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Need to fit new switch assembly

I have removed the cover by undoing the two screws under the rubber feet on the base. But the new replacement switch assembly does not seem to have the same amount connections inside even though the three buttons are the same. Please can you help?

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  • Rosie1954 Sep 16, 2008

    I have the part, it is the wiring that is different.

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Do you own a 5100 or 5150 model? some parts are different.
USA: there is Authorized Repair Center in san Francisco: The gourmet Depot - http://www.thegourmetdepotco.com/store/

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Only two screws ?? this must be an older magimix 5000 machine, does the replacement part have a 10mm frame around or flush, the part you need is click here http://www.magimix-spares.co.uk/On-Off-Pulse-switch-with-frame-5000---5100-Chrome/product/101296/

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