I'm new to crimp UTP cable, and I've just bought a crimper to do so. I found that it's easy to crimp two-footed RJ45. However, I'm scratching
my head in making "three-footed" RJ45, since the 8th Contact cannot frequently be crimped. When I crimp the "three-footed" RJ45, I firstly hear some click sound. When I've done it, I can only see that the 8th Contact seems doing nothing. I see that the brown wire has not been crimped, and the "three-footed" "golden iron" touches only a little bit to the brown wire. I use cable tester to test it, yes, it works.
My question is that is the "three-footed" RJ45 hard to complete easily and especially the 8th Contact?
Appreciate for any help!