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These retaining kits are ridiculously simple, a single solid steel wire arch loop (shaped of the free socket), both ends swivel-pivot to screw posts. The screwed posts replace the two existing fastening screw on the equipment power inlet IEC recepticle. You need not replace anything else. I purchase them after seeing them in a catalog from Farnell Components here in Singapore. I think they are also available from RS components or similar electric/electronic stockists. It should cost less than US$5. The best chance of a good-fit is to check with the stockist the same brand of the IEC free socket you intend to buy for fixing your powercord. His catalog should show the matching retaining kit. The brand I bought from Farnell is Bulgin, the only one available. Try ..www.farnell.com for the catalog online or search engines for IEC parts. I hope this help those with same problem i had. I you're need manufacturing ind. towns your chances of gettin them is better. Tk-109.... I have to sell you 10 thousand pieces to pay for my petrol, if that is what you implied in your post. You owe me any apology.