Since the manufacture does not supply the switch only for the power unit. You might try locating a power tool service center in your area. Take the defective switch to them and see if thy can match it up.
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[QUOTE=anonymous;51163]I am also in need of the four post on/off rocker switch for my QPL625 Vacuum. Anybody know where I can get one? Or is a substitute switch available???"
I encountered problem with QPL625 on/off switch. Switch stuck in on position. Could not locate replacement switch anywhere. I removed two screws holding handle on. Removed cover, pried up switch, making sure to mark four wire locations, also identified orientation of switch. Sprayed small amount of high grade bicycle chain oil into switch, worked switch back and forth. After about 20/25 movements, I now have a crisp on/off click. Vacuum salvaged.
I have a QPL625 stainless steel 10 gallon qsp with a bad motor. When I look up the model number on the website it comes up as a plastic container vac. Is part number 1944302 the correct power unit for my vac?
I have a Shop-Vac QPL625 Contractor QSP and I need to replaces the (six pin)On/Off Switch. It is stuck in the on position. Is this switch available by itself or do I have to buy the whole power unit?
Hi, I'm looking for the on-off switch too. But, for the time being mine is working. I dripped a small amount of light weight oil into the switch mechanism from the side and flicked the switch on and off a half dozen times. The switch can be accessed by unscrewing the 2 handle screws and pulling off the top cover.
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My 10 gal. contractor shop-vac has a 4 terminal rocker switch and it quit working; I need a new one.