Extension Cord Plug Replacement Guide

Replace Extension Cord Plug GuideDo you have an extension cord or power cord damaged near the plug? Don’t throw out that cord!

Here is how you can repair that cord in only a few minutes with just a screwdriver by replacing the extension cord plug. Not only is this fix quick, but it also costs less than $5.

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How to Repair an Extension Cord That’s Been Cut

Damaged Extension CordDo you have a damaged extension cord or electrical cord from a mishap or normal wear and tear? Rather than throwing out the extension cord, appliance, or power tool, here is a simple DIY tutorial to repair that power cord so it is like new again.

Here’s how to save money and get more useful life out of your extension cord.

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How to Repair a Mouse Button That Is Not Working

Fix Broken Mouse ButtonClick a mouse button enough times, and eventually, it will fail. It is not a matter of if it will fail, but when. Rather than throwing your mouse into the trash and buying a new one, you can repair the mouse button for a couple of dollars or less by replacing the faulty mouse microswitch.

Here is how I fixed the non-working middle button switch on my mouse for less than $1.

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H11 to H9 Conversion for Much Brighter Headlights

H11 to H9 Headlight Bulb ModificationAre you looking to get more light from your car’s headlights without spending a fortune on expensive high-performance halogen bulbs that only last a short time?

With this simple and affordable H11 to H9 conversion, you can use brighter H9 high-beam bulbs in place of your stock H11 low-beam headlight bulbs.

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How to Save Money on Printing When Ink Costs a Fortune

Save Money Ink CartridgeDoes it seem like you are spending a fortune on ink for your printing needs? You are not imagining things. Consumer Reports found that ink for inkjet printers ranged from $13 to $95 per fluid ounce, or about $2,002 to $14,630 a gallon.

Luckily, there are many easy ways you can save money on printing and the cost of ink.

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States Where Lottery Winners Can Remain Anonymous

Lottery NumbersWe rarely think about needing to claim lottery winnings anonymously when the odds of hitting the Powerball or Mega Million jackpot are almost one in 300 million. Lottery winners really should consider remaining anonymous to avoid the many privacy and safety issues that come with the territory.

Luckily, more and more states are passing legislation allowing lottery winners to remain a secret.

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