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What type of wall plug can I use for this air conditioner! My whole house is 110 or 220

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If it is a 110 unit,use a regular wall receptacle ,if it is a 220 unit,use a 220 receptacle for 220 it will be made larger and different.Draw a picture of the plug on the end of the cord and go to the hardware store and get them to help you i d the plug.some 110 units are 40 amp,and are a little different than the regular 110 house hold 20 amp receptacle.

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