86809Re: [atlas_craftsman] New member
- Mar 23, 2014Bing image search provided a picture of the innards of the switch. I had
it backwards, duh.
On 3/23/14 2:16 PM, Dave Goodrich wrote:
> OK, I have all the parts checked on the lathe and they are flat and in
> good condition. Everything checks out for no cracks, scrapes, dings,
> etc. I suspected as much as it last ran true. But I wanted to do more
> than just slap paint on so I am cleaning off 50 years of old accumulated
> oil which has created a hard lacquer like coating. Mineral spirits and
> green scotchbrite is removing it just fine.
> Problem, I was rewiring the switch the previous owner has installed, a
> furnas KS1, now sold as RS1.
> I love the switch for ease of operation but the overcenter spring and
> follower dropped out as I was preparing to take a picture on
> disassembly. Now I cannot figure out how to get it back together. The
> only parts placement I can see doesn't allow the follower arm to lift
> out of the way of the cam.
> Anyone have such a switch to snap a quick photo for me?
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