Originally Posted by ONandOFF
If you're sitting around
trying to figure out what to do.... And you fingers aren't gonna get frostbit...
Otherwise, it's easy to troubleshoot and easy to bypass.
No problem, then fix later.
I have to remove the switch to disassemble it. Therefore, I can work on the switch inside my home; there's no need to freeze.
Also, I believe in preventive maintenance.
Therefore, I think it's probably a good idea to give this switch a thorough cleaning every other year or so.
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