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Hello,

I am trying to help a friend wire their tanning bed that they bought second hand. It did not come with a male plug (see image).

Could someone help me with selecting the male and female plug I will need as well as the wire, I believe it's 10-3 which actually has 4 wires? I stopped to pick up some wire the other day and what they gave me was orange, not gray. The previous owner had this on a 30 amp breaker.

I have worked with an electrician in the past but I am fuzzy on things like plugs and wire specs when it comes to 220.

I also attached a link to the manual, if someone could help me out I'd appreciate it. It's a model Sundash 232GF

http://support.jkamerica.com/index.php?View=files&CategoryID=4&bp=80|117|12|81|9
 

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I can't insert this image. It's a gray conduit looking thing with a treaded nut. I'm thinking I should just get new black cord with a plug. What I can't figure out is why they had a gray conduit in the first place. I wonder if the power needs to be fed from another component of the tanning bed itself.

Why can't this be easier?
 

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