How to Replace An Electrical Plug?

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To replace a worn electrical plug, use your wire cutters to cut the plug away and also strip the plastic down to the wire. Once you have striped down to the wire, twist the corresponding colors to each other with a needle nose tightly and then tucking underneath electrical tape.
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