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FH180A arrived with the on/off switch in pcs in bottom of box

Can I get a spec on how to put the switch together, cannot tell just by looking at the various pcs. Where do the electric contacts go?

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Although I purchased the McCulloch Power Wash FH180A through Fingerhut, my only option with them was to return it. I purchased it on clearance and there wouldn't be another to replace it. I called McCulloch direct and spoke with a representative who offered to send me a new on/off switch. He advised that since they have been purchased by Husqvarna and they are in a transition, it may take 2 to 3 weeks to receive. I thanked him very much for the generous offer and look forward to its arrival. I tried to find my post on your website and gave up after page 93. Thanks, Darlene

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