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Old 12-03-2009, 08:53 AM
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Repairing wire elements

The hole I drilled to pass my thermocouple into the furnace was too close to the element. The element is above the thermocouple tube and is resting on the tube now. I suspect it will continue to droop and who knows where it will drop/roll/move to.
I will try to get a pic but in the meantime, any idea on how to repair? Anyone joined brittle elements? how?
The element is resting loosely on the tube , I was thinking about how to pin it from falling further down.
Franklin
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