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  1. #1

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    May 2008
    Anderson, SC
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    On / Off Switch

    just talked to Redcat Racing because my son broke his on / off switch. The only direct replacement part is the entire HobbyWing Brushless speed controller for $98...which is crazy stupid. Anyone have any experience replacing a simple on/off switch? Thanks JAM

  2. #2

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    Sep 2006
    Mesa, AZ

    RE: On / Off Switch

    You can do a general web search for rocker switch and replace it for about $6 shipped. You can also go to a local store and get it cheaper if you have a tech type store. The only problem would be finding one that will mount easily.

  3. #3

    RE: On / Off Switch

    Any switch will do. Just solder the 2 leads to it. I broke the switch on my Lightning and just unplug the battery, though.

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    May 2008
    Northern Occupied Mexico, CA

    RE: On / Off Switch

    Like above any switch will work, mounting is another story.

    I have in the past simply twisted the wires together until I could get a replacement.

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