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How To Replace The Electric Power Cord On String Trimmer
IntroductionPower cords have one problem; that is, they often obstruct you while trimming. Therefore, when using the electric hedge trimmer, it is no surprise that the cord might get destroyed. If the cable has been cut, you should first unplug the cord’s other half that is still connected to the socket or turning off the power. With the cord severed, the electric trimmer is virtually useless. Luckily, by incorporating a little resourcefulness as well as a small monetary investment, you can effectively repair the cord. Consequently, your trimmer will be up and running like before.
Moreover, replacing the whole cord is not always necessary. It is because if the cable connected to the trimmer is still of adequate length to be functional, you simply need to add to its end a new plug. However, if the unattached cord is longer, you need to add a plug-in on the cut end and a socket to the other end to guarantee the two sections are safely connected. Nevertheless, the National Electrical Code does not permit the splicing together of cord pieces. It is because there is a slight possibility that the connection is either getting wet or separating, even if you use shrink-wrap insulation. ... more
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