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Ron..NE ILL..10/48
Posted 9/23/2022 05:48 (#9857101 - in reply to #9856894)
Subject: RE: Splicing CabCam cable?

Chebanse, IL.....

I've done the same. Repaired camera cable that existed on an implement but got damaged somehow. I cut the bad section out and then strip,  solder & use heat shrink on each wire, then a larger heat shrink over the entire bundle. Of course, you have to remember to put the heat shrink in place BEFORE soldering, and then be careful not to inadvertently heat the shrink material while soldering. Kind of a tedious project, but easily do-able. I then also ty-wrap another piece of some type of unused cord over the now-repaired area to stand the pull if the camera cable is inadvertently pulled. I believe they are called "strain relief" repairs. This will save the pull against the now soldered/heatshrink segment.

I hope this explanation is clear.

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