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My dog chew thru my speaker wire?

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You have fried some protection stuff inside the unit needs to be repaired

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Once you have it, AND assuming you know how to solder...

You can then open the case and unsolder the old connections in the unit and solder the new one in.

Problems I am foreseeing in your situation is

1) This wire is digital and you have not expressed if you soldered it or where,
You may have just twisted them together and if you tried to re-wire connecting them in a twist, even using awire nut or just taped them up... as you are finding, that just dont cut it.

2) There may be other "ever so tiny" knicks or breaks in the internal wires, while the vinyl sheathing shows no marks from the dogs teeth. Even still the wire could be broken elsewhere...

Another option, is if you have a local radio shack in your town... They probably have that wire in stock and you could verify what type of solder is required, since they are not all the same... In fact, they are usually more than happy to make the connections for you. Sometimes while you wait...


Good Luck to you

Respectfully

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