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Switch Postions SHU43C02

Can anybody give me the positions of the switches when they are operating (ie: Normally open, normally closed, etc.) and off. I am particulary interested in the tow switches in the water level switch and the flood switch.

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You need to use a tester and check for yourself for whatever you are looking for.

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Closing the hood presses and opens the contacts, isolating the wire from ground.
Open your bonnet - sorry - hood, and firmly press the silver rod which is the switch.
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(a) Turn the engine switch on (IG).

(b) Halfway open the power window by pressing the power window switch.

(c) Fully pull up the switch until the power window is fully closed and continue to hold the switch for approx. 1 second after the power window is fully closed.

(d) Check that the AUTO UP/DOWN function operates normally.

If the AUTO UP/DOWN function operates normally, reset operations have been completed at this time. If not normal, follow the steps below.

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GE Profile microwave oven PEB7226SFSS quit warming food but appeared to be on/operate with light on/timer counting down. Installed door switches-now the microwave "works" only when the door is open


Sounds like on reassembly you reversed wires to door switch.
switch might have letters C NO NC (common, normally open, normally closed) one wire goes to C common, the other to NC normally closed. Try reversing the wires.
If you use meter measuring continuity meter on C and NO should be high resistance until you press switch.
meter C to NC measures low resistance until you press switch then measures high or infinity (open)

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How to disable tilt alarm on sportster


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Can you bypass the side stand switch


A side stand switch is just a spring-loaded, momentary switch.

What you have to figure out on yours is if it's normally opened, or normally closed (in electrical terms).

The best way is to use an Ohmmeter or a continuity tester.
Remove the 2 wire leads from the switch, and hook the test leads to it.
Pushing the plunger on the switch and watching the Ohmmeter gauge, or the continuity tester light, will tell you if it's normally open or close.

What you need to do is to replicate the reading when the plunger is in the same position as when the sidestand is UP.

The end results will be that (depending, again, if the switch is normally opened or closed) is that you need to either just disconnect the switch (having the 2 wire NOT make contact with each other), or connect the 2 wires so they stay in contact with each other (run a jumper wire between them, cut/strip/twist/solder the wires together, etc).

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I have a 3 pole ( labeled A,B,C) switchcraft momen...


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