How would one solder, or in general patch, these two pieces of the same cable? Can I just separate the inner from the outer cable, solder and properly isolate one from the other?
I bought a power cable for Google Nest camera but it won't fit my cable duct. I wanted to insert the probe through the duct, bind it to the front (charging part) of the cable
While the end barely fits the duct, I tried pulling and the bond between cable and probe was too thick. I tried to bind the charging tip to the front of the probe and push, but eventually it could't make a tiny turn.
So after countless attempts I decided to cut it open to see if it was something like of a twisted pair, which is easier to solder. And found this.