I received a lot of feedback on this video https://youtu.be/UwGoU3XVpnI where many licensed electricians said "that outlet is crap." This piqued my interest as this was the type of outlet I had used for many projects in the past. Of course, I understood for less than $0.50 the outlet could not be of the highest quality but didn't know exactly why and how commercial (more expensive) outlets were different. So I broke out a hacksaw and took a look inside a residential Leviton 5320 outlet and a Commercial Leviton CBR15 outlet. This video will share what I found and also share my decision on what outlets to use moving forward on my projects.
Note: This video does not advise on the proper techniques needed to meet the Nationa Electrical Code and is for entertainment purposes only.
Residential Outlet: https://homedepot.sjv.io/OGBgW
Commercial Outlet: https://homedepot.sjv.io/3bAnM
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