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Our Review/Thoughts

I bought everything I needed to do the repair myself and it cost me about $50 total to fix the cable

So all you need to do is: (i) open the casing using a hairdryer to melt the glue and a pair of pliers to open the case [not 100% straightforward but workable in such a fashion as not to damage the case much], (ii) cut off the old cable close to the rubber stopper, (iii) trim and tin the cut leads, (iv) reassemble and glue the case, (v) clamp while the glue dries

All ready to solder into the Apple MagSafe 2 power pack

The next time I need to do a repair on a cable (and there will be a next time) I'll be able to save even more dough

ing it and putting it back together wasn't too hard but the case didn't want to stay shut so I put a little superglue and placed a couple clamps on it

It has the rubber plug and prepared leads

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