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lionelmcc

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Hello again

Sorry for constantly asking Qestions but there are so many questions ro be asked.
OK has anybody tried WAGO pushwire terminals and if so, whats the verdict

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ezzzekiel

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I work closely with another spark, i love em, he hates em
 
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Guest123

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Hey.

These wago's are like marmite, you either love em or hate em, personally I'm a hater. Have had issues with them in the past. Theres another thread on these somewhere I'll see if I can dig it out.

HERE - http://www.electriciansforums.net/electrical-tools-products/3732-wagobox.html
 
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lionelmcc

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why? and why?

I've heard they are maintenance free and can be used instead of crimps
 
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cyberpunk

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Hello again

Sorry for constantly asking Qestions but there are so many questions ro be asked.
OK has anybody tried WAGO pushwire terminals and if so, whats the verdict

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i first used these connectors in 1999 in the netherlands, i think they are great, quick and easy to use.
Although last year on a project norway i saw a joint box had caught fire and competely melted above a suspended ceiling where these connectors were used.I concluded whoever fitted them had not pushed them fully on and therefore were very loose causing the fire so this product is good to use if it is used correctly.
 

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