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Old 05-17-2015, 02:41 PM   #11
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Was going to do the same until I took the existing outlet out and saw its a splecial all-in-one outlet and encloser for very shallow spaces. If you can find/order an outlet type like what's there, it would be a 10 min job as it's one shared cavity.

That requires too much advanced planning for me... So I buttoned it back up and plugged back in our white appliance extention cord stuck up under cabinet and plugged the coffee pot back in. 😘
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Old 05-17-2015, 03:53 PM   #12
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Was going to do the same until I took the existing outlet out and saw its a splecial all-in-one outlet and encloser for very shallow spaces. If you can find/order an outlet type like what's there, it would be a 10 min job as it's one shared cavity.

That requires too much advanced planning for me... So I buttoned it back up and plugged back in our white appliance extention cord stuck up under cabinet and plugged the coffee pot back in. 😘
Sounds like it isn't so easy to change, thanks for the info. Maybe at the rally I will find out if they have that special type outlet of course we will need to pay someone to put it in.
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Old 05-17-2015, 03:57 PM   #13
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Have an outlet like that also....I just bought another outlet...box and cover and wired the new on in by splicing into the wires of the original box. Moved it a lot closer to the coffee makers. The original one is still functional. I use it for charging the cell phones and my cordless drill.
Sounds like that works, now all I need is to find someone who can do it, without charging a arm and leg. Terrific ! Thanks
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