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Tired of Mighty Apple charging you beaucoup $$$ for those badly designed power adapters which break all the time? Repair it yourself!
My sheath was cracked already, so it was easy to slide back. Assuming yours is intact, I think a good swift twist/tug with a pair of pliers should ...
Cut the power wire a couple inches shy of the strain relief. Desolder and discard the short section and the strain relief.
Strip off the sheath to about 15mm from the end. Separate the copper strands from the green nylon, from the smaller wire. Twist the copper strands. Cut off ...
Cut a very small "sock" of heat shrink tubing, and place it over the copper wire. Heat to shrink, using a cigarette lighter, a heat gun, or the ...
Desolder the old wires from the circuit board on the back of the plug. MAKE SURE TO NOTE WHICH WIRE WAS ATTACHED TO WHICH PAD! Now, apply some ...
First, make sure the connector sheath is STILL ON THE CORD. If it's not, slip it over the end of the cord before proceeding. I have made this ...
Slide the sheath back down the cable onto the jack assembly. Yours should snap into place. Mine is broken, so no snap-action here... Since mine was broken, I ...
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