CEB Press/Manufacturing Instructions/Linked Extension Cord
- Straight Pattern Tin Snips
- Wire Strippers Compatible with 16 Gauge
- Crimpers Compatible with 16 to 22 Gauge Connectors
- Measuring Tape
- Compatible Set of a Soldering Iron and Solder, as well as a Soldering Stand and a Wet Sponge or Wet Paper Towel
- Extension Cord of 50 feet (about 15 meters) having 16 Gauge Wires
- Female Insulated Electrical Connector for 16 to 22 Gauge
-  Battery Alligator Clips
- Using the tin snips, cut the extension cord such that the male cord is 2 meters in length. The cutting tolerance is 20 centimetres.
- Using the tin snips, strip the loose sleeves of the male and female cords such that 30 centimetres of insulated wires are unsleeved. The stripping tolerance is 5 centimetres.
- Using the tin snips, cut the green wire of the male and female cords such that none or little of the green wire is visible. The cutting tolerance is 3 centimetres.
- Using the wire strippers, strip the white and black wires of the male and female cords by 2 centimetres. The stripping tolerance is half a centimetre.
- Using the crimpers, crimp the female connector onto the white wire of the male cord. Ensure that no exposed wire lies between the wire insulation and the connector insulation.
- Insert 1 alligator clip insulation into each of the white and black wires of the female cord.
- Using the soldering set, solder the white and black wires of the female cord to the alligator clips.
- Slide the inserted insulation pieces over the alligator clip handles.
- Link the male and female cords together by their plugs.