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Old 07-24-2011, 09:00 PM
Doug Sheridan
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I had one of the aluminum blocks fail on my furnace and my electrician convinced me to let him install the copper crimped connector. It's been there for two years so far. He said the key to using them is the amount of torque used to crimp it. They used two, 3' cheaters to crimp with. Seemed crazy at the time, but it still works. Not a recommendation, just fyi.
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