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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's just the speaker cable, it's an easy fix. There are two strands of wire for each cable. I would cut the cable at the break, seperate the strands carefully about two inches in each direction, either by pulling them apart, or by using a knife, being careful to preserve the insulation around each strand (sometimes pulling apart the strands will pull the insulation from one side or the other depending on how fragile it is - I usually just start the seperation with a knife, and then pull them apart slowly). Then you can strip back the insulation about an inch on either side of the break on each strand.
To strip back the insulation, take a sharp knife and cut through the insulation by cutting around the wire on each strand about an inch back in both directions being careful to not cut through the wire. A few of the strands won't make a big difference, but if you cut too much it may be best to start over.
Once you have about an inch of wire exposed on each strand, you can intertwine the wires to put them back together. Just hold the bare ends of each seperated strand side-by-side and twist them together. If you mix up which strands are which, mark one of the sides with tape or a sharpie to make sure you twist the right ends together. Usually there is a white stripe on the positive strand, or some other marking that runs the length on one side only, so that's a good guide for putting the right wires back together.
Once that is done, you need to isolate the bare wires from each other. I usually bend them parrallel to the cable in opposite directions, and then use electrical tape run between them and around each strand. Once they are isolated and not in danger of touching, use some heatshrink tubing around the whole patch to make it lasting and durable. It won't look pretty, but it will work just fine. You can find heatshring tubing at Radio Shack. Just slide a big enough piece to cover the repaired area on from the end of the cable without the connector, and then use a hairdryer to shrink the tubing around the patch. If you don't have a hairdryer, you can use a match or candle. Just be careful.
Alternatively, you can just wrap more electrical tape around the whole area in a diagonal, but tape isn't nearly as durable a patch as heatshrink.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
On the back of the TV there should be a variable audio out this will control the volume level on the speakers or at least it should
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
SOURCE: VGA connector wiring detail
Pink - red input - pin 1 green - green input - pin 2 blue - blue input - pin 3 ground shield wire - pin 6,7,8 and 10 black - ddc 5v - pin 9 violet - screen raster - pin 11 white - data or sda - pin 12 orange - clock or scl - pin 15 yellow - vertical signal - pin 14 clear - horizontal signal - pin 13
Posted on May 17, 2010
I bought the system samsung HT-TZ 422 but wireless receiver module is not connected spikers or not riding tx card.Sound test system is show all spikers but from wireless module is not hiring.When can i get any hepl.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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