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Bosch aquatak 1200 plus

It fell and the main switch came off and I'm not sure how it's wired as there's 4 wires.2 to the on and 2 to the off side. Any ideas?

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2 from the power cable and 2 that goes to the commutator circuit of the motor inbetween is the switch placed there can be a capacitor parrallell placed on the wires for suppression on the commutator side.

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