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#26 OFFLINE   houskamp

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Posted 14 August 2008 - 05:43 PM

once you compress those things they are next to impossible to undo..

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#27 OFFLINE   Johnnie5000

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Posted 14 August 2008 - 11:04 PM

Really, I did not know that, but I see that the instructions linked to also show that. I guess I will start doing it differently, though I have not had any issues so far.


Think of coax cable as any other type of electrical line.
Copper center conductor = positive
Braid/Foil = neutral

The connector you put on has to have good contact with the copper and the braid in order to work properly.

.....just don't get a strand of braid wrapped around the stinger (copper)




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