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Gm 875 parts

I'm having trouble getting a switch for a grindmaster 825. It's a 3 position switch, " start- stop- center". Any idea's.

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Re: gm 875 parts

Any three-pole momentary switch with the correct rating would work. Try Radioshack or the like.
Good luck.

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