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How to change freezer plug the easiest way

I found the freezer plug. but i don't have all the time in the world nor the money to take it to the shop. chiltons doesn't say anything about the steps to take. just what to do once you get it off. i need to know how to tackle it from the beging the easiest way

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Please be more specific in queens english ,what are you refering to as a freezer plug??the electrical connection on the end of a flex that you plug into a wall socket .Or do you mean a core plug ???if its the later you hammer the new one in with a nice hammer and a nice size drift,dolly,round bar,flat chisel,knocking stick.I mean iam only a common cockney with no education from the east end of london

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