How to properly join electric wires and cables

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In this video you will get the procedure for properly joint the electric wire. This video make for common people whose does not have any professional tools. This joint name is married joint .

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Here i used heat shrink tube for protection. You can use tape for this joint. This joint is better than normal twist joint. I hope this video help you.

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    • Gold is Gold
      Gold is Gold

      This is information. How can someone dislike information?

      about 11 months ago
    • Paulus de Kenezy
      Paulus de Kenezy In reply to Gold is Gold

      I disliked the f*ckin' "music" and camera distance.

      about 2 months ago
    • Serious liar
      Serious liar In reply to Gold is Gold

      How can someone dislike videos about sickness,poorness,everything what is normal?!There are fools all around us!

      about 3 months ago
    • Walter K
      Walter K In reply to Gold is Gold

      @Nsixtyfourlink have you ever heard of fuses/circuit breakers/fusible links? I guess I once again presumed a higher level of common sense than I should have. Nothing will catch on fire if the circuit is properly protected.

      about 3 months ago
    • Nsixtyfourlink
      Nsixtyfourlink In reply to Gold is Gold

      @Walter K I would never use a shitty splice in a car. Large DC batteries with hundreds of amps. And is filled with flammable fuel. Shit will catch on fire.

      about 3 months ago
    • Frankie C
      Frankie C In reply to Gold is Gold

      Jack Hudler dude you are beyond clueless. Making excuses when clearly you have no clue what you’re talking about.

      about 3 months ago
    • Joe Average
      Joe Average

      the T splice was HORRIBLY done. Good job.

      about 2 days ago
    • brett knoss
      brett knoss

      How do you insulate a t-splice?

      about 1 month ago
    • Jack Tong
      Jack Tong

      Good video

      about 2 months ago
    • Jason Newill
      Jason Newill

      This is so ridiculous. First, to tale advice from some random who doesnt use proper wire strippers, and the. Thinks just heating the tape is a proper elecreical connection. This would fail code for any inspector. Smh..

      about 2 months ago
    • John Thomas
      John Thomas

      This is all bull shit

      about 2 months ago
    • jack duggan
      jack duggan

      Coming from a british JIB gold card electrician please do not do attempt this at home haha you wont see this in the electrical regs lol...

      about 2 months ago
    • doomdog 308
      doomdog 308 In reply to jack duggan

      and who has the time to do that any way what a load of shit

      about 2 months ago
    • MrEdis88

      Or you can just use a screw terminal

      about 2 months ago
    • Pål Abrahamsen
      Pål Abrahamsen

      Ehhhhhh...a qualified electrician would not do that...

      about 2 months ago
      ROBTHE GODD In reply to Pål Abrahamsen

      Pål Abrahamsen as a qualified electrician if you are not going to solder the wires use a wire nut trying to find shortcuts on wiring is the quickest was to burn a house down

      about 2 months ago
    • ThePark 627
      ThePark 627

      To all you experts maybe its for low budget or maybe just a quick fix

      about 2 months ago
    • Nathan Ferrell
      Nathan Ferrell In reply to ThePark 627

      ThePark 627 you’d be done in 10 seconds with a wire nut

      about 2 months ago
    • ThePark 627
      ThePark 627 In reply to ThePark 627

      @Nathan Ferrell
      Its for a quick fix then bud? Or is the other method a quicker?

      about 2 months ago
    • Nathan Ferrell
      Nathan Ferrell In reply to ThePark 627

      ThePark 627 wire nuts are 8 cents a piece bud

      about 2 months ago
    • Justin Perry
      Justin Perry

      Says proper way but yet doesn’t use strippers???

      about 2 months ago
    • Justin Perry
      Justin Perry In reply to Justin Perry

      That’s true, being low voltage it wouldn’t really matter to much if one of the wires get cut. But the higher gauge you go in wire you definitely wanna be more professional/safe/proper about it.

      about 2 months ago
    • Naveed Zahir Creativity
      Naveed Zahir Creativity In reply to Justin Perry

      What if a person doesn't have strippers, his procedure will help every one

      about 2 months ago
    • Bernie De La Cruz
      Bernie De La Cruz

      Waste of time. Have you heard of soldiering

      about 2 months ago
    • ThePark 627
      ThePark 627 In reply to Bernie De La Cruz

      No I dont think so, Care to fill us in? Is that a new wire a tool maybe
      (Full Blown Sarcasm)

      about 2 months ago
    • Paulus de Kenezy
      Paulus de Kenezy

      WTF that sh*t music?! :-O

      about 2 months ago
    • michael lennon
      michael lennon

      That's how we did it in the 80d on the bendex

      about 2 months ago
    • Павел Шилов
      Павел Шилов


      about 3 months ago
    • Quan Duong
      Quan Duong

      You should remove the insulated cotting

      about 3 months ago
    • John

      I'd say your boss would have few things to say about your work speed

      about 3 months ago
    • llAntimatterll

      The proper way to join those are to solder those connections before you put any kind of electrical tape or heat wrap on it..

      about 3 months ago
    • Rusty Shackleford
      Rusty Shackleford

      Solder bro!

