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Subject: Re: Trapper 300 wiring

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Date Posted: 17/04/06 16:47:34
In reply to: Ian 's message, "Re: Trapper 300 wiring" on 17/04/06 16:41:57

Ah, I see.

No, deck sockets generally comprise of a plasticc bit that the wires fit into and a metal or plastic housing.

You pull the wire through the deck and fit the housing to the deck with screws and sealant, the wire pokes out through the middle. Then you make off the socket bit and push it into the housing where it is probably retained by a screw. The actual design of the fitting will depend on the make.

What you need from the wire is sufficient slack to be able to make it off and somewhere for it to go when you push the socket bit back into the housing.

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