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  1. 123edsaq

    123edsaq

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    I had an SPST on/off switch (click once to switch on, click again to switch off) and I broke it.
    Looks like this:
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    All the stores are closed today and tomorrow and I need it now!
    My mind is not working because of all the accumulated rage. Are there any common electronic items that are likely to have these types of switches (so I can disassemble and steal).
    I only have an old radio with one of those switches, but I don't think I can take that apart.

    Thanks.
     
  2. TBennettcc

    TBennettcc

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    That style of switch is typical for the front of a computer these days, although they are only momentary switches. I don't know that I've ever seen that style of switch in anything else.
     
  3. 123edsaq

    123edsaq

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    Damn. Now I have to wait till Monday. Yeah, I need the latching ones.

    Strange though. These types of switches seem so useful now that I think about it. But I guess it only fits into 'dumb' machines. Anything else would have an electronically triggered shutdown on a re-press instead of just physically breaking contacts.

    Thanks anyway.
     
  4. shrtrnd

    shrtrnd

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    When you go looking for one, it'd help if there's at least a manufactuer logo on it, if
    not the actual part number. It looks like a pretty common type of push-button switch.
     
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