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Iheater 1500 I bought a replacement switch but

Iheater 1500 I bought a replacement switch but failed to see how the install should be when I yanked out the old broken on. There are 4 section 2 white & 2 black wires that need connected. What order

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Where did you get the switch from ?

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It is relative easy, check the switch contacts, you actually have two switches in one. Put the white on one "switch" the black on the other. You can check it with an ohm meter or continuity tester.

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  • Marc Mettert Nov 19, 2014

    So on one side both white and the other side both black?

  • Marc Mettert Nov 19, 2014

    So on one side both white and the other side both black?

  • Marc Mettert Nov 19, 2014

    both white on the top and black on bottom, or white on one side black on the other side.

  • Marc Mettert Nov 19, 2014

    got it thanks for the help Gil

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