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  • Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

    Hi folks.

    I have just ordered a replacement power switch for my Expobar Office semi auto, since the original one fell apart yesterday.  :-[

    The technician who might be able to help with my question about installation wasnt in the office today (pulling down stands at the Expo here in Melbourne) so I thought I may as well ask here - can someone please give me a brief rundown on replacing the switch? Its marked "On/Off Switch" in this picture:



    The front part of my switch has broken off, leaving the black section still in the machine. Do I need to remove the front panel of the machine to get this out and install the new switch?



    Thanks for any advice.

  • #2
    Re: Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

    Easiest way is to remove the top cover.

    You should be able to get enough clearance to pop it out from the rear.

    Power off and disconnect it from the mains

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    • #3
      Re: Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

      And make sure the switch is orientated the correct way and not the way shown in the 2nd pic before reconnecting.

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      • #4
        Re: Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

        Thanks for the advice - the surgery was a success!

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        • #5
          Re: Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

          Hi.

          Today my switch fell apart as well.
          Where did you get yours.

          Thanks

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          • #6
            Re: Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

            I got mine from Disave (formerly Expobar Australia), who shipped it out quickly. It was $9 plus postage, FYI - some places I emailed wanted to charge much more.

            Depending on where youre located, there may be a retailer or CS sponsor near you who has the part.

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            • #7
              Re: Replacing power switch on Expobar Office

              Thanks

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