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250 Ft. Spool, 22/2 Special Purpose, Plastic Covered Lamp Cord - Wire, (22 gauge - parallel 2 wire), CHOICE of 5 COLORS

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250 Ft. Spool, 22/2 Special Purpose, Plastic Covered Lamp Cord - Wire, (22 gauge - parallel 2 wire), CHOICE of 5 COLORS

250 Ft. Spool, 22/2 Special Purpose, Thin and Flexible, Plastic Covered Lamp Cord - Wire, CHOICE of 5 COLORS

Brand B&P Lamp Supply

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
46609 - Antique Brass Color, 22/2 Special Purpose, Thin Lamp Cord - Wire, 250 ft. Spool
$70.11
46620 - Clear Gold 250 ft. Spool, 22/2 Thin Plastic Covered Cord - Wire
$58.20
46621 - Clear Silver 250 ft. Spool, 22/2 Thin, Plastic Covered Cord - Wire

Regular Price: $69.38

Special Price $62.48

46622 - Black Color, 22/2 Special Purpose, Thin Lamp Cord - Wire, 250 ft. Spool
$58.20
46623 - Brown Color, 22/2 Special Purpose, Thin Lamp Cord - Wire, 250 ft. Spool

Regular Price: $63.30

Special Price $62.48

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250 Ft. Spool of 22/2 Special Purpose, Plastic Covered Lamp Cord - Wire, (22 gauge - parallel 2-wire). Very thin and flexible, special purpose lamp cord for wiring fixtures with narrow wire ways such as antique hanging lamps and chandeliers. Fine quality lamp cord but NOT U.L. LISTED. In addition, this cord is NOT recommended for use over 75 Watts (total load).

Your Choice of 5 Colors

46609 - Antique Brass, 250 Ft. Spool, Special Purpose 22/2 Lamp Cord - Wire

46620 - Clear Gold, 250 Ft. Spool, Special Purpose 22/2 Lamp Cord - Wire

46621 - Clear Silver, 250 Ft. Spool, Special Purpose 22/2 Lamp Cord - Wire

46622 - Black, 250 Ft. Spool, Special Purpose 22/2 Lamp Cord - Wire

46623 - Brown, 250 Ft. Spool, Special Purpose 22/2 Lamp Cord - Wire

Warning:

Caution: Electrical Hazard!

Important! You must remember that before you attempt to fit, replace, or remove any of the parts on an electric lamp or fixture you must always disconnect or unplug the lamp or fixture from any source of electricity before you begin. Simply turning the lamp "off" will not protect you from an electrical shock.

If you are not sure how to safely disconnect your lamp or fixture from its electrical source, you should contact a licensed electrician or your local power company for further instructions.

Legal Note:

California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.

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