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post #1 of 4 Old Mar 18th, 2013, 5:14 pm Thread Starter
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Does anyone know if the start/kill switch assembly buttons can be popped off from the top? It looks like they had to have been installed after the switch was installed in the housing.


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Re: Switch Question

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Re: Switch Question

Guess no one has gone that far. I would say yes because I know they won't go the other way! But then I would want to open up the housing and remove the switches just to see if there was something holding them in.

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Re: Switch Question

Well, I'll let everyone know in a few days. I have a switch assembly coming to repair the kill switch from last years crash. I suspect I may need to get inside the switch and depress a couple of flanges to get the buttons off. Thanks for the answer John.


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