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Old 05-18-2009, 07:44 PM   #13
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I roughed two small kerfs onto the spacer as well to give me that much more line-em-up to aid insertion. Also keeping the piece in the freezer while youre doing the swap really helps get it back in. That actually makes it too easy, sometimes, so I make sure to forget whether I needed one or two washers to make it actuate properly until after I've put it in.

Also those switches live a hard life suspended upside down in hot oil and occasionally zapped with electricity I'm not surprised they weep.
Unintentional psychokinesis.
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