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Old 01 January 2003   #1
simple wire splice

when I splice the appropriately colored wires, the cable still won't work.

I sucked the cable into a vacum cleaner, and it destroyed a simple volume control that was in between that splice so I'm just simply trying to splice together without that control....

its a really long one, and I thought I'd save twenty bucks just re-connecting it.

is there something I'm not getting here?
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Old 01 January 2003   #2
Oh comon' !! this has gotta be simple, whats up with my stupid wires?

thanks!
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Old 01 January 2003   #3
Well, can you get your hands on an ohm meter? That would be a good way to tell which wire is which, and if the vacuum damaged anything else. Either way, since it is a sound cable, you should probably solder the wires rather than just twisting them together.
 
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