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Switch adapted toys are expensive and the variety can be only determined by a few companies that essentially do what I have done here. Although like...
For this Instructable you will need the following: 1. Drill with 1/4 inch or drill bit 2. Glue Gun 3 Soldering iron and solder 3. wire strippers and t...
remove all screws holding the pig together , being careful not to separate connected power supply. Now remove screws holding the blue vibration motor...
now with the housing out of the way we need to unscrew the switch located under the nose
here is the switch exposed when the black is depressed it activates. we will be soldering two wires, 1 to each side. (sorry its a bit blurry) the tw...
Now take the orange wires and solder them to the mono jack tabs as shown, typically I solder these to the two innermost tabs of the jack. This may ta...
Reassemble the blue housing and test your connection, be sure to take care with the existing wires which can be delicate. Keep orange wires up and o...
I have found this area to be a good spot to drill your hole to accept the jack ream the hole slightly bigger if it is tight. When drilling the whole...
ighten down the little nut on the jcak and reconnect the 4 screws to the top and your all set!! Enjoy : )
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