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Uh oh, a Canadian asked a question in a non-Canadian forum.

The sheeeeeeeit is going to hit the fan!

Anyway.. I've never heard of a connector/coupling to just attach the metal/rubber coating.. if I get a rip or tear, I just tape the heck out of it. What is the situation you have?
 

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If the cable has pulled out of the connector and needs to be repaired, such as with settling when ran underground, I've installed either a conduit nipple or a length of conduit to a coupling then re-cut in the cable... For an armor and outer rubber repair, nothing I can think of off hand..
 

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Contact the wire manufacturer and they can give you their method of repair that will still give you the same classification rating. Just had to repair a cable in some tray here. 2 layers 88 2 layers 33 and a huge piece of split shrink for a boot.
 
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