A how-to video on how to fix broken electrical wires found on lamps, vacuums, extension cords, etc. I show how to fix a 2 prong and a 3 prong (with a ground) plug.

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<p>Please don't use the cheaper cord caps as used in the first example in this video. Buy one that has pressure connection terminals and a saddle that secures around the cable. Never do what was shown in example two. A splice like this is neither safe or approved. Two prong cord caps are available to fix this problem. </p>
<p>i need help, my tablet charger isn't working, when i flipped the switch on, and check my tablet, it doesn't show the lightning bolt, how do i fix it? Please help!! =(</p><p>hope u can do this request. &gt;~&lt;</p>
Extremely helpful! I wanted to cry when my dog chewed up my Dyson cord!
I tried the 2 prong way, but it didn't work out. Why?
<p>Exactly what I needed. Thanks a lot. </p>
<p>Glad to help! And thank you for watching. </p>
Nice clear instuctable ;) good job !
Hey, thanks a lot!

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