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Hi,

I agree with Mongo. It's a European 220V receptacle. The metal clips are not current carrying, they're the equipment-grounding lugs. I'll bet that homeowner had a dual-voltage rig with a european plug on it and that is some kind of adapter. I used to have a vacuum cleaner like that which I'd brought back from Germany. We did it the other way; we had an adapter that stayed on the end of the cord. It's the same idea though.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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This plug looks kind of like it. This one looks smaller.I wish I had tested it.

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