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2 months ago

injector body installation

wire for the heating block broke off at the end that fits into block. Is this a thermocouple?

2 months agoReply from Dan Ste.Marie
Jhenson There is a heater and a thermocouple that go into the heat sink block of the injector. If the wires broke you will need to replace either the heater (fatter cartridge) or the thermocouple (skinnier cartridge). You may be bale to find one on Ebay. The heaters for 120v are different than the heaters for a 240v GC.

Dan



2 months agoReply from Jhenson
avatar placemarkThis is the heater sensor. Does anyone know if it can be wired back on? Thanks!

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