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Can i use a connector to the element thats rated for 170 degrees

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Hello Jack;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service appliance technician.

Although I am retired I do work on the side.

Connectors have different ratings. If you go into a Lowe's or Home Depot Store, you will see the connector packages are rated with the temperature limit. I like to carry connectors that are rated for 250 degrees F. They cost a little more. I like to play it safe.

Ask the person in the electrical department for assistance to make sure you get the correct connector.

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The connectors are usually made of materials that cannot withstand high temparatures, unless the conector you want to use are rated for high teparature above your oparating temparatues
The best thing to do size down the element about 1/2 inch carefully with arcsaw. Then coil the protruding element such that you can use bolt and nut to fasten wire to it.

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