Help to identify a power connector.

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  1. tonka

    tonka Funster Life Member

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    image.jpg Trying to assist someone on Facebook motorhome group.
    Anyone know what this white connector is fitted to Autotrails . It's the plug and socket near the top.. Ignore the big one, they bought it by mistake..
     
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    It looks like a 'Multicomp' 4.2mm connector. Obtainable from CPC.co.uk (Farnell), but looking at the current (no pun intended) catalogue they only seem to be available as 2 or 4 pole.
     
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    the white one looks like a regin one often used on heating systems to make removal of pumps easier youll get one from a city plumbing or plumb/parts center usually come in three and five ways the 5 way ones are more common they come in a pack both parts
     
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    Do they want the male or the female?
    Personally I would just replace them with a readily available connector
     
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    tonka Funster Life Member

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    Not for me.. Just a facebook query that i was trying to assist with... I have put them on to sargent to double check..

    Mitzimad, cheers.. will pass it on..
     
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    tonka Funster Life Member

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    Gellyneck Funster Life Member

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    Hi Tonka
    Given the one I referred to comes with the both male and female parts why don't they just replace both parts? Or am I being stoopit!
     
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    tonka Funster Life Member

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    Not my task... And not really sure on what they are doing.. Suspect trying to add extra mains sockets..
    I have given up now and passed on what i can...

    THANKS ALL..... MISSION ABORTED...
     
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    Yep looks like a Molex minifit!

    I have the crimping tool and pin removal tool for those!
     
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    We use them in the workshop for ease of adding things in. but I agree with Paul that simpler to replace both sides if the original isn't available
     
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