Question about Televison & Video
Ok, this button is usually a simple Push to Make switch, almost ANY switch that would momentarily short out the contacts will work, there is nothing special about them, indeed you may be able to activate the switch, by simply shorting out the contacts on the PCB, as long as it doesn't have 120V on it though, usually NOT, but check anyway.. The switch was rated at 18V, so it indeed looks like a low voltage switch...
Obtaining an exact replacement may be difficult, your best bet would be to contact Olivia direct, weblink below. They either can sell you the part, or put you in touch with a parts supplier.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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