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I understand it is a 20A circuit and required in the kitchen, so does one need a special plug or can a standard 15A plug be used. If not, then does one have to change all of ones electrical plugs to suit?
 

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Unless you are in Canada, the 20 amp receptacles are not required in the us.
It should be a combo, that allows a 15 amp plug to fit as well as a 20 amp plug.
 

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Yep, I am in Canada and thanks. As long as I can plug in a standard kettle or toaster I can use all T types in the kitchen. I was hoping I could find out on line rather than run down to the locat hardware store and actually try the regular plug in a 'T' socket. Thanks again.
 

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Your good to go with the plugs you have on your applicances.

If you happen to find a appliance with a 20A t-slot, please let me know and I will start to understand a little more why we have to put 20A t-slots in a kitchen when I have never seen a household appliance with a 20A cord end.
 
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