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Old 12-08-2008, 04:26 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Stubbie View Post
do not reuse the old wirenuts they are not rated to the correct temp for a 90C fixture
This never ends. How do we tell what temp. wirenuts we have?

"Standard (non-high temperature) xxxxx wire connectors will begin to soften at approximately 261 deg. C - the bottom of the melting range for
polypropylene. High temperature models (black Wire-Nut brand connectors) do not begin to soften until approximately 320 deg C."


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