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Old 12-12-2010, 12:31 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by dvldrmmr View Post
you could get another connector, and solder pins on the end to fit into the original connector, splicing off a wire as in #1. then when you're done, just unplug your "piggyback" setup, and plug the original connector back in. sort of a man-in-the-middle type setup, and no worries about corrosion/broken wires with method #3. just a thought.
Method #3 will neither cause corrosion, nor broken wires. But you need something a bit heftier than a pin, and a sharp, fine dental instrument is just right for the job of pick probing.
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