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Core Tube and Wire Connector

Core Tube and Wire Connector

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Where is the "core tube" on a valve and the "wire connectors". I have a supplier that are sending these parts of the valve loose and not tight enough. Hope this makes sense.

RE: Core Tube and Wire Connector

It would probably make sense to someone who has the valve on their desk, or maybe a cut sheet for the valve, but since you didn't even come close to identifying the actual valve, we probably can't help much.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Core Tube and Wire Connector

(OP)
Sorry. It is for a 4WE6 rexroth.

RE: Core Tube and Wire Connector

The core tube is the metal tube in the centre of the coil. Remove the plastic screw on the end, slide off the coil and there is the core tube. They usually screw into the main valve body or are clamped on with bolts.

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