If you have the time- I have had good luck getting those cables working again. But it requires complete removal. Hang it up on end with a little hose and funnel clamped to the top end. Keep some penetrant in the funnel. Keep working it so that any moisture and grit is displaced. You can tell when it's getting cleaned up by the color of the stuff coming out the bottom. I haven't done it, but I've read on here where clamping one end in a drill and spinning it can accelerate getting the lube down through the cable.
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