88SA light switch socket 54930007

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88SA light switch socket 54930007

Postby DavidSage » Tue Jun 25, 2019 6:24 pm

Hello,

Does anyone have a tool to remove the connections from the switch above. I guess there must be a tool to install these connectors as well.

If not I am going to have to buy a new one from Draganfly

Regards,


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Re: 88SA light switch socket 54930007

Postby tstewart » Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:53 pm

I was able to pull my ones out carefully with plyers.

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Re: 88SA light switch socket 54930007

Postby DavidSage » Thu Jun 27, 2019 2:32 pm

I managed to make up a small insert tool which I managed to slip down on the de-soldered joint and with a little tapping with a small ball pein hammer managed with some wriggling to free the connector. The connector has a small tag on it which I then bent out and re- soldered and pushed back in place. I think it will be ok. I have kind of destroyed the tool I made. It was only of mild steel and I think I should have made it of silver steel.

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Re: 88SA light switch socket 54930007

Postby Mick D » Thu Jun 27, 2019 3:33 pm

Hi

The sockets each have a small tag, (arrowed), which retains them in the body of the switch back. All you need to do is push a thin piece of metal into the relevant socket hole and depress this tang - with the tang depressed the socket will withdraw from the rear of the switch back.

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There is no insertion tool, the socket is just pushed into place using the attached wire and the tang clicks into place.

Regards Mick

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Re: 88SA light switch socket 54930007

Postby DavidSage » Sat Jun 29, 2019 9:59 am

Mick,

Many thanks that's really helpful and the pictures also very helpful.

David


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