Snapped switch on pump controller

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  1. Squeegee Dan

    Squeegee Dan Member
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    Hi all, yesterday I managed to snap the **** of my pump controller. Does anyone know if im able to get the parts for them or will i need to buy a new controller?
    Its quite old i bought it second hand about a year ago. Its a Pure Freedom flow master.
     
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  2. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    no idea best ask pure freedom if you can get the parts you need
     
  3. Tuffers

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    You mean you snapped the kn ob? Will it not glue? Or have a gander here http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=****+dial&_sacat=0
     
  4. Squeegee Dan

    Squeegee Dan Member
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    Thanks Smurf Ill send them an email asap.
    No Tuffers, it snapped so that nothing pokes out of the face any more... I have a feeling my labourer done it but didnt have the minerals to tell me..
     
  5. gto

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    open it up, it probably easy enough to replace, if you can solder.
     
  6. Squeegee Dan

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    Iv had a look and it sjould be easy enough. Problem is i can find the part that i need online. Im going to take it to my local electronics place Tuesday to see if they know where to find the part. Failing that does anyone have a spare that i can buy from them? Dont really want to pay£80-£100 for a new one
     
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    take a look at the side of it, the should be a make or model number. or put a pic up.
     
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