I'm repurposing a PSU that I recently replaced. I'm using it in a project that needs high current supplied. I don't need all the wires (as you could imagine), but I don't know how to seal them off safely.
I was thinking about trimming them shorter and then adding a bit of electrical tape over the end and doing a little bit of shrink wrap to hold that in place. Is this a good idea? I generally like to stay away from electrical tape, but I can't see any alternatives, and the shrink tubing would hold it in place. Ideally, I would desolder the wires from the PSU, but I'd rather not mess around with it and all the warnings about capacitors. How should I do this?