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I bought new control switch for my brake lathe hofmann 401 true cut need to install as old no good sombody took old one off I need wiring diagram to install new switch thank you

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Hm. if the it is a 'control switch' do you mean it is the main power switch, or something else?

If it is the main power switch, you should be able to solder it in yourself.
Does it take 110VAC and 60 Hz.?

Actually if you have the new control switch, you should be able to orient it, disconnect it, and put each connection onto the corresponding parts of the new switch.

Does your unit not function correctly, or not at all with the old switch?

Thanks for your time.

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