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I have mounted my LCD to the wall and the TV came with a 6' power cord with a right angle 3-pin Shroud Female connector on one end and a straight 3-prong Grounded Plug Male connector on the other. (same as this one).

I've searched and searched, but have been unable to find an equivalent cord with right angle 3-pin Shroud Female and right angled 3-prong Grounded Plug Male. Has anyone see or heard of this?

Thanks in advance.

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Is this what you are looking for? It is the second item on the page.

http://www.accessories4less.com/cgi-...y/ACPowerCords

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Good Find............I think that's what he's looking for ?
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You can find right-angle plugs at Home Depot and electrical suppliers. Just cut off the straight plug and replace it with a right-angle plug. That is what I do.

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I am looking for a right-angle cord that plugs into a DVD (2 pin figure-8 style polorized) so I can fit it in a narrow cabinet. Anyone come across any of these anywhere? I can get the component and optical right angles but haven't been able to find the power cords.

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Not seen a cord with a right angle plug on both ends, however they may make one.

Here is a single ended right plug cord:
http://www.milestek.com/search.asp?l...=1&skw=3920172
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I don't need the three prong bigger plug, I am looking for the two prong figure 8 plug that is typical in smaller A/V components.
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I don't need the three prong bigger plug, I am looking for the two prong figure 8 plug that is typical in smaller A/V components.


Hard to find. The connector is called a "IEC-60320-C7 Right Angle"



Pics on this site about half way down, not sure if you can order from them:

http://www.yung-li.com.tw/EN/product...connectors.htm


This company also may have the cable you want:

http://www.quail.com
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Is this what you are looking for? It is the second item on the page.

http://www.accessories4less.com/cgi-...y/ACPowerCords

Got completely sidetracked with the holidays. That's exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the help.

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Is this what you are looking for? It is the second item on the page.

http://www.accessories4less.com/cgi-...y/ACPowerCords

dude, i've been looking for this all day online

i want to replace the power cable on my projector

not sure why i didnt look here first

thanks!
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You are welcome. Repay the favor forward if you will.

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That is the cable I am looking for as well but I need 15 cables and at $22 a pop (or $15 in bulk) that is PRICY. Anyone else find another website? I have been googling and calling companies for the past hour or so looking for someone else.
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That is the cable I am looking for as well but I need 15 cables and at $22 a pop (or $15 in bulk) that is PRICY. Anyone else find another website? I have been googling and calling companies for the past hour or so looking for someone else.

pliSkiNAKE,

what about this?...

http://www.*******.com/cable/p/P7CR-SR06.html

i actually bought one of these for my projector, but then went ahead and got the Tributaries cable mentioned above as it was much thicker and higher (perceived ) quality

not a bad price, but no where near as thick as the Tributaries cable

but if you need alot of them the price is right!

HTH,

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No, they have to have right angles on both sides. I am needing to attach them to Hobart scales. If it is a straight plug it will crush the cable. The scales are 50 pounds or so. I got a pretty good price quote from Quail.com though. Hope that works for me.
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This is what you are looking for. It's available on the same site. It is 12ft, but only 3.75 each. Sorry, I couldn't post it as a link because this is my first post. Just copy and paste the text between the brackets.

[a]http://www.*******.com/cable/p/P7CR-RR12.html[/a]

UPDATE link for the 6ft version of the cable:

[a]http://www.*******.com/cable/p/P7CR-RR06.html[/a]
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can you send me the pic for reference?
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I believe that I can help you.
I worked for the power cords factory.

and you can find more info on it.
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anyone know where I can buy some of those Yung-Li cables in small quantities? I've never seen them anywhere. Stuff like this:

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some people asked me some power cords,but all are don't know the demension.

I hope that you can learn more about it when you need it


you can browse our company's tech for it.

http://www.cnpowercords.com
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Although there are some good suggestions here, since my Plasma is wall mounted, I had an AC outlet installed in the upper right hand corner of the wall space behind the TV. Thus I'd like to have a 3 ft power cord with right-hand plugs on both ends. The shortest one I've found is 6 ft in the above post.

Does anyone know where I can find one of these?
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Google Americord and look up power cords. They offer less expensive ones.
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Google Americord and look up power cords. They offer less expensive ones.

Thanks, but I've looked there already. The only one they sell with the right-angle plugs on both ends is 9 feet long.

Anyone else have any other suggestions?
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This place has 1.5 ft and 3 ft double right angle cords.

accessories4less.com
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I found another place that has them, quail.com. Their price is $6.40 each, but the minimum order charge was $50. So, compared to accessories4less.com you'd be spending more, but then you'd have 6 power cards.
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Found a 9 footer with R/A at both ends at Americord (800) 647-6231
for $6.04 plus shipping. Enter item # 1081 in the search field.
SKU is 4212825.000.1081
With more TV's being mounted on the wall with very little clearance, I hope this helps!!
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