How to splice power supply wires together?

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Old 10-07-00, 03:01 PM
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The family cat chewed the wire on a power supply to the powered speakers on a PC. Is it ok to "splice" them back togehter somehow? The power supply says it is a "Class II"; I/P:120VAC 60Hz 23VA; O/P: 12 VAC 1500mA. I was thinking about splitting the wire down the middle to separate the (copper) wires, stripping back about 3/4 inch black plastic insulation, then twisting the matching wires back together, and either using electric tape to recover, or I have some yellow wire nuts that I could use to connect. Is either method safe? If yes, is one better than the other? Or should I just go buy a new power supply? Thanks in advance for any assistance.
 
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Old 10-07-00, 07:43 PM
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Arkwanderer
Yes, go ahead and splice the wires back together. Cut out the damaged area, strip the insulation back, twist the wires and wrap with electrical tape.
Brian
 
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