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I followed the advice re the switch on leafhog buit cannot see the missing plastic piece. When I depress the switch the plastic connector inside slides along a guide and does not connect with the rocker switch. Is it possible to get a diagram anyhwere to see just how it should be?

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    John Hart Jan 20, 2013

    When the orange switch is pushed it moves white connector A. The cam C should activate the mains switch but all that happens is the cam C moves up the groove B with no effect on the mains switch. I cannot see how the black lever prevents this.

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