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Old 01-27-2010, 08:32 PM   #31
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I should probably jumper mine just in case I do ever need them. What type of connector did you solder the wire to for the jumper?
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I didn't solder anything. I took an old 14 gauge cable and cut a piece long enough to do the job. Twisted the ends up to make them strong(the copper wire itself), and then folded it over on itself. Shoved each end into the spot they needed be.
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Not a problem. To be honest though, if I would have had some solder I would have just coated the end of that 14 gauge I used. Would have been cleaner. Gotta use what ya got though.
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My dad has plently of solder so I might go do that real quick. Should only take a few minutes to complete.
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Yeah, it'* quick and painless.
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well said. That was one of the quickest mods I've ever done lol
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It seriously took me longer to find the wire that I needed than to do the mod.
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lol I have an entire bag of random wires in a drawer right next to my desk for when I'm modding computers. Just happened to have a little bit of thicker wire in it left over from another project.
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