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#55 - Einsty ONLINE
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(01/09/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure that with a little bit of practical knowledge and experience, this could be solved in four ways:
-With a foot of electrical cord, insulation tape and some prongs, without damaging the lock. Just make sort of an extension. This is most dangerous.
-Or you could go and cut the lock, not like this one would prove any challenge. This requires heviest hardware.
-Or you could cut the cord and connect a new socket. All you need is a new socket, screwdriver and some wire cutter. You will lose a few inches of the cord.
-Or just tell him you want the D.