Introduction

Wire needs to be exposed from its insulation in order before it can be soldered to another wire. Wire stripping exposes the wire so you are able to make good connections.

Parts

No parts required.

Match your gauge of wire to the gauge on a wire stripper.
  • Match your gauge of wire to the gauge on a wire stripper.

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Place the wire stripper about a 1/4” from the end of the wire and squeeze down.
  • Place the wire stripper about a 1/4” from the end of the wire and squeeze down.

While squeezing, pull the stripper along the end of the wire. This should expose some of the wire by removing its insulation.
  • While squeezing, pull the stripper along the end of the wire. This should expose some of the wire by removing its insulation.

Conclusion

After your wire has been stripped, the exposed wire is ready to be soldered and reconnected to other parts of the microphone.

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