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HV block connector

I must have accidently disconnected a
plastic connector that has one black
wire coming out of it.the hv block part is
920p00501.The part has 4 prongs 2 vertically
and 2 horizontally. any help will be appreciated!
Thanks,Gramps

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I was able to get a picture of the block.
and found where connector goes.
Thanks,gramps

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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