- Jim just forget it, the guy that bought the other unit has yet to build it so it s not really an issue as far as he is concerned. I do have his new panelMessage 1 of 5 , Aug 19, 2013View Source
Jim just forget it, the guy that bought the other unit has yet to build it so it’s not really an issue as far as he is concerned. I do have his new panel (older one) and mine with the power switch still intact that I am sending to you as soon as I get thru with honey do’s. Hi…..
Like I said it’s not an issue with him about the switch. I wouldn’t pay 12 bucks for a three dollar switch as well. If we need one we can always get one on our next order to Mouser. Several of us are always combining our needs for other projects.
Also the mother board you sent me fixed my issues so I’m “HAPPAY HAPPY HAPPY” and thanks again.
Glad the changeover went smoothly and that you're pleased with the results. The trickiest part of the installation is removing the old power switch. I tried to detail a procedure that worked well for me in my installation instructions, but haven't heard yet how other builders fared.
I've not forgotten the power switch I owe you, but haven't had a chance to pick up a suitable padded envelope, yet. I can't bring myself to spend $12 mailing a $3 switch, but I'll get it off to you shortly, one way or the other. Sorry for the delay.
- Thanks very much, Ed. I m glad the new motherboard worked out for you. Sorry again about the switch. Interestingly, I bought 50 of them a year ago when I wasMessage 2 of 5 , Aug 19, 2013View Source
Thanks very much, Ed. I'm glad the new motherboard worked out for you. Sorry again about the switch. Interestingly, I bought 50 of them a year ago when I was worried about a lengthy Mouser backorder holding up guys who were waiting for parts. Ever since them, Mouser's had them in stock. Fortunately, having the switches on hand made it possible to tuck one into my custom panel orders with no fuss.