Kipor hookup plug

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  1. kennygd

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    :Smile:Just taken delivery of the much talked about Kipor, in with the pack there are two hookup blue plugs so you can attach a cable yourself, however, there are no markings on the terminals in the plug to say what wire goes where, I take it that the thickest pin is the earth, are the other two pins wired the same as a domestic plug, brown to the right, blue to the left ? I wish I had known it needs a crane to lift it:thumb:
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    hi, you'll find it below your avator space on the left of any of your posts.

    your number is
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    new member dave....first post. :thumb:
     
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    your FUNSTER NO 10587:Doh:
     
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    looking from the back of the plug....

    large terminal (earth) at the bottom .. live (brown/red) to the left...neutral (blue/black) to the right.:thumb:

    you've got me thinking now :Eeek:
     
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    Heavy? Crane? Which model did you choose?

    JJ

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    Spot on. Opened up one of plugs that came with my Kipor.

    As above and there is a marking"L/+" on the left of the left pin. No marking on the right pin. If you look through the cord grip you will see the earth symbol, three bars like an xmas tree, above the connector
     
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    Bought the 2600 and the best part is on the box is shows a picture of a man strolling down which looks like a beach with a Kipor and it says ' Lightweight and compact light enough to hold with one hand' they are aving a laught:Rofl1:nearly killed me trying to lift the thing with both hands.
    kennygd:thumb:
     
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    you must have one with oil and fuel already in it :Rofl1:

    my 2600 only weighs 3kg...its the oil thats heavy. :thumb:

    took me by surprise as well the first time i picked it up.:Wink:
    saying that...have you felt the weight of a Cadac carrychef delux ?
    they have a pic of a bloke walking over a beach as well. :Eeek:
     
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    i had to check on one of my garage wall mounted sockets.....you would expect it to be the same as a 3 pin plug but it aint. :Doh:

    thats why in my post i said....you've got me thinking now.
     
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    I understand now Kenny... but you have over two times the power i have from my little baby...

    Micro-wave city!!!!

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    John.....here your having a laugh......the 2600..."HELLO".."3kg"!!!!!!! (Net weight(kg) 26) .......no wonder you have sciatica the items you are lifting are heavier than you think :Rofl1: :Rofl1:

    Mel
     
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    and yer call yersel a yorkshireman.......yorkshire wit, mate....yorkshire wit. :Rofl1::Rofl1:

    when i bought mine i looked at the spec first so knew a bit about it before buying......like the weight and size !!!:thumb:
     
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    its under your user name when you post.
     
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