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Basically the switch comes up a bit and separates about 2cm from the sill. Here is not so great a pic, but its the best I can do for now.





Do I just use this separation to pull up? Does it just pop out and pop back in?
 

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Hey Dave
Yes it just pops up and back in. Its just clipped in. So if its not going down flush theres prolly some wires under it that need to be adjusted so it can sit right.
 

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Yes it just pops up and back in. Its just clipped in. So if its not going down flush theres prolly some wires under it that need to be adjusted so it can sit right.
Cool man, let me mess with it tonight. It's annoying how it won't sit flush.
 

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Welp. One of the metal clips broke. Hence it not being able to grip the sill tightly. *sigh*
 

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Ukraine Range said:
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Welp. One of the metal clips broke. Hence it not being able to grip the sill tightly. *sigh*
that's why they invented crazy glue. just put some underneath the lip of the switch and problem solved.
But then what if it needs to be accessed again? Knowing my luck, the switch will break next week and need to be replaced and stuck to the sill.
 

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I would think that would be a warranty covered item. Is your rrs out of warranty now?
No it's still under warranty. I guess I'll add it on to the list of things for next time.
 

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Ukraine Range said:
Goinkin said:
Welp. One of the metal clips broke. Hence it not being able to grip the sill tightly. *sigh*
that's why they invented crazy glue. just put some underneath the lip of the switch and problem solved.
But then what if it needs to be accessed again? Knowing my luck, the switch will break next week and need to be replaced and stuck to the sill.
Good point.
 

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I guess at that point they can just pry it out huh?
 

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I guess at that point they can just pry it out huh?

Yes. I also would just do a few tack spots of glue anyway - don't run a full bead otherwise it'll never come up. One up top, one in the middle, one at the lower corner.
 

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Ukraine Range said:
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I guess at that point they can just pry it out huh?

Yes. I also would just do a few tack spots of glue anyway - don't run a full bead otherwise it'll never come up. One up top, one in the middle, one at the lower corner.
What kind of glue?
 
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