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 Posted: Sun Apr 26th, 2009 08:15 pm
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                            I use these to grab and hang onto the wire terminals so that they do not pull back into the mounting holes... 

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That is an AWWWWESOME idea! Much more elegant than the alligator clips I've been using.



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certified tech group 51 wrote: I use these to grab and hang onto the wire terminals so that they do not pull back into the mounting holes... 

Ah yes,  Hemostat on eBay



Samurai Appliance Repair Man wrote:
Much more elegant than the alligator clips I've been using.

That's used for somthing else  :tokin:



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