On 6/8/2014 2:53 PM, dpb wrote:
Kudos to those w/ the "squeeze it to release mechanical catch"
suggestions. Was able to locate a likely spot for them by eventually
getting behind the wrapping barrier enough to see the length of the
joint to see where was a small internal molding. At one of those points
was then able to tell which was the hooked side...
I'd hate to be one of the ones on the assembly line putting the
pieces-parts together, though...
Conceptually easy, yes, but arranging the cord thru the area left for it
and ensuring sufficient room for the switch to still move w/o binding
while holding the two loose outer switch levers in the proper positions
to engage the actual switches all while ensuring the insulation wrapper
remains in place around the body was not what would care to do on a time
clock for a career...
Don't know why but this one was moderately expensive and she was
particularly fond of it...somebody stole my expensive heat gun on last
consulting gig at a power plant and I've not replaced it. This one will
get hot enough that can get by on small heat shrink with it so I had
some incentive, too... :)
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