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Hi, I require a wiring diagram to fit a new switch to a Dewalt DW 1251, the old switch has been jury rigged, colour coded and terminal nos would be handy, Regards Dave

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SOURCE: dewalt power saw wiring diagram for trigger switch

The Switching should go like this

(single letters denote wire color)

Y---o o---R

B---o o---B

The contacts where the black wires attach are the points on the switch that break when continuity is checked.

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