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Topic # 196514 2-Jun-2016 20:49
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Hi All,

 

Does anyone have any braided power cable lying around in Auckland that they can part with.

 

I only need about 1.5m to repair my toasted sandwich maker. ( I know I can buy a new one for $10 but this a good one worth repairing )

 

I am looking for 3 core, does not need a 3 pin plug but if it does it saves me a few minutes.

 

Something like this

 

http://www.electrical.co.nz/cordset-2m-3075-braided-non-kink-be-3-pin

 

or this

 

http://www.trademe.co.nz/building-renovation/electrical-lighting/cabling/auction-1094525271.htm

 

Let me know if you have something.

 

Cheers

 

John





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  Reply # 1564571 2-Jun-2016 20:49
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Hmmmm. Here we go.





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  Reply # 1564576 2-Jun-2016 20:52
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Buy an old electric iron, and cut it's cord off.








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  Reply # 1564579 2-Jun-2016 20:56
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Aredwood:

 

Buy an old electric iron, and cut it's cord off.

 

 

Did not think of that, good idea, I will have a look in the second hand shops over the weekend if nothing comes up.

 

 





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