Turbo T-Jet Motor and now maybe cord?
(Edmonds, WA, USA)
So last summer my wife pulled our Turbo T-Jet out of the water without turning the power off. I didn't discover this until about a week later (thankfully at the end of the season) and I put it away and tried not to think about it. Pulled it out this year and sure enough it was dead. I just replaced the motor but it still isn't working. I had noticed when I removed the old plug that the wires were black (burned). Should I take this as the cord is bad and I need to replace that as well?
Appreciate any advice anyone has. New to this!
ADMIN REPLY: The plug is toast (pun intended). Get some but connectors and shrink tubing and splice out the plug.
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