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  • Aeronca41
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    Good brand name. Should be able to find with with a web search.

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  • Leprahcaun
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    Airpax t11-1 circuit breaker

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  • Leprahcaun
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    Thought the 110 plug was cool just have to figure out how to wire it up

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  • Leprahcaun
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    Replacing this as well doesn't look good

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  • Leprahcaun
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    Originally posted by Aeronca41 View Post
    Well, I'm guessing someone replaced the fuse with a circuit breaker. I thought we were talking about the standard/remote switch for the pedal. Now that we found the right switch, it should not be hard to find a switch/circuit breaker like that.
    could the switch be the reason I have no amperage range?

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  • Aeronca41
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    Well, I'm guessing someone replaced the fuse with a circuit breaker. I thought we were talking about the standard/remote switch for the pedal. Now that we found the right switch, it should not be hard to find a switch/circuit breaker like that.

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  • ryanjones2150
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    Hmmm. Mine has a fuse in that spot.
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  • Leprahcaun
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    Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
    He switch I’m pointing at is the main power switch.

    The switch at the bottom near the gas solenoid is the start circuit.
    I found this picture last night and circled the switch in question I'll be out at my shop here in a little while and I'll take an actual picture of the front of my machine and what it says around that switch. Now that start circuit switch what does that control the high frequency?
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  • ryanjones2150
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    He switch I’m pointing at is the main power switch.

    The switch at the bottom near the gas solenoid is the start circuit.
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  • Leprahcaun
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    I'm going tomorrow/ today lol and I'll take pictures of the upper and lower parts of the cabinet.

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  • Aeronca41
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    I think you're right, Ryan. We have another track going in PM on this--too many switches in this one. His problem is with the Remote Current control STANDARD/REMOTE switch. Working through that one with PM. I'm pretty sure the switch here is the start circuit on/off, but I thought it was mounted 90° to the right, on the vertical member that is the corner of the cabinet. Could be wrong.

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  • ryanjones2150
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    That’s probably the start circuit. Mine is labeled, I can check tomorrow when I get off duty and see exactly what it’s labeled as.

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