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Power cord replacement

I have a February 2004 model with the cord cut off. Do I need to do anything out of the ordinary to slice a new cord on to see if this TV works? Any recommendations on how to best replace the cord?

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Re: Power cord replacement

You must make sure the wiring is correct no matter what you do as the TV has a polorized cord (one blade larger than the other). It is a saftey feature and must be used.

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