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    Material for J-wire

    Hello all

    being a newbie I was wondering does it matter what wire you use to link J to J? I used soe stranded copper wire I took from a broken freeview box, maybe this is causing my problem with my d2pro 9 wii-clip v4??
    see other thread about mr problems, really in desperate need of help

    cheers

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    I remember a post where GModz mentioned using a 30AWG wire. So may be try that. You can also search for that thread to confirm.

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    Go to Radio Shack and buy Kynar Wire.


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    No problemo

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    good old ratshack , all of those closed down over here , now we have 'the source' which is just as bad. but when you need something quick and youre in a bind kynar & desolder braid are two things you can always 'source' there.
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