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The original connector was not assembled properly. If the original was a twist on type, then unscrew it. Otherwise, remove the connector by cutting it off with cutting pliers. Now strip back insulation from the 2 wires about 1/2 inch and then twist the 2 together. now screw on a wire connector (tightly) that you must purchase (sorry) in an electrical hardware store. Finally, wrap electrical tape around both the new connector and wires to prevent unraveling.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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