Manly-Man Skills - The Lineman Splice

*WARNING! EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*

How not to look like an idiot when you are trying to connect two wires.
This is an old, simple and very effective way to join two wires without any hardware. Add solder for a permanent joint.

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+5 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago

Quite entertaining, eh! 8-)
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+10 2. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

If I had just £1.00 for every time I've done that...I STILL wouldn't be a millionaire...but I'd be pretty well off!
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+5 3. BiMezo commented 5 years ago

I... didn't realize, that it wasn't just a common sense (knowledge?).
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+2 4. Urihep commented 5 years ago

If you have no tools to connect them properly, you find a temporal solution, for instance twinning them. When you come home (or where ever) you connect them properly. The method presented here is making a temporal solution permanent.
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+1 5. Thanny commented 5 years ago

The first time I needed to join two wires together, that's what I did without giving it a second thought. It just seems obvious.

Don't forget to slide on a piece of heat shrink first, so you can cover the wire. Better than tape.
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0 6. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

That might come in handy some time! ;)