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Old 17th April 2011, 11:42 AM   #2201
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I would guess this switch is the one you want: SPST Round Rocker Switch w/Red Illumination 125VAC

I like the large DPDT switches myself (I use the 060-310). Bit of a pain to cut the hole though. The fuses you found should be OK.
Yep,
I dont care for illuminated switches myself.
But 12v switches are often for automotive work I guess.
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Old 17th April 2011, 01:22 PM   #2202
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DPDT Rocker Switch

hinted to by William...I find only one switch from that source that I would use.

DPDT will disconnect both legs of a circuit when not in use.

Rated 250VAC

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Old 17th April 2011, 01:32 PM   #2203
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DPDT Rocker Switch

hinted to by William...I find only one switch from that source that I would use.

DPDT will disconnect both legs of a circuit when not in use.

Rated 250VAC
How to connect or wire the DPDT with the transformer? When I built the ClassDAudio amplifier, it puts a SPST switch in series with the AC-L.

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Old 17th April 2011, 01:36 PM   #2204
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you should not allow yourself to wire up any mains powered project without trained supervision looking over your shoulder !!!!!
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Old 17th April 2011, 02:08 PM   #2205
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Check out this page for some direction on mains wiring. You certainly need to understand exactly what you are doing with this part of diy. The fun can come to a screeching halt real quick if you don't. And please be sure to use heatshrink tubing on all of the exposed terminals and connections.

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These are good assuming you can reach round the back of your DCB1 to turn on and off.

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Check out this page for some direction on mains wiring. You certainly need to understand exactly what you are doing with this part of diy. The fun can come to a screeching halt real quick if you don't. And please be sure to use heatshrink tubing on all of the exposed terminals and connections.

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These are good assuming you can reach round the back of your DCB1 to turn on and off.

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Thanks! I have a good direction now.
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I....guess....this could even be considered an alternative for a 12V power switch.
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I....guess....this could even be considered an alternative for your power switch.

(Be careful. Wiring "mains" circuits can be deadly. Have an experieced friend assist you--and have them double-check your work)
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