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Splicing chargers need help ASAP


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Need a large size close up.  That one is just a step up from a thumbnail.


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It will hang loose. I'm trying to cut out the board altogether. Splicing the wires in the middle, using the yellow (working) jack and the adapter or connection of the jack (attached to the board) that doesn't work. In one of the large pictures you can see a white end attached to the yellow jack ...and black end attached to the jack with the board... The goal is to swap these ends so that it(being the yellow jack) can plug into the computer.
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What exactly do you need to see. I'll describe it in full. I mean there's only 5 wires.
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But we only have +20 and ground coming in so what do the other three do?  Perhaps a sensor pair to see if the thing is plugged in and maybe a shield connected to the chassis?  Or just wires in parallel.  


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