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WD light switch help again!

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Eric H

04-29-2002 06:14:01

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Early I posted a message on WD light switch thanks for all the help. I decided to buy a new switch from Agco, but my local dealer says that they are no longer available. I need help locating a new switch or after-market. Can someone help?

Thanks much


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04-30-2002 21:49:59

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 Re: WD light switch help again! in reply to Eric H, 04-29-2002 06:14:01  
from a year old add [ 2001]it says 716 937 6618 $49.oo agri services in alden ,newyork 14004 13899 north alden road. that is a 3 position switch with a resistor.i believe these are brand new ones he or someone started making again after agco quit. hope this helps. let us know how it is

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04-30-2002 21:52:05

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 Re: Re: WD light switch help again! in reply to tim[in], 04-30-2002 21:49:59  
that is 13899 north road , alden ,ny 14004 agriserv@buffnet.net

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Steve in N.J.

04-29-2002 17:46:20

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 Re: WD light switch help again! in reply to Eric H, 04-29-2002 06:14:01  
I have restored OEM switches if interested. Drop me a line if ya need one. Steve

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