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Power cord cut

I recently got my brother's old Sansui receiver amplifier (for home stereo, not auto) from my mother. At some point in time, the power cord was severed. Can it be spliced to put a new plug on the end, or is that a bad idea?

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Yes you can splice to put on a new plug that is ok.

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- main power switch could have dirty contacts or some damage (needs to be cleaned or replaced)

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