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Jp 989 switch replacement

I have to replace the selector switch for the bridge element on my jp 989. I have the switch. I have disassembled from the bottom. It looks like it fastens from the top. Do I have to remve the glass to replace the switch???? How do I accomplish this?????

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Not timely but no.
i have a dead switch, had to unhook it cause it kept tripping the breaker. 3 out of 4 work now.
can i buy 1 switch or do i need a whole new assembly. where to buy online ?

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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