I opened it and I'd like to assemble it back.
It's made with these parts:
- the push button
- the grey "frame"
- a spring
- a hard "wire" in J-shape
- 2 small "clamp clips" that are, let's say "rectangular"
- the black base connected to the cable
The problem is that I can't find any schematic on how this switch is assembled to be able to reassemble it. Can you help me?
I suppose that the spring goes on the "rounded" splitted plastic pin on the base (even the pin seems to be a bit large for the spring diameter, and the 2 "clamp clips" seems to go on perfectly dimensionned places on each side of the button, sliding straight down on the metal part connected to the wire when the button is pushed (but only one of these "extruded" metal parts is clearly visible).
Here are some pictures of how I suppose the things go together.
But saying that, I don't see the point of putting the 2 small clamps on each side of the button, as there is one of them that contact nothing else than plastic. And I suppose that the other one, that slides on the visible metal part connected to one wire, cannot contact anything as the second metal part is almost (if not totally) flush with the plastic bottom, and more there is a tiny plastic part under the clamp, to hold it into the button, that should avoid any possible contact.