Re: Can you use a 3 prong cord with a 4 prong 220v?
I have to agree with Jay on using the earth ground. In most cases in a properly wired house, the neutral is tied to earth ground anyway. However, if something goes wrong and you loose that connection....And as we all know, there is a lot of juice there...it may be all amps and little voltage....but Murphy really has a sick sense of humor.
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