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The last 6 posts

Monday, October 6th 2003, 5:41am

by Rays Sprinklers


Sunday, October 5th 2003, 2:26pm


I would go with what Tony said. I have never had to repair a wire although.

Sunday, October 5th 2003, 9:30am

by Rays Sprinklers


Friday, October 3rd 2003, 1:23pm

by SprinklerGuy

If you use a need for electrical tape.

DO NOT use regular nuts and electric tape.....

Friday, October 3rd 2003, 10:14am

by Rays Sprinklers

i would join the two.....put a nut on...then electrical tape the whole thing

Friday, October 3rd 2003, 7:29am

by bhungue2

wire fixing

What is the best way to fix a cut wire? Is the electrical tape enough or is it necessary to use that glue stuff around the tape.