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Broken slider switch on k-jam

Hello ALL, i need to know from which site can i purchase the above part for my PDA.

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  • George Georgiou Feb 06, 2007

    Slider switch is the swittch on the left side for adjusting the volume



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After the pliers have been fully extended, opened, and their handles fully opened (which locks the pliers into utilization mode), and then you want to retract them and fold up the Flik, you have to first FULLY depress the silver tabs located in the middle of the black sliders on the outside edge of each handle. When you fully depress these tabs, the pliers will unlock and snap out of utilization mode. You will feel the two handles collapse or move slightly closer to each other. THEN AND ONLY THEN, keeping the tabs fully depressed, you will be able to slide the sliders down toward the base of each handle, retracting the pliers.
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