2nd row power outlet

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elp_jc

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I need to check if mine works, just to know. By the way, if there's a 30A fuse, it should allow 360W (or at least 300W), not 150W. Oh well. IMO, why bother with just 150W, especially if you can't even power a freaking laptop. Oh well.
 
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2021 Calligraphy. Is there a trick to plugging in a power cord to the "household" power outlet? I have tried 2 different plugs and cannot seem, to insert either plug thus far, simply cannot get the prongs to go into the socket. Thank you
Plug it in slightly. Rotate 90° and push in.
 

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I have never had any difficulty plugging anything into mine.

I just asked because if you don’t half-plug it in and then twist to line everything up, you’re just trying to push the prongs into plastic.
Right just turn it clockwise once you put the prongs in and they will go in once you turn the outlet. Child safety procedures.
 
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2021 Calligraphy. Is there a trick to plugging in a power cord to the "household" power outlet? I have tried 2 different plugs and cannot seem, to insert either plug thus far, simply cannot get the prongs to go into the socket. Thank you
Rotate the inlets of the female connection
 
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