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Powermatic 6294733 3520B Lathe Remote On-Off Switch
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Powermatic 6294733 3520B Lathe Remote On-Off Switch

Model#: PWMN6294733
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  • Remote On/Off Switch for 3520B Lathe - 6294733

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Powermatic3520B Lathe Remote On-Off Switch
 
3.0

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        3.0

        lathe remote switch

        By jon

        from manlius

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              Comments about 3520B Lathe Remote On-Off Switch:

              a bit overpriced for what it is

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Working well for 1.5 years

              By Tim the woodturner

              from Charlotte, NC

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              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Good Design
              • Safe

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                Best Uses

                • Home Use

                Comments about 3520B Lathe Remote On-Off Switch:

                I bought this switch right after getting my 3520 lathe. I wanted the safety and convenience of a remote switch. I use this switch almost every time I use my lathe, and I'm on my lathe nearly 5 days a week,and the switch has shown no issues for me on its reliability. I've heard alot of stories of others having problems, and I expect I'll eventually have to disassemble it to clean contacts or replace. Meanwhile, this is an excellent addition and I would miss it to not have it, especially when doing work that you don't want to reach around to main switch to shut the power off.
                I'd recommend it.

                (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                1.0

                This switch is a piece of junk!!!!

                By Chevyman

                from Oroville, ca.

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                Pros

                  Cons

                  • Cheap Materials
                  • Wears Out Quickly

                  Best Uses

                  • Paperweight

                  Comments about 3520B Lathe Remote On-Off Switch:

                  I bought this switch shortly after I got my lathe. After a week of use, the switch failed. Sent it back to Powermatic, they sat on it for a month before I had to call and light a fire under them. Confused technician said he would send a new one out to me. I received back the same switch, which had a bunch of RTV gooped on it. After using it for two days, it failed again. My advice is make your own. I am going to send it back to CPO.

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                    How does the switch work? Is it a push/pull type switch? How does it connect to the lathe? Can the user install the switch?
                    Asked on 12/9/2012 by Ron from Woodbridge, va

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                      You'll need to wire it to the lathe headstock push/pull switch, it only requires minimal skills to install so your should be able to do it.

                      Answered on 12/9/2012 by Community Answer from None
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