Well, first screw up by the sheetrock guys. I told them that they wouldnt be able to hang the drywall and then try to rotozip out the places where multiple wires were ran for the tvs. They said oh yeah no problem we'll just cut it then pull them through when we hang it.
So, I come home Friday afternoon and they were gone early (2:30), and I then went in to see what they had gotten done. They tried to zip out the hole for one of the tvs that had 2 HDMI, 2 Cat6, 1 IR, and power. They cut two of the freaking cat6 wires. I'm just glad they didnt hit a hdmi or the two layers of wall would have to come down to rewire it.
I know cat6 can be repaired but I dont quite understand which way to wire it to a new connector. It looks like there is a different way to wire it for different situations. Can someone point me in the correct direction please?
It would be nice to just cut them and splice them back together way they are the length I intended them to be. Can I do that with cat6? They are just a few inches longer than needed to hook to the tv.