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Power Cord was damaged in transit. Replace or Repair? Replace-How

Nordic Track Model C 1800 - Power cord was cut when moving. How do you replace the power cord? Or, can you just splice it back together?

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You can only try to repair the section where they cut short and re-unite each with its respective color tape and you put him ready

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2) Test the input voltage motor, if there are the MOTOR is faulty need REPAIR.

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