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Help buying and replacing power cord for MCM770B

I am not able to find the power cord anywhere, would you know if anybody sells it? Also, I can use some help( steps if possible ) to replace the power cord. I am hoping it would be simple and I wouldn't have to take my microwave to a professional. Thanks!

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