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Lamp cord can be purchased at the home improvement warehouses It would be easier to purchase an extension cord
long enough for your purpose and cut off the female end leaving you with a cord and plug for your lamp. This cord is smooth on one side and ribbed on the other. The ribbed side is the neutral conductor, the white wire. The green/yellow wire is the ground but with a 2 wire cord there is no ground present.
Now for the wiring
, does a sheet come with the light telling of the wiring? If I had to guess I would try the ribbed wire to the white marked wire B and the smooth wire to either A or C. I would guess that one of the wires would turn on 1 bulb and the other would turn on 2 bulbs. If all 3 light but do so dimmly then we don't have the correct wire connected to the ribbed wire. If a sheet came with the lamp showing wiring then that information will tell us just what we need.
In the lamp section of the store there are replacement parts available and you may find a pinch connector
to connect the cord to the lamp.
Home Depot or Lowe's are good choices to find these parts. They have a good selection of lamp parts available. If you find parts and need to ask more please feel free to come back here and ask me. I'm happy to help you thru your project.
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