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Sanwa MS-O-2P Micro Switch

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$3.95
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$3.36 (USD)
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SANWA-MSO2P-SWITCH
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0.20 Ounces
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  • Product Description

    Are your up, down, left or right motions not firing like they should? Fireball motions aren't coming out? The problem may be in your Sanwa JLF's microswitches. The Sanwa MS-O-2P miscroswitch replaces older microswitches currently housed on the JLF PCB board.  If you're handy with a solder iron, this will save you plenty of money by replacing just one faulty or worn microswitch.

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    Soldering is required to remove and replace the MS-O-2P switch from an existing board. Please consider before purchasing.
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    1. Just what I needed.

      I bought these to refresh an old Hori EX fight stick controller and they did the trick nicely. Installation was a breeze and the old Sanwa stick got a new lease on life, thanks in part to these fine switches. They work. All you need to know. on Sep 3rd 2020

    2. Its a microswitch

      I replaced all my switches with these sanwas and they did not disappoint in performance. on Apr 30th 2020

    3. Works well

      Great switch, very responsive.totally recommended on Jan 15th 2020

    4. Clicky

      Swapped out the faulty switch that came stock on my JLF with this and perfection. Louder click but thats it Haha on Sep 10th 2019

    5. good backup if you know how to do simple soldering

      if you have ever had a direction on your joy stick go out these are a cheap easy fix to have on hand to save you from having to buy a whole new board. its not a hard solder on May 1st 2019

    6. If your Sanwa joystick directional inputs aren't working & you're handy with a soldering iron, these are what you need

      Remove the broken switches, solder on new ones. It's that easy.

      These are Sanwa made, so quality is no issue.

      I recently bought a bunch of these in bulk. Highly recommended.
      on Aug 24th 2017

  • Product Videos

    • How to: Repair Broken Sanwa JLF Joystick directions
      This video demonstrates how to repair bad inputs in the Sanwa ...

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