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1.83m Durable UK Dedicated Power Cable with Three-pin Plug

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  • This three-pin plug power cable allows equipment supplied with it to be adapted for connection to a standard UK mains power socket
  • This three-pin plug power cable is an ideal cable if you have lost or damaged your original power cable
  • Encapsulate the 3 pin plug, have a 1.83m cable
  • If you specify or purchase industrial power cable, you should have this durable three-pin plug power cable on your desk
  • High quality power cables, surge protectors, extension cable
  • This power cable is UK Dedicated
  • Size: 1.83m/6.0in(L)

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1.83m Durable UK Dedicated Power Cable with Three-pin Plug
1.83m Durable UK Dedicated Power Cable with Three-pin Plug


  • This three-pin plug power cable is an ideal cable if you have lost or damaged your original power cable

1.83m Durable UK Dedicated Power Cable with Three-pin Plug
1.83m Durable UK Dedicated Power Cable with Three-pin Plug


  • Encapsulate the 3 pin plug, have a 1.83m cable
  • High quality power cables, surge protectors, extension cable
  • This UK power cable allows equipment supplied with it to be adapted for connection to a standard UK mains power socket

How to Repair Electrical Wire?


Electrical wiring can typically become damaged during a home renovation project or even through age and typical wear and tear. It is never safe to operate a damaged electrical wire, so repair is needed the moment it is discovered. Cutting out the damaged section and splicing in a new piece will complete the project, as well as keep your electrical wiring up to code.


  • Turn the power off at the main service panel to the circuit with the damaged wiring. Circuit breakers are typically numbered on the inside of the door panel to help you locate the correct one to turn off.
  • Using the flashlight to see the damaged wiring, touch the test probe against it to determine that the power is off. If no lights on the probe come on, the wiring is "dead" and safe to work on.
  • 3Determine the extent of the damaged wire and cut several inches away on ether side of that section. Remove the cut piece.
  • Strip off three inches of the outer insulation on each end of the existing wire and then strip one inch of insulation off each wire inside the cable.
  • Measure the distance between the two wires and add 3 to 5 extra inches to allow for slack so it is not pulled too taut. Strip three inches of the outer insulation on each end of the new wire and then strip one inch of insulation off each wire inside the cable.
  • Attach the new wire to the existing wire. Twist together the same colored wires in a clockwise direction. Twist a wire nut on each wire connection.
  • Wrap each wire nut with electrical tape, starting one inch below the bottom of the wire nut, and working up to the top. This will further seal the connections.
  • Turn the power back on. Touch the test probe to the wiring to check for power.

How to Splice a Power Cord?


Power cords can break in the middle of any project. Repairing it should be a temporary solution, because permanently using a spliced power cord can be hazardous. The power cord should be replaced as soon as possible. Splicing a power cord for use in a dry location can be accomplished in a few minutes by following a basic process.


  • Remove the cord from its power source. Cut the cord fully in half with the pocketknife to reveal a clean cut to the copper strands.
  • Strip about two to three inches of the outer insulation from the cords, exposing the black, white and green wires on both ends. Some cords may not have a green grounding wire in the cable assembly.
  • Using the wire strippers, strip the black, white and green insulation to expose three-quarters of an inch to one inch of the copper wire. Twist the bare copper wires together using your fingers in the following order: Attach the two black wires to each other, as well as the white wires. The green wires, if used, must also be attached to each other.
  • Wrap three inches of electrical tape securely around the black wires. Cover the bare copper to insulate the connection. Perform the same operation on the white and green pairs.
  • Hold all the wires together and insulate the small bundle with the black tape. Attach one end of the tape to the outer insulation of the cord. Begin 1 inch from the exposed black, white and green wires. Cover the insulated wires by wrapping the tape around them in a continuous fashion until you have reached the other end of the outer insulation. This temporary splice will be sufficient for operation in a dry area.

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  • 1 x 1.83m Durable UK Dedicated Power Cable