원문 게시자: nichume ,
I just finished repairing two of these myself... (I have an 8-month-old kitten who likes to chew them)... There was a third that was, apparently, unsuccessful ... As a previous poster said, there's not much to it, really. Just chop out the damaged section of cable and shortened it up. If I'd been thinking I would have done a video and posted that too... The biggest "problem" I ran into was the double-helix braided shielding of the outer conductor. I ended up just breaking it into three strands and very gently soldering them back together that way, then eat-shrinking the whole assembly. I'm typing this out on a MacBook running on a repaired PSU right now, so it apparently worked... Some things to think about if doing this yourself: 1) Try and stagger the inner core and outer shielding solder-points. I was dumb (and in a rush) and didn't, and it's a little bit lumpy now as a result. 2) Make a bloody point of checking the pinout voltages against a GOOD power supply before you jack it in. I screwed up one of the three I was working on (I'm still not sure how. Have to rip it apart again...) and am awfully glad I didn't plug it in... Good luck!