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  1. #1
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    You guys ever splice wires going to and from the thermostats in a dryer?

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    Probably....unless you mean something I am not thinking about!?

    jeff.
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    I mean like when a wire has burned in two and you take another wire with the correct sized/kind terminal on it and splice it to the old wire with an inline splice or wire nut to add the needed length that you need and to replace the damaged part of the wire.

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    Yes I have then.

    jeff.
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