231MJ

Rocker switch inserts

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Anyone know where to get the rocker switch inserts shown below?  I'm removing two rocker switches and these look better than something I might make myself.  I checked Spruce and Chief Aircraft - no joy.  Thanks.

BTY, this is a really nice panel.  

 

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3 hours ago, 231MJ said:

Anyone know where to get the rocker switch inserts shown below?  I'm removing two rocker switches and these look better than something I might make myself.  I checked Spruce and Chief Aircraft - no joy.  Thanks.

I think these were just blanks that Mooney put it spots where there were no switches. They shouldn't be too hard to make though.

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This still isn’t it, but closer...

https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/inpages/holeplugs.php

Any avionics shop should have them... (?)

An MSC might have them in your panel color... (?)

If they came from the same company as the CB/switches...  Klixon/Sensata....   a phone call may help...   https://www.sensata.com/sites/default/files/a/sensata-20tc series-single phase rocker type actuator-datasheet_1.pdf

I’m pretty sure they are somebody’s standard part...


Best regards,

-a-

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Thanks, carusoam.  I found 'em at LASAR - they come in a strip of 4 but you're right, it's got to be somebody's standard part.  I like supporting LASAR when I can, Dan in parts has been very helpful with my silly little needs and if they have it they ship the same day.  Great support, IMO.  The strip goes to the powder coater along with the new panel.

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11 minutes ago, bradp said:

Are they aluminum?

In mine they are abs plastic. 

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