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It's a standard IEC C15 plug, known as a "Jug Plug." It's the same as the standard C13 plug, but has a ridge to prevent a C13 being inserted.
C13 connectors are rated at a lower temperature than C15, so C15 are used for kettles & similar. A C15 can be used in any situation.
Avalable at any electrical parts store or electrical retailer.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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