Originally Posted by happyman
Shrink tube can be slid over the wire and warmed up with a heat gun, or better yet, shrink connectors can be purchased to give the same results -> a water tight seal.
Only adhesive-lined heat shrink tubing really gives a water tight seal. Normal heat shrink tubing gives a seal, but is not water-tight as capiliary action will wick water up in to the tubing.
And Jorjo... that just mean's you're an Irish illiterate @$$.
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