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    Automated Home Ninja Andrew Millne's Avatar
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    Default Redundant wiring

    I want to disconnect a two-way lighting switch wire to switch from only one location. Is there such a thing as a crimpable terminator to crimp both ends of the redundant wire or should i just wrap them with tape? I don't want to remove the switch wire altogether as it may have to be re-fitted at a later date if the Idratek relays are removed.

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    Why not use a chocolate block type connector. I think they are called terminal blocks.
    The crimp type connector you want is called a Butt Splice.
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    Automated Home Ninja Andrew Millne's Avatar
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    thanks, I thought there would be something wit a closed end though. turns out there is. http://www.crowbarelectricalparts.co...Connectors.htm

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