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Restoring Shape to a Waterproof Cable Male Threads or Female Nut
Last Updated: 02/19/2019
Sometimes customers may receive a waterproof cable with a nut or the threaded male end that is misshapen. This can occur because of the following reasons:

* Pressure inside a a shipping box combined with high temperatures
* High temperatures when connectors in storage

The reason for this is that the plastic needs to be pliable enough that when it is stepped on, over-tightened or hit that the nut or threaded male doesn't break.

Here is the method to restore female cables with nuts (output from controllers) back to original condition:


Here is the method to restore male cables with threads (input cables on lights) back to original condition:


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