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Faculty of Engineering => EEE => Topic started by: Md. Abrar Amin on April 22, 2017, 12:16:26 PM

Title: How to Repair Dodgy or Broken Headphones: Part-10
Post by: Md. Abrar Amin on April 22, 2017, 12:16:26 PM

Splice the wires. This means you'll be joining the wires together. Make sure to connect wires with the same color insulation (or no insulation). You have two options: a pigtail splice and an in-line splice.[5]
For a pigtail splice, hold the two exposed sections of wire that you want to join parallel to each other, then twist them together to create a join. This is quick and easy, but the repair will be bulkier.
For an in-line splice, hold the wires so that they overlap end to end. Twist the wires in opposite directions. This is more difficult but the repair is easier to hide.