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Post# 179508   4/30/2012 at 23:05 (2,893 days old) by StarryBlues4u (Charlotte, NC)        

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Hey Everyone. I picked one up tonight at goodwill for $3.99. Its in very nice condition however, when I plugged it in, it turned on. Thinking the switch was on I checked and it was off. When I flipped the switch nothing happened. I took it apart and found out that nothing is wired to the switch. I am stupid when it comes to things like this. I noticed 2 black wires wound together and a black and white wire wound together. Can someone give me an idea how to correctly wire the switch? Thank you.




Post# 179549 , Reply# 1   5/1/2012 at 11:09 (2,892 days old) by twocvbloke ()        

That the two black wires, separate them and connect them to the switch (either with spade plugs or by soldering them directly on), simple as that...

Post# 179634 , Reply# 2   5/1/2012 at 19:39 (2,892 days old) by mieles7 (DFW, TX)        

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Here's a replacement switch if you need one.

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