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TM 9-254 4-15. Stripping Insulated Wire - Continued Insert the insulated wire into the thermal stripper and melt a ring around the insulation at the desired length to be stripped. Pull off the insulation between the melted ring and the end of the wire either with the thermal stripper or a pair of long-nose pliers. Figure 4-31.  Thermal Stripper CAUTION The  use  of  mechanical  wire  strippers  may  nick  wire  or  break  wire  strands  if  not  used  properly. Nicked  wire  or  broken  strands  of  wire  cause  the  wire  to  be  mechanically  weakened  as  well  as reducing its current-carrying capacity. NOTE The  use  of  adjustable  wire  strippers  is  not  permitted.    Adjustable  wire  strippers  can  become maladjusted causing broken strands or nicks in the wire. c. Mechanical Stripper (fig. 4-32).  A mechanical stripper uses a split cutting blade with notches. When closed, the split cutting blade becomes cutting holes completely encircling the wire to be stripped. 4-37

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