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May I ask why you want to replace the power cord? Is it frayed / damaged? If so then just cut it off and attach a new extension to the cord, avoiding opening up the machine. You can get a new end for the cord, or cut the cord short and essentially get a new cord without opening up the machine. Check with a local hardware store for power cord replacements and they will show you all the options. Otherwise let me know why you feel you need to change the cord.

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Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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