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Post  getback Fri May 17, 2024 6:42 am

noted roddie , i will see if i got one or need to source one . Hand Shake
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Post  roddie Fri May 17, 2024 7:09 am

getback wrote:noted roddie , i will see if i got one or need to source one . Hand Shake


Yea... the little push-button "pops-out" of the switch. The starter "tube" can be taken apart by loosening/removing the two hose-clamps on the ends.. and peeling-off the tape.

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When reassembling; put the two hose-clamps on "first" to hold the rolled-tube in position.. then use short-strips of tape to "cinch-up" the tube. Then you can re-wrap it "all-the-way-around".
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Post  getback Fri May 17, 2024 7:19 am

Sounds simple enough , of coarse i will wait till it fails first lol! I Love This Forum!
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