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I'm not sure expensive that switch is or how difficult to change but I'll admit, I would have looked hard at just replacing that switch almost from the get go given that all the wiring seemed correct and getting drastic different results than expected at the switch. I would have just replaced it. I commend you guys for going through all this checking to prove it probably is problem. So I would have taken the lazy way out I'm sure. But then wondered after if it wasn't just a coincidence that things started working correctly. So...BRAVO !
 
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Very good. I would immediately put that old faulty coil in the trash so it never gets put on anything later on.
 
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