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I cut a speaker wire

I accidently cut one of my speaker wires, and can't fix it. Is there anyway I can fix it? Is it possible to order only one replacement speaker?

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Well I have in the past been able to strip the rubber back to the bare wire on both ends and then twist them together. use electrical tape to cover any exposed wire this should fix it.

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