I have a portable power socket that accepts two 2 pin power plugs and 1 pin 3 pin grounded power plug. There is a hole on one side of this portable power socket where the wire goes into. Oddly this power socket only exposes two ports for the wire to connect to. No ground port. Hence I am forced to use a two core wire.
I also have a 3 pin power plug to connect the whole contraption to external power. My question is can I get away with using a two pin if I connect the neutral of the two core wire to both the ground and neutral of the 3 pin power plug?
This is basically for extending a power outlet for a refrigerator since there is no power socket near it.