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I need a replacement switch assembly (part # 2610925722) for my model 300 dremel rotary tool.

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I must apologize I have searched all parts manuals that I have access to includeing google and all i can find is the 300-N55 is no longer available and switches are obsolete.I also couldn't find any parts to sub for it. Sorry.Hope I can help you in the future. Thanks.

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