Question about Bose in-ear headphones - Black with black/white cord
The damage is between the jack and the spot where the two headphone wires combine. I cut out about six inches of badly chewed wire and attempted to splice the ends, but no sound comes through when I try to use them. Can they be repaired?
Of course. Just peal off the main isolation and connect wires according to color of their individual isolation. You can just twist them and wrap them with duct tape or solder them and wrap with duct tape.
My cat recently chewed trough 220 Volts stereo power cord (fortunately unplugged) and trough speakers cable too. They work perfectly again after quick fix while my room has become off-limit zone to my cat. ;-)
Better get your tomcat fixed or find him a girlfriend unless you'd like to risk him getting killed when he starts chewing some power cord.
Posted on May 10, 2008
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