How to Change a Plug on an Electrical Wire
If you have come to this article, you are probably in need of replacing an electrical plug. Maybe your old plug is just becoming frayed with age or, if you're like me, your dog decided to chew your plug up.
Either way, you've come to the right place to find out how to fix yourself up. It's actually a fairly simple, straight-forward process. And you don't need an extensive tool collection to make this happen. A screwdriver, wire strippers or a sharp knife, and about 10 minutes of your time.
I recommend you read all these instructions all the way through before tackling this to increase you're comfort level. I promise it's easy. I've compiled photos for almost every step, and provided a quick narration underneath the photos to help you out. I hope this helps!
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