Got A Broken Ethernet Plug? You Can Absolutely Fix It Using Zip Tie

Ethernet cables are one of the most popular wireless networking cable that are able to connect to a local area like Pcs, routers and switches which used in wired networks. This thing was produced and designed to connect one computer to a router or switch.

Through plugging in the ethernet cable on your PC’s, you were able to connect to the internet automatically.

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Instances that happened because of overusing and mishandling of the ethernet cable which is the common mistake of the user, this cause into the brokenness of the device. Then you will suddenly a thinking of buying new because you can longer use the old one and another thing is that you don’t know how to fix it.

Actually, there’s no need for you to spend your money just for it. As you can see there are many lifehack tips that you can find on the internet wherein you will know what are the best tips of how to repair the broken ethernet cable. And one of the examples that I’m going to show you is these 5 steps where you will only use a zip tie to fix it.

STEP 1. LOST PLUG
I know that most of you are familiar with this problem when your ethernet cables are loose and easily slips on the ethernet port and constantly happening.

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STEP 2. ZIP TIE
Get a zip tie and cut it off. Depending on you on how long you want… on the picture cuts for about 1-2 inches.

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STEP 3. HEAD
The next thing to do is to cut the head of the zip tie vertically into the half.

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STEP 4. PLUG IN
Then place the zip tie on the ethernet cable and plug in it together.

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STEP 5. READY
There you’re done repairing it and you can connect now on the wireless network. When removing the plug, just push down the zip tie.

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Easy right? So if you have a broken ethernet cable on your home, don’t worry about it and there’s no need to buy a new one. Using this step-by-step tutorial, you would absolutely fix it.

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CREDITS: instructables, EhlersTV, compnetworking.about

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