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Current version by: Karl Gingerich ,

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-You can disassemble the cable end (cast end) further. However, you'll be dealing with microsoldering and know pinouts to do much.
+You can disassemble the cable end (cast end) further. However, you'll be dealing with microsoldering and know pinouts to do much. There is also glue covering the solder surface - applied after soldering.
Here a picture of one I had the cable yanked almost out of:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZoxogmgmCt6wDVkwoaCvlGMYFAR4B_f5
Karl

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Original post by: Karl Gingerich ,

Text:

You can disassemble the cable end (cast end) further.  However, you'll be dealing with microsoldering and know pinouts to do much.

Here a picture of one I had the cable yanked almost out of:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZoxogmgmCt6wDVkwoaCvlGMYFAR4B_f5

Karl

Status:

open