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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If no screws or nuts holding it that you can see from outside, then just use a screwdriver or something and pry at the base where it is against metal.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
If I understand you question (if not please clarify) you have a switch and outlet combo and you have a box with a black and white coming in one side and a black and white going out the other side. Here's the deal the switch side only deals with the black (hot) lines but the outlet needs a common (white) line so there should be two brass posts the black coming in goes to the bottom brass post and the black going out to the light goes to the top. You should now have two silver posts and these take the white lines they are common to each other (electrically speaking that means they are two ends of the same wire to put it simply) In the event you only have one silver post tie both whites to that one. if this was a switch box the two whites would be tied together with a wire nut and shoved in the back.
good luck I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
some of the dewalt drill switches have a one way trap (like) for the wire. you push the wire in and the harder you pull it gets tight on its self. your wires go in the bottom of the trigger look right on top of each wire there is a small **** (no bigger then 3/16) for a flat head screw drive. In the **** you will see a small lever, it needs to be turned at the same time pull. It will help to have a friend.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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