I speculate this is just barely an EE question, but I'll risk it anyway:
I'm replacing a set of 175C 10A thermal fuses (with 172C 10A actually). At this temperature / current range, do we need special high-temp crimps or will any ol' ebay copper crimps do?
EDIT: Good comments, some clarifications:
- application is an electric single-burner mini stovetop
- stovetop wire insulation is in excellent shape and will shroud crimps
- crimp material suggestions welcome and appreciated