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Discussion for the Milwaukee 0222-1 (SER 430E) 3/8" T.S.C. Rev. Hole Shooter
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Question: Electric Cord
How do the wires on the Electrical Cord disconnect from the Speed Control Switch?
Reply: Electric Cord
Milwaukee uses a type of quick clamp on many of their switches so that the wires can be installed quickly and easily. They can be a little tricky to disconnect however. What you will need to do is find a small, straight pick, like a dentists tool. You might even be able to use a T shaped push pin, the type used in many hobbies and crafts. You will take the pick or push pin and slide it next to the wire and down into the hole where the wire is held in the switch. The pick should release the internal clamp in the switch and allow the wire to slide out. You may have to wiggle the pick a bit or try a couple of times before the wire will release.
Hope this helps you get those wires out!
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