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Originally Posted by AEmedic View Post
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Hi Chris,

If you look closely at picture #3 that you attached to post 6, you should see part of the “Eaton” logo.

I don’t know much about those particular Eaton switches but it appears (to me) that functions such as “on-off-on” verses “mom-on – off – mom-on” are controlled by the choice of the “Frame Style” rather than by the “contact block” itself?

Here’s a link that may help you configure a new replacement switch (or at least give you a place to start).

The "switch base" in your picture # 3, appears to have a “1568” contact block.

I don’t have any 1568 contact blocks but I do have several “switch bases” that have “1567” contact blocks. (from the Wanderlodge factory auction).

As far as I can tell, the “1567” and the “1568” contact blocks are the same… except that the 1567’s have a couple of easily removable external conductor bars between the pins. (see attachments). If you can't come up with a new switch that will work for you, I can send you a couple of “switch bases” with the 1567 contact blocks to try.
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