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>> Home > Forum > Electrical Related > Simple illuminated on / off switch
Simple illuminated on / off switch
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barnet
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 3
26th Dec 2016 16:29  
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Hello

Got a tug with delicate superstructure. I'd like to instal an 'external' illuminated on/off switch so I contect 2x 12vbatteries, lights water pump/hose and then put the accommodation back on and then at the lake, just flick/push the external switch, without removing accommodation and risk damaging on the muddy pond bank.

Any ideas please? I want illuminated for easy to see on or off but that is desired not essential.

Thanks

AlanP
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 385
26th Dec 2016 20:26  
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If you go to a motor spares supply shop you should be able to find an illuminated 12 volt switch.
hope this helps.

Alan