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   -Solder two, three-inch, insulated, solid (not stranded), narrow gauge wires to the button'​s two pins.  Make sure that the solder connections don't protrude much from the pins in any direction, since this may cause a short when the connector is reassembled.   -Solder two, three-inch, insulated, solid (not stranded), narrow gauge wires to the button'​s two pins.  Make sure that the solder connections don't protrude much from the pins in any direction, since this may cause a short when the connector is reassembled.
-  -Remove the tiny screw on the connector'​s side (don't lose it!), disassemble the connector, and loosen the two screws that hold the +  -Remove the tiny screw on the connector'​s side (don't lose it!), disassemble the connector, and loosen the two screws that hold the connector'​s collar in place.
-connector'​s collar in place.+
   -Slip the button into the connector so that the wires stick out the other end (the end that will face the rig when the connector is plugged in).  Push the switch into the connector so that the button, and about 1/4 inch of the body of the switch, protrude from the connector. ​ Pushing the button in too far may cause a short.   -Slip the button into the connector so that the wires stick out the other end (the end that will face the rig when the connector is plugged in).  Push the switch into the connector so that the button, and about 1/4 inch of the body of the switch, protrude from the connector. ​ Pushing the button in too far may cause a short.
   -Tighten the two screws on the connector'​s collar just enough to prevent the button from moving when you press it.  If you tighten these screws too much, you will crush the switch.   -Tighten the two screws on the connector'​s collar just enough to prevent the button from moving when you press it.  If you tighten these screws too much, you will crush the switch.

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