I've always thought everyone knew this simple fact about whether to cut your string out after ot has snapped or not. But turns out, I was scrolling down the threads and found out that not all of them do. So due to my boredom I'm just gonna answer that question and explain why so that it may help that small fraction of people out there. Firstly, if your string snaps, immidiately cut it out, espacially if you strung it at a high tension. Why? Because when you string snaps, the area of where it snapped will lose all its tension thus the string bed will have an uneven tension. This will apply different amount of pressure and force to different parts of the frame thus causing it to bend. When to top of the frame bends, it will weaken or even crack the T-Joint. When the T-Joint is loose or cracked, every swing applys greater pressure on it until it eventually breaks of the shaft. And even if your T-Joint does not break off, the string bed will be curved thus your shot will not direct the shuttle straight and is very unpredictable to where it might head to. And thats not all, when your frame is bent it will be weakened and mishits during and hard shot or smash may break the whole racket apart.