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My Nokia headset cord is damaged, how can I repair it on my own?

You see there are these small cords in this big cable and they're wrapped around some threads and colored differently, the problem is, I don't understand how they are insulated from each other because they apparently touch each other and I'm not sure how to repair them. Excuse my English.

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I was also having the same problem but i repaired it by cutting the cable and soldering the ribbons with same colour after soldering i applied nail polish on it and let it to dry after sometime wrapped a tape along it and it started working.

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