Go to an appliance repair shop. I bet they could help you out.
In that case you should go with the one for 15Amp. if you see one for 20Amp go with that one.Ok, I happen to be in home depot and I saw 2 3 prong replacment plugs with 6 foot cards attached.
One was a 14 gauge(15 amp)...the other a 16 gauge (13 amp) (seems a little too thin).
I saw on the heat press that the cord is a 12A. (I think).
I was going to get the larger cord to be on the safe side but then wasn't sure if that would kill my machine...I'm going to see if I can find the exact amp and wattage info for the press from the company. I did not see it on the machine itself.
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