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Replacing the cord on a Milwaukee 3/8s drill

I cannot get the hot and neutral wires out of the trigger? How does one remove the wires from said trigger?? There are no screws or clips? The ground wire had a screw. The power tool repair shops charge $35.00 to do the task.

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