Urgent - Switch Assy., winker - left hand switch gear

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keiermann
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Urgent - Switch Assy., winker - left hand switch gear

Post by keiermann » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:37 am

Hello V4 Community,
Did anyone of you dismantle the switch (35200-MR8-780 Switch Assy., winker - left hand switch gear) or similar like this ? Is it possible to get off the H-P-O Switch for the headlight. (see item in red circle in the pictures). Is it only clipped in ? How do I get it off without destroying it ?
This item is missing on my NC30. I have one from a Honda NSR125 Foxeye which has the same Headlight switch but other contacts, so I decide to only change this knob.
Many thanks in advance for your help and best regards from Germany, Klaus


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Re: Urgent - Switch Assy., winker - left hand switch gear

Post by decngb » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:36 pm

It's a completely different switch, but I was able to replace just the switch on an NC21. On the NC21, the switch itself was mounted using two small screws inside the switchgear housing. Hopefully the NC30 will be similar.

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Re: Urgent - Switch Assy., winker - left hand switch gear

Post by FreshPrince14 » Sat Jul 27, 2019 2:37 am

I recently removed one of these from a switchgear. I had one switchgear where the casing was in good condition but the buttons were poor, and another that was the complete opposite. So I made one good one out of two tired ones.

The part you're asking about simply pops off on the NC30 switchgear. But it's very difficult to do so without breaking the stem underneath. If you like, I can take a photo of my one for you to show you how it goes together? That way you have some idea how it comes apart. I still have not remounted my button as I want to test the entire switchgear on my project and ensure everything works before remounting it.

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