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Old 13 April 2011, 10:59   #1
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Broken switch

Hi All,

I've broken the tap part of my fuel switch, the bit you turn, if I'm not being clear, (broke off in my hand), anybody got any idea where I can get a new handle? I know where to to go to get a new switch, but at 45 it would be nicer to just change the bit that's broke.

Only option I'm getting from the supplier is buy a new switch complete, but the handle will clearly come off as its held in by a screw
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Old 13 April 2011, 11:23   #2
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