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    Installing a switch to my corretto?

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Just wondering if anyone has any idea how to install a switch into a corretto? I have a breville bb200 breadmaker. Will I need an electrician to do this or is it possible to do it myself?

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    Re: Installing a switch to my corretto?

    Hi there CM

    Yes it is possible, as a mate of mine did it recently to that same model for another CSr.

    Pretty much he hardwired the motor to the switch he installed and threw most everything else out.

    BUT.....

    If you are not extremely comfortable with electrical workings (as I am not) then try and find an electrician to guide you or do it for you. Hope you can find one through friend of a friend or something.

    Good luck, but please dont go playing with electrickery if you are unsure.

    Chris

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    Re: Installing a switch to my corretto?

    Thanks cksyd, I have an uncle who is an electrician, but he works on oil rigs so he is usually offshore.
    Hardwiring the motor sounds like the thing to do, Ill have a look into it but I dont think Ill be going near the electrickery.
    Cheers!

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    Re: Installing a switch to my corretto?

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    At least you know it can be done mate.

    It goes when YOU tell it to and stops when YOU tell it to. Sounds like a perfect corretto machine!!

    Good luck




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