resplice

resplice

(riːˈsplaɪs)
vb (tr)
to splice again
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Some forum members suggested swapping the transmitter with the receiver (either unstaple the wires and switch them or cut the wires and resplice).
Thus begins an odyssey through Central Europe, by various means of transport, during which the pair spat, split and resplice, with Juli still hoping that the tunnel-vision Daniel will fall for her.
"If we have to cut a piece and resplice the belt, we're looking at about US$5,000 and maybe 12 to 13 hours of downtime.
When the crews absolutely have to stop and resplice belts it is an extremely rapid operation.
We usually can see staple fastener wear or damage coming for days in advance, so we can resplice at our convenience.