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Either find a convenient screw that is attachect to the body close by where you want to put the switch or drill a small hole in a metal body part a use a sheet metal screw and a couple washers. Put the wire between the washers to keep it from trying to spin the wire when you tighten it
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Ok, last few questions. What kind of switch would work best? Single throw, single pole?
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For just an on off switch that will work, if it can handle 10 ampsor more.


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Ok, last few questions. What kind of switch would work best? Single throw, single pole?
Yes spst 10 amp should be plenty as it will never see continuous duty. Closed will be no start, open will be normal
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Yes spst 10 amp should be plenty as it will never see continuous duty. Closed will be no start, open will be normal
Awesome. Thank you very much.
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