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I have the Hiense Tv model # TC24FS2H. My roomates hamster chewed through my power cord. How do i get it replaced and can i do it myself?

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Well technically, some copper wire and electrical tape would do the job, however, it would be extremely dangerous, and you would be better off just junking it.

But if you do attempt it, always remember to unplug the TV before servicing.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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