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Old June 6, 2009, 10:59 PM
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This may be a first but I am looking for someone willing to sleeve my power supply cables in the Vancouver, Richmond B.C. Area.

Parts Needed to be sleeved single by the cable.

8 Pin Power EPS 12v
8 Pin Power EPS 12v Extender
24 Pin
Sata Power Cables x 2
6 Pin ATX
8 Pin ATX

I will try and get the parts from Charles at MurderMod and then I will bring them to you and of course I will pay you, Probably about $50 or if you do it fast $75. Contact me! PM me for phone number, I am 15 so don't be surprised.
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Old June 7, 2009, 12:30 AM
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There is a service here:

Sleeving Service - Power Supplies [SERVICE-PSU-SLEEVE] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
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Old June 7, 2009, 09:38 AM
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I'm curious as to why you don't want to try doing it yourself? I'm not much older than you and I've done some sleeving. Sure it wasn't the best to begin with but I'm getting better at it.
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come one someone help this guy out. last time i did it(not that professionally even :D) i only asked for a 6 pack(of coke) :)
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To do it properly takes a lot(lot lot lot) of time if you're doing it MurderMod style(individual). $50 is not equal compensation for the amount of time it will take someone to do it.

Just FYI from someone who spent hours doing his(and is considering redoing it to make it more perfect:)).
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Alright well how much should I pay then? If it gets to expensive I may just pay $25 to $50 for someone to undo the cables from the connector so i can sleeve it myself, That is the only problem I have which is taking the cables out to sleeve.
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Alright well how much should I pay then? If it gets to expensive I may just pay $25 to $50 for someone to undo the cables from the connector so i can sleeve it myself, That is the only problem I have which is taking the cables out to sleeve.
Take the $50 and buy the molex puller from murdermod and a this NCIX.com - Buy Mod Smart Universal Power Supply Molex Removal Tool Removes Male & Female Molex for PSU Sleeving - M-UNIV In Canada.
from NCIX. Sleeve a single cable at a time and it really isn't that hard.
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I have that but I cant get the cables out like I dont understand why or how to get it out. only the atx stuff is complicated
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I have that but I cant get the cables out like I dont understand why or how to get it out. only the atx stuff is complicated
did you follow this guide?

Cable Sleeving Guide - XtremeSystems Forums
It really is easy. Push in the tool on the outsides of the pin all the way. Pull on wire. You will need to pull rather hard.
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I have seen it but I cant do it and I have broke 3 of them U tools, Nobody even wwants to make a quick 50 for just removing cables?
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