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Glueing cables back on restart switch

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was doing some work on my PC and I accidentally pulled off the restart cable from the switch under the front restart button. I have managed to push it back in and after a lot of tryinh the restart button seems to work every time I press it.

 

My question is, is there any easy way I could glue it back permanently? 

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It's called soldering.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 10/20/2019 at 6:23 PM, SupaKomputa said:

Pictures please...

Most of the time you can glue it without soldering.

The orange and white wires came off. As you can see, the end of the cable is covered in a rubber jacket.

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ok just skin both wire, you wrap it around each connector and then seal it with a glue / tape. done.

doesn't matter if it's reversed.

 

or the more proper way, you skin only the rubber jacket, if i'm not mistaken there will be some sort of round copper connector thing.

plug the connector to the metal, thigten it with a tweezer. done.

make sure it's not touch the other connector and you won't need to cover it.

maybe a little glue to make it permanent. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 hours ago, SupaKomputa said:

ok just skin both wire, you wrap it around each connector and then seal it with a glue / tape. done.

doesn't matter if it's reversed.

 

or the more proper way, you skin only the rubber jacket, if i'm not mistaken there will be some sort of round copper connector thing.

plug the connector to the metal, thigten it with a tweezer. done.

make sure it's not touch the other connector and you won't need to cover it.

maybe a little glue to make it permanent. 

I do not think there is any round connector like you are describing. 

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