Ground lift plug
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A ground lift plug is:
- A cheater plug which interrupts the ground or earth connection in a power connection.
- A ground lift device used for professional audio systems and electronic instrumentation to eliminate ground loop inconveniences and establish connection when only a two prong receptacle is available.
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