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If you're trying to plug a 3 prong connector into a 2 prong outlet you'd be safer to convert the outlet to a 3 prong (grounded) outlet. Otherwise, if you're feeling ornery, you can just break the 3rd prong off of the plug and plug it right in. They also make a 3 prong to 2 prong adapter that you can get at any hardware store.

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