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I want to know if the power cable in my docket for V34384 is placed correctly? It interferes with the removal of the unit, I think I am liable to damage the cable by abrading its cover.

My older cordless model has the cable placed outside the docket, which simplifies the removal of the unit. Please advise.

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Sadly without seeing it we can make no assumptions

Posted on Dec 20, 2016

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