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  • tommy b. 14 days ago
    today
  • Barbara W. 2 months ago
    No points ? Repairs that will prolong your stuff -- THE LIST
  • tommy b. 4 months ago
    today
  • JC G. 4 months ago
    Never try to repair or use old and cracked or otherwise damaged electrical cords. It's not worth it, they're just not trustworthy, and can easily cause fire. If they'r still in decent shape and they don't have lead as a plastic ingredient in the covering, then it would be better to perhaps use them to tie up tools or plants in the garden, etc.
  • Steven C. 4 months ago
    Instead of throwing them in the trash, stockpile them. They are worth some cash at your local junkyard / scrapping facility. If you only have a couple and want them out of your way or it isn't cost effective to cash them in, offer them on craigslist for free. Some scrapper will grab them.
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