Power cord too short on Joey Access Point 2


Drawing about 17.5 watts, it would seem that a normal 16 gauge indoor cord would be fine.
Alright you clowns! I want to know what happened in 1960 that pertains to extension cords. Still waiting for illumination.
Alright, spoiled sport. :bday In the 60's, NEMA electrical code make polarized extension cords (small slot=Hot, large slot = Neutral) were mandatory. Before that both slots were the same size. Lots of zaps avoided! And also newer switching power supplies like the ones on the Joey's require Hot being Hot and Neutral being Neutral or bad things can happen, like poof!

Now, you've ruined a perfectly good (Who's on First) thread!!! ROFL! :bluesbros;)