Could you please help me determine how to properly replace this 4-wire cord that has pin style terminal with a 3-wire cord that has ring style terminals?
Do I need to buy pin style crimps? or should I replace it with a a solid (as opposed to stranded) 3-wire range cord (not sure if it exists)
Outlet/house wiring is aluminum all 3 wires. Are there any concerns of mismatching aluminum/copper?
Range instruction MANUAL below mentions that the cord can be replaced.
If replacing the power cord, use only a suitable UL or CSA approved one.
- Tighten the power cord using the power cord strain relief bracket supplied with the appliance.
- Allow enough slack to easily attach the cord terminals to the terminal block
Additionally, what is the proper torque value for these flat head terminal blocks?
I think I found din-pin style connectors being used on original cable but I'm guessing will need a special crimp tool to properly attach and it will be really hard to buy just 2 of them https://www.airic-terminal.com/products_din_terminals_din_pin_terminals.html
But, on the other hand, would i be able to just use a ferrule and $20 crimper?