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I have rope light with a big plug with fuses in the power cord.

I would like to shorten the power cord to 1 foot and replace the plug with a flat one(so it fits behind my crown molding better.


The problem is the fuses, how can I put them in my new power cord.



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I would say you can't. Either do without them, or find a way to include the plug w/fuse somewhere else in the circuit.


How about this: shorten the cord (stagger the splices to make it neater and less likely to short) using the original plug, and use a recessed (clock) receptacle to give the plug a place to fit.
 

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Originally posted by Larry Fine
I would say you can't. Either do without them, or find a way to include the plug w/fuse somewhere else in the circuit.


How about this: shorten the cord (stagger the splices to make it neater and less likely to short) using the original plug, and use a recessed (clock) receptacle to give the plug a place to fit.
What is a recessed receptacle? Where can I get one? Do you have a picture of one?


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What is a recessed receptacle? Where can I get one? Do you have a picture of one? Thanks, Ben
Google picture search. http://www.residential-landscape-lig...kRecepta-t.jpg Allows clocks hanging on the wall to sit flush. HD has them so most places would.
 

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Why, thank you, Scott!
 
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