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Saturday, August 18th 2012, 3:53pm

by mrfixit

Just match up the colors of the wires and splice them back together.
Buy a length of wire at the Home Depot if need be. Count the wires. They'll cut you off a short piece if you ask them.
Be careful when you remove the outer casing off of the individual colored wires. You can crimp the copper and it'll break in half when you twist it together.

Saturday, August 18th 2012, 3:19pm

by cpearson (Guest)

repair sprinkler wiring chewed by puppy

?( How do I go about replacing wiring chewed by a puppy? The wiring is in a sleeve on the outside of my house which is directed to go to inside the garage and to the control panel. I have NO clue about how to do this and would like to try.



Thanks for your help!