My dust collector remote switch is defective and of course it’s a long weekend so I can’t contact the manufacturer until Tuesday. The DC still works but now I don’t have the luxury of using my remotes. It’s a 220volt system sold by Oneida and made by NHD Industrial out of Taiwan. The batteries in the remotes are at their stated voltage (12V) and their LED lights up when the start or stop buttons are depressed so I’m certain the receiver on the magnetic switch has gone bad. Has anyone here ever replaced only the receiver portion of a remote switch? I will see if NHD sells only that part but I wanted to know if this has happened to anyone else and if they were successful in replacing just the defective component.
Thanks in advance for your replies,
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