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I'm renting a property, and one of my children yanked the cord and pulled it out. Is there a simple way for a novice/DIY'er like myself to replace this cord without touching any wiring?

I did a Google search, from what I saw, this would require messing with the wiring, which I can't do. So I thought I'd give it a shot and ask here on this forum before I throw in the towel.
 

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Replacing the lampholder means transferring the wires from old to new. If you cannot turn power off AND confirm it's off, please get some help. There's more than enough electrical power there to kill you.
 

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