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  1. I have a RB526H2ww stove. The oven (bake) element stopped working. While removing it, I noticed only one of the push-on wire terminals was not connected to anything. I opened the back of the stove and found out the end of the red wire that supplies power to the bake element had burned out. The metal part where the end of the bake element should insert was damaged. That wire goes from the bake element to the broil element to the bake/broil knob and from there an other attached wire goes to the oven light on the control panel. My issue is that I cannot seem to find a replacement for this wire on any of the parts websites; it is not even mentioned on the replacement parts list. Can anyone help? Thank u so much!
  2. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Electrical Terminals

    Version 1.0.0

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    Good tech brief on electrical terminal basics, types of terminals, crimping vs. soldering myths, and more. By Jim Dunbar – Product Manager, Terminals & Splices and Tom Michielutti, Senior Product Engineer, Tyco Electronics, Harrisburg, PA
  3. Electrical Terminals View File Good tech brief on electrical terminal basics, types of terminals, crimping vs. soldering myths, and more. By Jim Dunbar – Product Manager, Terminals & Splices and Tom Michielutti, Senior Product Engineer, Tyco Electronics, Harrisburg, PA Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 09/22/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  4. Have a ductless ac/heatpump 120v past 7-8 years and recently the black wire on indoor unit is roasted at the terminal....any ideas where to look or should I just beef up the wire to maybe 10-12 gauge intead of the normal 14 that comes with kit...unit is fused correctly at 15 amps both in at fuse box and at outside disconnect-which I think also popped...gotta check when i get home...thanx
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    LG Dishwasher In-Door Wire Loom

    From the album: Dishwasher Repair

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