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Hi Jan,
 
Does the power cord pull out ofeasily disconnect from the vacuum cleaner? If not, I can offer two options:
Does the power cord pull out ofeasily disconnect from the vacuum cleaner? If not, I can offer two options:
 
# Repair the current power cord. If done correctly, this is a much cheaper option and is perfectly safe and durable. You would just have to cut out a bit of the power cord, strip the wires, solder, and adequately shrink-wrap/insulate them. If you don’t feel comfortable doing that, any local repair shop or electrician should be able to help you out. They also should not charge you very much for the simple repair.
# Buy a generic replacement vacuum cleaner power line. You can find them online by searching for “shark vacuum cleaner power cord”. Any one that has 3 wires would work. You can even choose how long you’d like it to be! However, the tricky part would be to re-attach the cord to the vacuum cleaner, as they did not make the cord easily replaceable. This may unfortunately require disassembly.

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編集者: Arthur Shi ,

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Hi Jan,
 
IDoes the power cord pull out of the vacuum cleaner? If not, I can offer two options:
IDoes the power cord pull out of the vacuum cleaner? If not, I can offer two options:
 
# Repair the current power cord. If done correctly, this is a much cheaper option and is perfectly safe and durable. You would just have to cut out a bit of the power cord, strip the wires, solder, and adequately shrink-wrap/insulate them. If you don’t feel comfortable doing that, any local repair shop or electrician should be able to help you out. They also should not charge you very much for the simple repair.
# Buy a generic replacement vacuum cleaner power line. You can find them online by searching for “shark vacuum cleaner power cord”. Any one that has 3 wires would work. You can even choose how long you’d like it to be! However, the tricky part would be to re-attach the cord to the vacuum cleaner, as they did not make the cord easily replaceable. This may unfortunately require disassembly.
 
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オリジナル投稿者: Arthur Shi ,

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Hi Jan,

I can offer two options:

# Repair the current power cord. If done correctly, this is a much cheaper option and is perfectly safe and durable. You would just have to cut out a bit of the power cord, strip the wires, solder, and adequately shrink-wrap/insulate them. If you don’t feel comfortable doing that, any local repair shop or electrician should be able to help you out. They also should not charge you very much for the simple repair.
# Buy a generic replacement vacuum cleaner power line. You can find them online by searching for “shark vacuum cleaner power cord”. Any one that has 3 wires would work. You can even choose how long you’d like it to be! However, the tricky part would be to re-attach the cord to the vacuum cleaner, as they did not make the cord easily replaceable. This may unfortunately require disassembly.

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