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How do I rewire the switch
Hopefully you will be able to follow my explanation on where the wire leads go to the 681064-01 push button switch. From the top of the switch, where the push button is. The white wire from the motor cord is attach to it. The second terminal down is where the black wire from the motor cord is attached. The third terminal down is where the red wire from the motor cord is attached. The fourth terminal down is where the black wire from the power cord is attached. And then the orange wire from the motor cord and the white wire from the power cord are wired together with an appropriate wire nut. This is the diagram for a Black and Decker MM850 lawn mower. If the colors of the wires do not coincide with the diagram I have just described. Post your model number and we will make sure to get the correct diagram. If you do not feel comfortable wiring this switch. Take your mower to a Dewalt Service Center and they will be happy to wire this for you.
What wires attach to the posts on the P. Button Switch?
If you contact a Dewalt Factory Service Center, they might be able to explain to you over the phone. or send you an e-mail diagram.
Hope that helps,
Replacing the Switch, P. Button, what is the correct wire placement to each post? how can i find this out. Thx
I was working on a model MM575 Lawn hog
and did not mark the wires , can ou help?
I need the switch and wire connection info also
I also need the wireing layout.Why is it so hard to get help on a wireing diagram.
I bought a new button switch but don't know the wiring connection? can you help?
I bought a new button switch for a mm275 mower but don't know the wiring hookup for it? can you help?
Since the manufacture didn't supply us with a wiring diagram. You may want to call Craftsman and see if they can provide you with one.
show the wiring
I took off the 4 wires to replace the switch and sketched which wire went to which terminal. Will this help you? Mower MM600
I removed the wires and did not mark where they went can you help?
It would be nice to see this on the wiring.