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Author Topic: M switch setup  (Read 370 times)

Offline manahmana

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M switch setup
« on: Nov 04, 2017, 20:40:14 »
Hello!

You guys have all solved every one of my issues in minutes. I appreciate it! Here's one more. Trying to set up some motogadget m switches. You can see what the instructions say and what my unit looks like. The instructions say to rotate the contacts within the button? These really don't look like they move independently and I already torqued them more than I should to see if they will move.

I can always just not screw the button all the way in and thread lock it in place but it won't as weather sealed then.

Anyone have experience with this? Appreciate any info!





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Offline Sonreir

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Re: M switch setup
« Reply #1 on: Nov 06, 2017, 13:15:27 »
I think the bezel on the front side might be a nut you can tighten and loosen? I'll have some in the shop next week and I can check then if you haven't yet reached a resolution.
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Offline manahmana

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Re: M switch setup
« Reply #2 on: Nov 06, 2017, 19:53:14 »
I think the bezel on the front side might be a nut you can tighten and loosen? I'll have some in the shop next week and I can check then if you haven't yet reached a resolution.

I’ll take a look! It appeared to be one piece and the button cams ore assembled. That’s how it sounds in the directions now that you mention it. Of course the whole assembly is slathered in blue threadlock because I tried just locking it in the right alignment... I tried going through Moto gadget support but it that didn’t mesh with my phone browser. Will try from a laptop. Thanks for the suggestion!


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Re: M switch setup
« Reply #3 on: Nov 06, 2017, 21:32:11 »
I think the bezel on the front side might be a nut you can tighten and loosen …

This is true.

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Offline yozzer74

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Re: M switch setup
« Reply #4 on: Nov 14, 2017, 15:51:49 »
I had the same issue I put some thread lock on them and set them to position they needed to be in .they have been ok