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Black and Decker model 7451 type 1 trigger - looks like they are no longer made anywhere in the free world - any alternative switch or am I going to have to hard wire it and control it by plugging/unplugging it?

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Trigger available on this one stripped down for parts

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Black-Decker-Belt-Sander-7451-TYPE-2-Parts-Sold-Individually-Or-As-Part-Group-/183926335324#viTabs_0

Trigger & Power Cord : The trigger worked well and there should be ample wire left to tie it into your motor. The cord itself has a lot of damage and tape repairs, but I let it be so that the collar and other parts can be used.

Or the other thing you could do is bypass the switch, fill the hole with epoxy putty and put a sliding light switch in the cord near the sander tail.

https://www.amazon.ca/uxcell%C2%AE-Inline-Switch-Toggle-Table/dp/B07P5YW8TG

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Hello. Use an ordinary extension cord and plug it into the back of the light and into the wall. Charge it for 20-30 hours, but not more than 30 hours. Here is the downloadable manual for future reference
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I have a Black and Decker Electric mower #M2370, which I would like to use this year before moving to a condo. Last year, the mower was stopping and starting depending on how the lever was positioned. I suspected the wiring so I removed the on-off switch lever. The wiring appears intact. Part of plastic inside the lever maybe broken. Can i use the mower without the lever by just pushing the black button?

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Here is a picture of where the wires go on the switch.

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