Hmmm. "There have been no posts in this forum in 30 days..."
Well, I'll try here first and if nothing happens, I can always repeat the post in a few days...
My new-to-me K1200LT came with an already-installed-but-not-working-right AutoCom system. As I dig through and correct the problems, one thing I discovered is that the rider's headset lead came in contact with something hot and the outer jacket (only) melted a bit. I can see the (undamaged) inner cables, but I would like to put some type of repair into place.
Replacing the cable itself is out of the question as it goes into the sealed AutoCom unit and I don't have a 7 pin DIN connector anyway. I'd just like to find something that I can fix this with.
In any other climate than the desert of Arizona I would just wrap with electrical tape. Our high temperatures preclude this, though, as the tape just slithers around leaving a very gooey mess behind.
Heat shrink won't fit over the DIN plug.
Any ideas from the august body of people who have helped me out so many times before I got the nerve to start asking questions?
Custom sig temporarily unavaiulable while I think about it.