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wow. thanks a lot! are all the EFC switches the same? 10PA005? will this switch recognize the long press/hold function as well as the short press on/off?



ArsOcarina@aol.com wrote:


Sounds like the switches are worn out on your footpedal to me.
They are cheap and easy enough to buy online and not very hard
to replace -- even if you only have modest electrical soldering skills.
Mouser electronics carries them. Catalog/item number: 10PA005
If you plan on continuing to use the EFC footpedal buy a dozen
switches (they're cheaper in bulk) and keep 'em for future need.
These switches just wear out from time to time. The trade-off for
keeping them nice and quiet I suppose was that they're kinda flimsy
compared to some of the durable metal (but loud clicking) sort
they might've otherwise used.

Best regards,

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