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Ridgid 301-A Foot Switch Parts

Ridgid 301-A Foot Switch

 Ridgid 301-A Foot Switch Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
-36662
301-A Foot Switch
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$264.79
136687
Warning Label
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$17.95
236692
Cover
Cover
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$41.96
336787
Screw, Self Tapping, #10 (5)
Screw, Self Tapping, #10 (5)
In stock
1 available
$7.18
436697
Foot Pedal
Foot Pedal
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$13.02
536727
Cord
Cord
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$54.53
636732
Strain Relief
Strain Relief
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$23.11
736702
Spring
Spring
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$3.81
854347
Base
Base
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$64.18
936747
Pivot Pin
Pivot Pin
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$4.54
1036767
O-ring
O-ring
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$3.59
1136772
Poppet
Poppet
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$6.17
1254367
Insulator
Insulator
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$5.61
1336762
Micro Switch
Micro Switch
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$25.81
1454372
Seal
Seal
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$7.18
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
1554362
Bottom Cover
Bottom Cover
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$10.55
1654357
Bottom Cover Screw (4)
Bottom Cover Screw (4)
Ships in 7 - 12 business days
$5.83

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Entry Date:2013-12-13 11:01:11
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Micro switch worn and corroded, due to aging.
The repair is fairly simple. A little knowledge about electrical wiring 115/120 v and common sense is about all you need. Make note of where the wires are located. If not sure about the electrical wiring, seek the help of a professional electrician.
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