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Do I have to tear out my wall?

Hello, I did a bad thing. I accidentally pulled the cable out of the metal connector and it broke. I don't know how to get the cable attached to the metal connector. Is there any tool out there that can help fix this so I don't have to rip open the wall and replace the whole thing?

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Re: Do I have to tear out my wall?

If I understand you right the metal connector is on the wall connector and the wire is off of it if this is the case take some pliers and take the connector off the wall then take the connector and put it back on the wire just slip it in and squeeze the bottom of the metal connector so it tight on the wire this should help..

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