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Call to Buy. Corporate and Wholesale Prices. Pick Up from Store. Vodafone Points. Ask Technician. Write a review Confirmed Purchased Customers. MacBook Air Late and later. It burnt a hole straight through the cupcake it was embedded in. FYI: many photographers refer their camera if they feel it is not worth bragging about as a potato. Tripping in a cord that uses the barrel connection will bring the notebook down in more cases than those where a magsafe is used.
I had a toshiba laptop with sort of a stunted barrel connector that would come out every time, unless you yanked it at a 90 degree angle. Just a thought, never touched the actual connector. Needed same thing with my automotive GPS unit so I could put it in my shirt pocket and just listen to it for turn by turn instructions.
Just cover the GPS unit with saran wrap and insert the connector through the saran wrap, then cover the connector with epoxy putty. I repair phones and computers as a side job. If you pull off the metal shell around the actual contacts, you can pull the connector itself out of the metal shell and then repair the connection and put everything back.
Very entertaining, and usable for when you need a quick fix.
My magsafe connector went out and I followed iFixit tutorial with a replacement cable like this one. My favourite is tack-gluing with superglue, then going for epoxy. I patented this term in a Youtube video sometime last year. As shown the cable will fail where it terminates. Always look for fail points.
The second or more often fail point is when one wraps the cable around anything.
The cable should fail anywhere not at both stressed ends. Two poor designs in one. But this really comes down to sexy looks vs. A respectable sound engineer knows not to wrap microphone cables.
The is because of coax construction. The braid breaks easily when twisted or bent sharply. If we could only do without coax, but mics need it.
But because coax is round and two conductors are standard zip type cable, desighners and fashonists determine which is right for us them. I routinely cut headphone cords and solder to the stub of the plug and cover with either fast epoxy or silicone and just free form the latter from the tube. A wet finger can touch and flatten once each touch to form. But where do you find 1 pistachhio?!?
Buy a whole bag and save the others for eternity? Sell them singley on eBay?
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Oh — ok. Some nutjob will buy them. Lessen here…!
Known weak spot? PreFix it. And a nice warning to others. Do not buy. There are tons of things on Thingiverse for magsafe 1 and 2 for providing strain relief to prevent cord failure. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. By using our website and services, you expressly agree to the placement of our performance, functionality and advertising cookies. Learn more. Report comment. But I want a pistachio nutshell filled with hot glue! No, you could have 3D printed a connector. Next next step: Making good PCBs with tortilla. This fix is so the after market battery will explode quicker?
In the case of the barrel connector, only the part about the orientation. Is that barrel connection center-positive, or center-negative? You mean the Queensland nut?