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It happens to everyone. You thought you had a stash of zip ties (cable ties, tie wraps, whatever) in your tool bag and you just found out your ...
You want to use something strong with a relatively small diameter. The wire inside a cat5e or cat6 cable will work great. You'll want to straighten it out ...
Straighten out the wire as much as possible. Then make a "u" with the wire. The length of the "u" will determine the length of the knot.
Lay the "U" parallel with your cables and begin wrapping the extra wire as neatly as possible around the cables. You will want to keep this as tight ...
Now insert the wire through the loop.
Now pull the loop under the wraps. At this point your knot is as good as done. But if you want to go pro. Follow the next step.
For bonus strength points, tie off the wire with a good twist. That cable is not going anywhere. You can get network cable and audio-visual/home theater cable at ...
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