Push-wire connectors hit the do-it-yourself market

May 8, 2003
Push-wire connectors that are replacements for ordinary wire-type nuts are now available in blister packs, opening up their use to homeowners and occasional users.

Push-wire connectors that are replacements for ordinary wire-type nuts are now available in blister packs, opening up their use to homeowners and occasional users. Called Wall-Nuts, the connectors from WAGO Corp., Germantown, Wis.(www.wago.com), accept solid or stranded wire and incorporate a transparent housing for visual confirmation of the connection.

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