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Replacing the Temperature sensor

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The replacement temperature arrived in the mail tonight and I'm in the process of installing the new one and when I took off the panel I noticed there is a random plug that isn't plugged into anything. Is that something I should be concerned about?


Any tips for feeding the temperature sensor and wire back through the shroud? I'm guessing I just pull out the old one then gently push/feed the new one back through?

Thanks! Can't wait to get this puppy going again. And Happy New Year to you all!


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