A receptacle, also commonly known as an electrical outlet, is the component which is embedded into a wall. In typical residential applications in the United States, the receptacles will be 120 volt for common appliance usage, but 240 volt for fixed units, such as the range, washers and dryers, refrigerators, etc.
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