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Change ethernet cable

Please tell me how to change the end of ethernet cable, the little piece broken. I have the cutting tool and the clear thingy that goes at both end. appreciate any help.

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  • mrst76 Jul 15, 2008

    I pull the cord and the cable came of from the box. I have no way of connecting the cable cord back I took the back off to see can I put the end back. but it look like i will have to take a small box off. What should I do

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Karl is correct. I made for some time but it is not worth it. You will spend more time and money trying to fix one. It is very tedious and will cause problems down the road. Buy a new one.

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I suppose you talk about a patch-cable (with soft, flexible wires). It is very hard to get all eight wires in to reach the right position without opening the "twist" in them. Additionally you need a special tool to press the 8 contact-pins through the wires. My advice is - forget it! Go to a computer shop and buy a new cable for a few dollars.
hth, Karl

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