dongle" cord hanging from it with a male spade twist lock plug. This way I'll only carry a couple of extension cords with me to power any certain machine.
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    Re: L14-30P, vs. L15-30P:

    Looks good.

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    Re: L14-30P, vs. L15-30P:

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie B View Post
    Looks good.

    Willie
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