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Garsfontein, Pretoria, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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Woodlands Boulevard, Garsfontein Rd, Gauteng, South Africa
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Bryanston, Sandton, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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Bryanston Shop Ctr, William Nicol Hway, Gauteng, South Africa
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Vincent, East London, Eastern Cape Electrical & Household Appliances
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Vincent Park Ctr, Devereux Ave, Eastern Cape, South Africa
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Westville, Kwazulu-Natal Electrical & Household Appliances
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The Pavilion, Jack Martens Rd, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
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Equarand, Newcastle, Kwazulu-Natal Electrical & Household Appliances
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034 326 6024
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Newcastle Mall, Oak Ave, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
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Rivonia, Sandton, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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Sandton City, Rivonia Rd, Gauteng, South Africa
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Halfway Gardens, Midrand, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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Carlswald Lifestyle Shop Ctr, Harry Galaun Dve, Gauteng, South Africa
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Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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Vaal Mall, Rossini Blvrd, Gauteng, South Africa
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Irene, Centurion, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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Irene Village Mall, Nellmapius Dve, Gauteng, South Africa
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Morningside, Sandton, Gauteng Electrical & Household Appliances
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011 783 0860
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Morningside Shop Ctr, Rivonia Rd, Gauteng, South Africa
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How to change a plug

If an appliance isn’t working, you can replace worn plugs and cords. When replacing the cord on an appliance, it must be as heavy a gauge as the one you’re taking out, especially when an appliance heats up. These appliances must have cords that can resist fire; they have an Underwriters Laboratory (UL) fire rating. Appliance cords have reusable plastic outer insulators that hold the cord into the base. To remove the insulator, squeeze it on the inside with pliers until it pushes out of the hole. Take it off the wire and don’t throw it away. Now follow these steps: