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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    My apologies I did not see you had a broken wire. I thought you were asking about a ferrite core / choke.
    No problem. Appreciate you trying to help


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    Those connecters have push un sleeves. You crimp the sleeve on and then push them into the connector body. An electronics supply should have or be able to order the correct sleeves to rebuild your connector
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Those connecters have push un sleeves. You crimp the sleeve on and then push them into the connector body. An electronics supply should have or be able to order the correct sleeves to rebuild your connector
    Ok how do I measure them to order online


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    Any numbers on the connector?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Any numbers on the connector?
    No I was hoping there would be but Iím not that lucky lol.


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    Worse case it could be soldered to the board? That would be the route I would take if I had no other option
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    This is the search phrase I used to find connectors and pins. (disconnectable crimp style connectors) pitch width will help find the connector. It is the distance between the pins on the connector on the board expressed in Millimeters. Pitch width and pin count will allow you to get a set of mated connectors that will fit your board. I hope that makes sense. The old circuit board connector would then be unsoldered the new connector soldered on the pins crimped on its mate and you would be ready to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    This is the search phrase I used to find connectors and pins. (disconnectable crimp style connectors) pitch width will help find the connector. It is the distance between the pins on the connector on the board expressed in Millimeters. Pitch width and pin count will allow you to get a set of mated connectors that will fit your board. I hope that makes sense. The old circuit board connector would then be unsoldered the new connector soldered on the pins crimped on its mate and you would be ready to go.
    Thanks I appreciate the help.


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    MK used project specific connectors in many cases. Just like the V2 us2 connector. The connector is design specific. There is no generic replacement for pin, male or female or complete connector. I've been thru this before.

    I would guess that you could use a jewelers screwdriver to release and remove the pin, then try soldering the wire on the pin using a low watt soldering iron. I have done this on similar oem type connectors.
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    Thanks thatís what Iím going to try and do


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