Hey guys - I have always been comfortable fixing or trying to fix just about anything and today I decided to tackle the task of fixing the busted-***** audio snake we have sitting around the shop. It was actually kind of funny/sad how all but about 5 of the channels were taped over on the stage box and at least 6 connectors were missing on the fan-out. One of my co-workers reports that there were possible breaks within the multi-cable snake somewhere in the middle. It's about a 300' long snake. It is currently randomly coiled and sitting on the ground. I checked continuity of each and every conductor from either pin to pin or bare-wire to pin and found no opens OR shorts. Does anyone have a tried and true method for simulating stress on a snake multi-cable during a gig or am I going to end up having to drag it out into the parking lot, "snake" it around and test each channel while jiggling random areas of the cable? I plan on replacing all of the ends before doing this, of course. Ideas?