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Plug has come off the wire

How do i wind the wire out or get it out without the plug attached

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  • David Wallis
    David Wallis Mar 20, 2014

    was meant to say its a henry vacuum

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You should be able to just pull it out unless it is broke so take it to guarantee vacuum and sewing center they can get it fixed for you

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