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Overcurrent—Any current in excess of the rated current or ampacity of a conductor. May result in risk of fire or shock from insulation damaged from heat generated by overcurrent condition. Outlet— A contact device installed along a circuit for the connection of an attachment plug and flexible cord to supply power to portable equipment and electrical appliances. Also known as receptacles. Three-pronged plugs and outlets—Grounded appliances and outlets (unless marked otherwise) have a third socket or prong.