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I need to replace the power cord. I have a new

I need to replace the power cord. I have a new one. I see a blue cord going into a black sleeve and a black cord coming out.

The new cord has two small wires with eyes for attachement. Do they attach within the black sleeve? Is that sleeve a shrink covering or something else?

I want to do the minimum disassembly nesseary.

Can you help?

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The cord goes into a water-sealed unit on the drive motor internal to your aquabot, so the unit has to be partially disassembed to gain access to the drive motor. The one thing you probably do not have, which you will need to do the job, is the waterproof sealing putty which your supplier can send to you at a small cost. If you happen to be near Phoenix AZ I can help you put on the new cord, and this website gives plenty of info, too: httpp://www.i-love-my-aquabot-automatic-pool-cleaner.com/ S Christian dansker01@#msn.com

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