Need help identifying proper PCB Connector Contact


Old 04-30-19, 04:25 PM
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Need help identifying proper PCB Connector Contact


Repairing my double oven stove; removed circuit boards and sending them in for repair. Much less expensive than replacing them outright. Anyway, as I was disconnecting the circuit boards, I managed to damage one of the PCB connectors (as seen in photo). The wire that is connected is 14 gauge; however, this connector continues to another wire, so I'm not sure what size to buy. Any idea how to find this and do they sell such connectors at the big box hardware stores? I'm happy to order online, just not sure what to get.

Thanks, TKH

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Old 04-30-19, 07:51 PM
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That 1/4" female slide crimp is installed with a power crimper.
You can use a #12 size (yellow) crimp for two #14 wires. I would suggest using T & B (Thomas/Betts) or some other good grade of crimp terminals and a dedicated crimping tool.

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This crimp is insulated. You can get and use non insulated type too.
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Those are very common spade connectors. You can find replacements in the electrical section of most home centers as well as auto parts stores and of course you can order them online as well.
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Thank you for those details. I think that should be the right size.
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