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we are using existing wall receptical with two short extenstion co rds under the carpet for lamps
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Morning i looking for a switch Tyco Part number PT5F21E FE or
a replace part.
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Sorry Grainger doesn't sell Tyco parts. Check your part number may be is PT5F21E-KE and not PT5F21E-FE This part is a switch for power tools, this part is discontinue, the number that you have is only a Tyco number not the part number that you need, if this is a power tool switch call the dealer of the power tool and ask for this part or look his catalog to find the part number.
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I have an Induction motor
110V , 150W 2580 RPM
This motor drives some small hobby tools. I would like to regulate the RPM down. as much as possible .
there is very little toque required in the low speed ,just some buffing resin parts.
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Look item 5JJ60.
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I don't know what size of chain you have, look items 2YEH6, 2YEH5, 1A912, 1A911, 5TZL3 AND 5TZL4; they for chains.
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I need more information, the size of the wire depend on the load, AWG #10 for 30A, AWG#12 for 20A and AWG #14 for 15A. If the wire is too long, you have to go to a bigger size.
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hot food box basic heating pad its flat and has 2 wires extending from it
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I need more information (model and brand) call Grainger.
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In order to better assist you we will need additional information. Please call 1-800-Grainger to speak with a Customer Service Agent. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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I don't recall any SS-66, What is the NEMA plug configuration code for this plug/receptacle? if you don't know look Grainger catalog on page # 611.
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The brkr is 2 pole and takes 4 spaces in a panel.
It is appox. 6 1/2" long, 2" wide, and 3"deep.
It plugs in vertically to the bus bars and horizontally to the panel
The number is Sq D QO2100
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According to the manufacturer, the QO2100 is the number for a 2 pole 100 amp branch breaker. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss your panel in greater detail.

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Unfortunately, Grainger does not currently stock a decorative style fixture with a GFCI outlet.

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Look Grainger catalog page number 4221, items 4E644, 2E430, 3TZ57, 2E999, 4E649 and others items on that page.
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