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The IKEA Hemma Cord set. Simple, affordable, versatile. Ever need to disassemble/deconstruct/separate the Hemma's components to feed just the wire thr...
Make sure the cord set is unplugged at any point that you're working on it. Inside the socket, there's a small golden metal tab. This tab creates the...
Now that the tab has been pried up, the head of the socket can be unscrewed rather easily.
Once the head of the socket has been removed, you'll see that the inner components are (basically) secured within the socket by pressure. Remove the ...
This is probably the trickiest part of the dis-assembly of the Hemma Cord Set -- as it requires that we break part of the inner plastic connections in...
If you slide the socket housing and cap up the wire a bit, all you are left with is what you see in the top of this photo. Using a small screwdriver,...
That's it. All the components should now be off the main electrical wire. To provide an example of why you might wish to remove all of these componen...
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