My almost-new 13-Amp electric lawnmower stopped working. I had turned it off after using it for a while to talk to someone, and after several minutes, attempted to turn it on again. To my surprise, it didn't turn on, nor make any sounds.
I had used several extension cords in sequence and noticed that one of the connections looked like this:
Perhaps a year ago, I had replaced the other end of the extension cord in question, and suspect that the cord is faulty. When I ran my hand over the pictured female end of the extension cord, I received a slight shock. I don't believe the cord was wet, so I'm a little confused by how I made contact with a current-carrying wire, but that's beside the point.
Now, using new cords and different outlets, my lawnmower still won't operate. What kind of damage might my faulty extension cord have caused to my power tool? Is it repairable?