On Feb 5, 2006, at 8:21 PM, email@example.com wrote:
>> This is an accepted technique for dealing with old, crumbling wiring
>> replacing light fixtures, etc. in older houses.
> I personally would not go blowing a whole lot of heat down the cable
> trying to shrink the tube all the way, the heat can't be good for
> left of the fabric insulation in there.
I slipped a narrow piece over what I think was the hot and a wider
piece over both lines and up into the armoring, which was a bear as the
cloth bunches up and expands when pushed. Hair dryer heat is all I had
and so far it looks like a solid installation.