So I just received my time delay board in the mail last night. Assembly of the board went rather quickly. Before I started the rewiring, I read through the instructions. Unless I'm missing something, it appears I need an additional 2-3ft of wire to install the board. I ran to the local hardware store, and all I could find was 18 gauge braided hook-up wire and the voltage rating was questionable. I also knew that the wire wouldn't fit in the board eyelets.
After a quick search online, the smallest length I could find was 50ft spools, that run about $50 a spool, plus shipping. Does anyone have a better/less expensive source of 20-22 gauge wire rated at 600V? I'd rather not turn a $35 project into a $100 project, with $40 of wire sitting around that I'm never going to use. I figured Id ask here first before attempting to order 3ft of wire from Bob/Roy.
I'm surprised they don't include a length of wire in the standalone board kits as the retrofit requires additional wire.