c. Wire Splicing Using Solder Method.
This method produces a stronger and more permanent repair. Use this method whenever possible.
If repairing a broken wire, preform steps, (1) through (7) only. If a section of wire is being replaced,
perform steps (8) through (12).
If needed, remove broken wire (1).
Remove 0.75 in. (1.9 cm) of insulation (2) from both ends of wire (1).
Slide a 3 in. (7.62 cm) piece of proper size heat shrink tubing (3) over one end of wire (1).
To prevent personal injury, allow solder to cool before handling.
Twist the two ends of wire (1) together and solder. Be sure solder flows evenly onto both ends of wire (1).
Slide heat shrink tubing (3) over solder joint.