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ceak

universal 120 volt infinite switch

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is there a stlye that doesnt have the snap off shaft, they break so easy

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The 5500-102 with the snap shafts are the only one's I've ever used. Good luck.

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Thanks, everythings good

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follow up, Had to go to a commercial brand infinite switch renter kept breaking switchs. Just a bad spot. heavier stem. used 120 volt 15 amp rated and everything has been good. Thanks for the site :yes:

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...  Had to go to a commercial brand infinite switch

part number ?

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Hi,  it was one of these 3# `s 5502-309,5502-303,5502-474. i know it was the one that had the threads attached to the body of the control. Did not need a long stem for this application. Why am i not sure? didn`t right it down. :wacko:  these are 120 volt 15 amp. Thanks

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