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Our pizza oven needs a new timer. I am not going to pay $80 for a new one when I need a $5 part. I have plenty of other options, but I would like to replace the timer with either the exact one that came out, or one similar. I don't want to hack something together if I don't have to.

The problem is, I can't find the part anywhere. There is no manufacturer there might be a model number .

From the bottom of the timer...

SL-15A
250V-50Hz10AT-90

Its a 15 minute single pole spring wound timer with a "dinger" out of a Biaggia pizza oven. It shouldn't be this hard to find.
 

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Sure, I could do that, and then tape them up real good so they don't contact the stainless appliance, or I could cut them off, wirenut them, and crimp on some new connectors when/if I get the part.

You guys really like to bust balls over stupid chit.
 

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Sure, I could do that, and then tape them up real good so they don't contact the stainless appliance, or I could cut them off, wirenut them, and crimp on some new connectors when/if I get the part.

You guys really like to bust balls over stupid chit.

Its easer and quicker to just throw tape on then to be wrestling to strip thermoplastic insulation and trying to find non insulated crimps.
 

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Just a head's up that those are nickel-plated phosphorous bronze terminals (high heat terminals). You won't have very good luck with the typical tin-lead plated brass terminals inside restaurant equipment. Also takes a special crimp die for uninsulated terminals, which you may have already.
 
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Its easer and quicker to just throw tape on then to be wrestling to strip thermoplastic insulation and trying to find non insulated crimps.
Thanks for your concern, but I had absolutely no problem stripping the wires and I'm sure whatever crimps I do use, will work just fine for this $80 Walmart pizza oven.
 

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Thanks for your concern, but I had absolutely no problem stripping the wires and I'm sure whatever crimps I do use, will work just fine for this $80 Walmart pizza oven.

If its an 80 dollar oven just chuck it, however, at least make sure the crimps are bare since any plastic on them will burn off.
 
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