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post #1 of 4 Old 03-19-2009, 08:26 AM - Thread Starter
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sub cable. Is there a way to repair this myself? It looks like there my be some soddering involved. Would it be easier to splice a new cable on to my exisiting cable with a new connector?Thanks
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You can get compression connectors that do not require soldering.
Can't some local guy with an iron help this guy out? If you are in Maryland, let me know.
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You can get compression connectors that do not require soldering.
Can't some local guy with an iron help this guy out? If you are in Maryland, let me know.

Thanks,in NJ. Would i be able to strip/crimp like regular video coax? also the compression connector,would i be able to get the push in type?
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I think I saw push in compression on PE or MCM.
I know somebody in NJ knows how to solder, Come on now, help this guy out!
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