After regular use, even heavy duty extension cords can become damaged. Because they can be expensive, you may be asked to make a repair, rather than get a new cord. But merely re-attaching and wrapping the wires doesn’t mean the repair is proper or safe. Let’s review the correct way to repair electrical cords. The first step is often overlooked: Unplug the cord and take control of both ends.
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