I have recently moved from Singapore to New Zealand and have brought a number of eletrical applicances with me e.g. computer, ricecooker, router, etc.
Since the voltages are the same (currently using travel adaptors with a power board), I was assuming that as long as the applicance doesn't draw over 10A, then I could just swap out the fused Brittish IEC C8 & C14 cables with local non-fused ones. However I noticed that the rice cooker (C13/14 with a 10A fuse) has a sticker on it warning: do not use power cord from other applicances, so it got me wondering if it was infact safe or if they were just being overly cautious (or wanting you to pay for their expensive replacement cord).
Can I safely swap these IEC cables over?