Monday, December 30, 2019

Tutorial: How to crimp connectors, strip wire and use heat shrink.

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Thanks to mjlorton for this excellent, easy-to-understand tutorial on how to crimp connectors, strip wire, and use heat shrink tubing.  You will use most of these skills during you lifetime as a radio amateur, so this video should be retained as a reference document in your Amateur/Ham Radio Library.

Here are some observations from "mjlorton":
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