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Leviton 515PR 15 Amp 125 Volt, Straight Blade Rubber Plug

Weight: 0.14 Lb, Brand Name: Leviton, Country Of Origin: China, Color: Black, Amp 125 Volt, Straight Blade Rubber Plug

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We analyzed 23,742 reviews for 46 products in the Plugs category.

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9.42 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Leviton 515PR 15 Amp 125 Volt, Straight Blade Rubber Plug

    The plug has an easy to screw in design that allows you to hold the wires in place while you tighten the screws. There is plenty of room to work, and a rubbery ring around the plug.

    The rubber body in the center of the plug provides additional grip, compared to a polymer-only body.

    It was not easy to connect the wires when attaching them, but a video on how to replace the Cord ends can be found on Youtube.

    I use several 10 gauge extension cords every day and between the heavy use and my knuckle head employees the male plugs need to be replaced, I buy these because they hold the cord well, securely connect at the wire leads and are big and easy to grab.

    The plug-end has a feature similar to the Pass & Seymor PS5266 with this built-in elastomeric husk, a grommet that hugs around the cord jacket, virtually stopping moisture and dirt intrusion.

    Common Questions


    I know the screw on the green wire goes to the green wire, but am I assuming it goes to gold and white as well as silver?


    From a basic electrical perspective green wire matches green "ground" screw, white wire matches the silver "neutral" screw and the black wire maches the gold colored "hotwire" screw.


    What is the maximum watt for this plug?


    It would seem that if you want to use it for something using 2500 watt, you would need a plug rated for 20 Amp.


    What is it made out of?


    I don't know if it's a plastic or not, but I used this to replace a broken plug on an old slot machine at my home.


    I bought ends that said they would work on 12-3 round wire, but they were not enough room to work. Will they work with this wire?


    Yes, if by 12-3 you mean that it will work, I bought multiple of these and used one to replace the end of a 12-2 with ground extention cord and the other for 10-2 with ground SO cord.


    Will it work to replace the head on the refrigerator cord?


    If one blade of your plug is turned 90 degrees then you need a 20 Amp plug, otherwise it's just a blade of your existing plug.

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