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Old 03-02-2020
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One of my switch leads fell off my ESC. The car stayed switched on which was good. But I've come to repair it and both have now fell off and there is now way to tell if there is a positive or negative connection is should be reattaching it too. Any suggestions please
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if its just a 2 wire switch, makes no difference
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if its just a 2 wire switch, makes no difference
It is. There are 2 wires but 3 connection points. So I can just put any wire onto I assume the 2 that already have solder on then?
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It is. There are 2 wires but 3 connection points. So I can just put any wire onto I assume the 2 that already have solder on then?
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