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Panduit Mini-Com TX-6 Plus

I cannot get the clip on, I have threaded the wire properly, and cut the wire back however when I attept to insert it into the module I am pressing very hard but it will not go all the way in.

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Looks like you need a 110 punch down tool. I would get a spring loaded one that cuts the cable automatically. It is truly the only way to go with terminations.

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