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    amp power help

    i have cut through my amps power cable ooops! and was wondering if i could rejoin them through a connector block or not and would i need to fuse it again after the connector block or not? thanks!
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    Oops, bet your glad you had a fuse in it at all

    To rejoin it i'd solder it and tape it up rather than a connector block that could add resistance to the cable

    No need to add a seperate fuse to it though
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    thanks......
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    there is also somthing like this if your soldering isnt up to much

    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/stin...p4-p-1945.html

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