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Can bose wires be splice?

Faulty contact on end of jack. Cut open, three color of wires, green,red & yellow. Is there a repair kit jack, perhaps at Radio Shack???

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My cat chewed my bose headphone wire in two. Can the wire be spliced back together?

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