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sunny
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May 7, 2017 - 10:38 pm
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Ducon switch tips.

Take it apart inside a big plastic bag, not in an open workshop,

there's one spring in the sliding part of the DIP knob, the spring tends to get rusty and hopefully stays in place,

we tend to pull off the brown Tufnol ring first, this is when bits go missing,

the disassembly process is, chrome ring, then wires, then brown Tufnol ring leaving the brass contacts in the black plastic ring, be warned, this is the bad part, after you manage to get the Tufnol ring off you will be able to fit a new horn or cut out button, then re-assemble.

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I have done mine thank you Sunny and the instructions worked perfectlythumbs-up

b175 x2,d14/4, triumph tr7, ty 175 & bantam cub

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