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Old 23-05-2010, 19:10   #16
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I think you will want the 50' cord.

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I have 2 25' cords so that when we are close I don't have to wrangle the weight and I can add the extra cord if we need it.


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Hum, ground lug burnt? Isn't the ground for grounding electrial stuff? It's purpose is to provide a path to ground for stray current. I would shut off the power to the pedestal, unhook the power cords, get out the multimeter and test for a short . Stray current is bad current.

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