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In this Instructable, you will learn how to easily cut and strip heavy gauge wire, without using heavy duty or professional tools. Sorry about some of...
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Make a small cut in the wire, then circle the knife around to cut through the whole outer insulation, around the wire where you want to cut it. Next, ...
Now, slowly nibble away at the 3 or 4 individual wires inside, using the wire cutters. I found what worked for me was to grip one of the wires in the ...
Once you have nibbled the wire apart, pull of cut back the insulation the desired amount, and strip in the usual way using either the wire strippers, ...
Here is what the wire looks like when it has been stripped. Thank you for reading!
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EXACTLY!! But anyone in South Florida, please do anyway. I get paid even more money when I have to come in and fix some DIY'er "handyman" work who thought he could play electrician
Use a cigarette lighter and a glove and you can strip any size wire with eaze
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