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Need help with schematic symbol

okies

Member
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Hi guys, I'm trying to replace the normal/fat switch on my Fender Super Sonic 22 head, the schematic shows the part to be a SPDT switch, I assume on-on? It also has a single coil symbol on the part? Can anyone help me out here, I am just trying to locate the correct part and am having no luck at all.

Thanks,

Steve
 
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322
Hi guys, I'm trying to replace the normal/fat switch on my Fender Super Sonic 22 head, the schematic shows the part to be a SPDT switch, I assume on-on? It also has a single coil symbol on the part? Can anyone help me out here, I am just trying to locate the correct part and am having no luck at all.

Thanks,

Steve
you circled relays
 

Jeff Gehring

Gold Supporting Member
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Looking on the Super Sonic 22 schematic, the front panel switches are in the lower left of the schematic, midway between rows A and B and column 8. S2 is the fat/normal switch which controls the relays you had circled in the diagram. Are you sure your problem is the switch and not the relay? The switch is a simple DPDT, with both switches paralleled for reliability.
 

okies

Member
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7
Looking on the Super Sonic 22 schematic, the front panel switches are in the lower left of the schematic, midway between rows A and B and column 8. S2 is the fat/normal switch which controls the relays you had circled in the diagram. Are you sure your problem is the switch and not the relay? The switch is a simple DPDT, with both switches paralleled for reliability.
Thanks for the help, the push switch would not stay engaged, I assumed it was a mechanical failure in the switch? Would a bad relay cause the switch to not stay engaged?
 




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