Question about Lakewood 2727 Heater
My dog ate right through the black cord...directly to the wires, and frayed them. You can see the metal wires all exposed and frayed. (Luckily it was unplugged when this happened).
How do I replace that cord? I put electrical tape around it (the black colored elec tape), but I don't think that's a good idea (particularly since the wires are frayed and exposed).
SO... either I throw it away and buy another one. OR, where/how can I replace the cord. The cord is not easily removed from the unit itself. What do I do???
Another option for you would be to use crimp on terminal connectors(**** connectors) you may purchase these from most hardware stores. Even using these I would still tape around the outside to ensure a good insulating surface.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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