I broke an LED; will connecting the one wire leading in to the wire leading out break the device? Answered
I have a broken LED. Will connecting the wire leading into the LED to the wire leading out of that one LED break the device? I don't have solder so my plan was to twist together the stripped wires and wrap in electrical tape.
Would powering on the device cause any sparks? The LED is part of a group of LEDs in a ring around the cone of a hair dryer. There are wires leading up to this ring-shaped circuit board with six leads and a resistor. Would directly connecting the two wires leading up to this ring-shaped board break anything or potentially be hazardous if operating the hair dryer?
Now that I think about it, the electrical tape would not be a good idea as it would probably melt