Question about Gardner Bender Gsw-34 3 Speed Pull Chain Switch Gsw-34
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It will handle a load of 6 amps when connected to 120 volts ac, or if connected to 240 volts ac, will only handle 3 amps load. Regardless of any rating on the switch, ALWAYS !!, SHUT POWER OF TO ANYTHING ELECTRICAL BEFORE WORKING ON IT.!! No hollering at you, just want it emphasized to be sure you stay safe, and alive. Look at what your powering with this switch for an amp rating on it. If amp rating is higher than switch is rated at, don't use it, in case of fire.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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Use a continuity tester on old switch.
There will be 1 main wire that connected to power >>> power flows through this wire to the switch and feeds the other 3 wires > each time you click switch, power will flow to one of the other three wires
The do the same test on new switch. Match up wires accordingly.
If you don't have a multimeter, buy inexpensive continuity tester at hardware store.
Continuity tester is basically a flashlight battery and flashlight bulb that lights up when the circuit is closed
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
You wire it up in series... Usually you cut the black wire and install the switch wires between the cut wires. All the switch does is open 1/2 of the circuit. (one leg) If your power wire is not black then find the power wire attach one side of the wire to incoming power and attach the other side of the switch to the load / light / fan / what ever.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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SOURCE: i am replacing the
There are 2 type switches. First type will have spring loaded connectors that hold wire into each hole. To remove these, press on slot on bottom of switch with a little screwdriver & pull wire out. Repeat for each wire. Each wire on switch has a number. Just push wire in replacement switch with corresponding number & it will click in & stay in. The other type switch will have little wire nuts attached to each individual wire within 6 inches of switch. Untwist each wire & reattach to new switch.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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