      about 3 months ago
    • Nick Kiedaisch
      Nick Kiedaisch

      Music is annoying, lineman splice works just fine, soldering is good too, you don't need to use a lighter on electrical tape - only heat shrink

      about 3 months ago
    • USMC 8541
      USMC 8541

      Its a good thing my wires are never under that much tension...splice nut with tape works just fine

      about 3 months ago
    • Phil Kramer
      Phil Kramer

      Nennen wir Wago Klemmen... Ratzifatzi.. Vorallem ob low oder high voltage.. Wenn ich ein video sehe, wo mit nem kraftschneider die Isolation des Kabels getrennt wird, bekomm ich das kotzen.

      about 3 months ago
    • adaptare
      adaptare In reply to Phil Kramer

      @Felix Fauser Ich wusste nicht, das Wago auch solche Klemmen für Litzen anbietet. Aber mann muss auch sagen, das klappt auch nur mit bestimmten Durchmessern. Löten eines Kabels wäre für mich in dem Fall einfacher und billiger. Trotzdem danke für die Information. War mir nicht bewusst, dass es sowas gibt... wieder etwas dazugelernt.

      about 3 months ago
    • Felix Fauser
      Felix Fauser In reply to Phil Kramer

      @adaptare gibt es von Wago das der Hersteller. läuft bei dir denke ich 0
      Verbindungsklemmen Serie 221 Verbindungsklemmen für alle Leiterarten,
      jetzt noch kleiner und handlicher. hier damit du noch was lernen kannst

      about 3 months ago
    • adaptare
      adaptare In reply to Phil Kramer

      Wago Klemmen bei Litzenkabeln. Läuft bei dir!

      about 3 months ago
    • Blake Dudley
      Blake Dudley

      Did literally NOBODY read the description where it states “these are for low voltage only”. Chill out

      about 3 months ago
    • llAntimatterll
      llAntimatterll In reply to Blake Dudley

      @Nikola Beleski
      Actually, voltage isn't exactly what kills you. It can play a part, being in combination with amperage, but for the most part, it's definitely amperage that kills you. Think of it like this, voltage, is a measure of the pressure behind the flow of electrons, while amperage, is a measure of the *volume* of electrons in that flow. A 1000 volt current is practically no more deadly than a 100 volt current. But, even small changes in the amperage behind that current can mean the difference between life and death.

      Think of it like flowing water in your plumbing - where voltage is the water pressure, and amperage is the diameter of the pipe - the amount of water, volume, that comes through it at that pressure. If you have very low amperage (water pipe diameter), but high voltage (pressure), that would essentially be a water jet.

      It could cut a hole through your skin, but only in a very tiny spot, or diameter. But, if you were to open the diameter of that pipe to allow more volume (amperage) through, while maintaining the same water pressure (voltage) you had before, it's probably gonna blast big chunks of your body off lol.

      Obviously, this isn't the same thing that happens when you get zapped by electricity, but hopefully you understand the principle of how the two can function differently. I just find water plumbing to be one of the best analogies when explaining electrical currents lol.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nikola Beleski
      Nikola Beleski In reply to Blake Dudley

      Blake Dudley low voltage is anything under 1000Volts A.C. People can die from a lot less.
      If it’s for Extra Low Voltage >50V (SELV or PELV) sure, anyone can work on that

      about 2 months ago
    • llAntimatterll
      llAntimatterll In reply to Blake Dudley

      This 'tutorial' could potentially lead people to make poor connections with wiring that is drawing serious amounts of current. And on the other hand, if one of those people were working with high voltage, it wouldnt be too hard for it to spark through that cheap one layer thick insulation of electrical tape that he used, if they followed the steps of this video.

      The statement that it is 'only for low voltage' should have been put on the screen in bold font before he even started anything, not only in the description. Hardly anyone reads descriptions on YouTube anymore unless they're directed to do so.

      This 'tutorial' shows how to properly bind the wires together, yes, but fails to 'properly' show that you should solder the joint and then put a good insulator on it regardless. Electrical tape, to me, should only be used as a quick fix bandaid until you can properly get the wire insulated.

      about 3 months ago
    • GodSpeed

      You'd think if you were going to make a wiring video you'd at least have a cheap ass set of wire strippers

      about 3 months ago
    • Viner Fahrtdinov
      Viner Fahrtdinov

      Бокорезы держать научись

      about 3 months ago
    • Федот Федотов
      Федот Федотов

      Такой херне русских учат в школе на уроках труда.

      about 3 months ago
    • Acharya Vlog
      Acharya Vlog

      about 3 months ago
    • Ertan Can Atik
      Ertan Can Atik

      I know a much much better option. Soldering.

      about 3 months ago
    • Lukas Schwörer
      Lukas Schwörer In reply to Ertan Can Atik

      Just use wago clamps

      about 3 months ago
    • Marco Battaglia
      Marco Battaglia In reply to Ertan Can Atik

      This video is useful just because of that. If you don't have a soldering station with you, at least you can still keep on.

      about 3 months ago
    • Snack

      Why would you not use a joint box or a piece of connector strip? Waste of time doing this and time is money bro!

      about 3 months ago
    • hazz nova
      hazz nova

      Music to loud..

      about 3 months ago
    • Shoonka
      Shoonka In reply to hazz nova

      You can controll volume on your phone... right?

      about 3 months ago