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    My two micro switches on my model A look like the previous owner tried to directly plug the machine into a 120 volt outlet. The two micro switches are toast. I need two new ones. Are they leaf switches? What can I use to replace them?

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    Default Re: nishijin model A micro switch

    picture please.. Leaf switches don't usually go bad.. they get bet to hell or broken but not much there to go bad.. i only had to replace one cause i melted the plastic all to hell.. Micro switches do have moving parts and do / can go bad
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    They are melted beyond use and one looks like it tried to weld itself. I do not think I can use them if I wanted to, because I pulled a wire off by mistake. I am hoping that there is some newer switch that I can replace them with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tandrew View Post
    They are melted beyond use and one looks like it tried to weld itself. I do not think I can use them if I wanted to, because I pulled a wire off by mistake. I am hoping that there is some newer switch that I can replace them with.
    fixing the pulled wires is not hard.. but if the plastic is melted out of shape that can be a problem..
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    Default Re: nishijin model A micro switch

    I have used Omron D2HW-C221H on several machines I've refurbished. I want to try some Omron V-153-1C4 but I have yet to find any vendors with them in stock.

    You want the lightest physical resistance you can find.

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