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    Electrical help needed.

    I am replacing the halogen light in a halogen 'oven'. It looks like a big bowl with a lid with the halogen light and fan etc in it.

    I am struggling a little trying to find the same diameter light but I'm sure that I will find one.

    I do need advice on the electrical connectors which are crimped together. I recollect, from a previous enquiry about these things that it is important to get the right connectors. The existing connectors are different sizes etc.



    The existing connectors have the following marks on them:-
    CE5 (J3F) - larger in size.
    CE2 (J9V) - smaller in size.

    I don't have these connectors and I probably should also get a decent crimping tool.

    As ever, any advice is gratefully received and thanks to all for looking.

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    I have found CE crimped connectors on Amazon). I guess that is all that I need to know?

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    I've found these. Do they come in 'diff qualities'?

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0798T6M..._sj7EDbFWA50BD

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    have you found the halogen unit yet?
    Have a look on eSpares for your hob make/model.
    They usually have handy videos for how to replace the items.
    I'd be surprised if you need to change the crimp connectors for a replaceable item - I'd have expected the connectors to be either plug in or bolt on.
    The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair.


 

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