Kinked Cable Fix?
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Don't know if I'm posting this in the right spot but I've got a bit of a dilemma. The material covering my cable is coming off & the way that its coming off is making my cable kinked. Since I'm not the best at explaining, here's a picture:
 

 
I can't straighten the cable and the longer I leave it that way, the more the material comes off. Plus, when I try moving the material back up to cover the cable, it just won't budge. Should I just cut the material off? Or will that cause the rest of the material to unravel even more? I don't really know what to do here since this has never happened to me before.
 
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Is that a Vmoda cable? That is really weird how it's coming off of there. I would just cut it and see what happens. If you leave it like that it could damage the wires.
 
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  Is that a Vmoda cable? That is really weird how it's coming off of there. I would just cut it and see what happens. If you leave it like that it could damage the wires.
 
Yeah it is a V-Moda cable. Let's say that I do cut the material but eventually the cable stops working due to it being kinked for so long, you think that it would still be covered by warranty?
 
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I would contact them now about it, they claim that their cables are indestructible. They might just send you a new one for free.
 
Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QH3H_i09LwE
 
The video doesn't say anything about the sheathing durability, but it's the point of the video that makes me think they would replace anything that doesn't last.
 
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