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#1 posted 01-30-2014 02:32 PM

I do exactly what Craftsman on the lake does: heavy duty flip switch from Home Depot for a furnace paired to a receptacle so I can use the tool almost like an extra outlet. I did this on a belt/disc sander cabinet I made and a 12 inch old Craftsman bandsaw stand.

If you want the type of switch that takes a key I’d look at Sears partsdirect site. Probably no cheaper than anywhere else though.

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