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Old 07-09-2010
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Default Bryant 4902PLR120, AC Switch, 20A, 120V, DP, Pilot Light, Red

One of the 3 switches I have in the Kitchen under a panel in front of the sink went "south" this week so I ordered a new 1 from here:
http://www.emisupply.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=7122

They stock a "leviton" equivalent but they can order the Bryant however that is a "minimum requirement" and will take a few weeks if you desire OEM, but I took the "equivalent". Yet another supplier found!

update: 7/12/2010- Switches arrived today via UPS.... the Leviton's are "functional equivalents"(part #1221plr), only difference is the "color red" switch handle, Leviton's is "translucent red", Bryant is "solid red"....... for those interested, for 1/2 the price...sold..... both made in USA :-)

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Default Fuel Low and Water-in-Fuel Sensors.

I am researching the fuel low switch and the water in fuel sensor. After several macro photo sessions, and a big magnifying glass, I was able to find out that these sensors are Robertshaw #624 and #613 sensors. I located one source in CAL. at AGX Controls at $156.00 each.

Has anyone found another (spelled cheaper) Robertshaw source? I will keep looking, but when I find them, I will epoxy a weatherproof enclosure for the sensor and their connections on the fuel tank.

I know - any fool that has had two BlueBirds at once, a BMW motorcycle and the wife's 3 Cadillacs should not have "cheap" in his vocabulary any more!!
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I know - any fool that has had two BlueBirds at once, a BMW motorcycle and the wife's 3 Cadillacs should not have "cheap" in his vocabulary any more!!

When I was married years ago, my then wife would constantly remind me not to use the word cheap, but instead refer to it as Less Expensive....................it was still cheap after we bought whatever it was
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