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Old 12-22-2012, 11:35 AM   #16
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Those should be okay

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Old 12-22-2012, 12:14 PM   #17
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Are you useing a halogen or LED bulb? If halogen...temp is an issue....if your using LED....regular wire nuts will be fine.
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Are you useing a halogen or LED bulb? If halogen...temp is an issue....if your using LED....regular wire nuts will be fine.

He needs to use wire nuts suitable for the fixture rating.
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He needs to use wire nuts suitable for the fixture rating.
Yup... next owners might swap out the LED bulbs for halogen.
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Yup... next owners might swap out the LED bulbs for halogen.
Good point....didn't think of that...
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It uses a halogen bulb.

I'm not sure why we can't get ceramic connectors in Canada but I found these down in Ohio; I'm not sure what I should order exactly:

http://iseinc.com/Ceramic%20Wire%20Nut.htm
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Try an appliance parts store. They usually use the ceramic wirenuts for the ignitors in ovens.

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