Converting L5-15 plug to standard 3 prong??

capeapeJune 15, 2010

Hello, I just purchased some display cases that have L5-15 plugs on them. Is there an adapter I can buy so that I can plug these into the wall?

Here's two pics. Thanks for your help!!

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brickeyee

Either change the plug or make an adapter cable.

The adapter cable will need the female L5-15 and a regular plug.

Changing the plug to a standard one only takes a single part (per replaced plug) and about 10 minutes.

    Bookmark   June 15, 2010 at 4:03PM
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