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I want to bypass the touch sensor on this aquarium light on the wrg side so i can connect it to a mechanical timer. Any help appreciated please see attached picture.50165
 
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Welcome to the forum mate.
Can you take a pic of the wires going to the existing switch.
 
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Welcome to the forum mate.
Can you take a pic of the wires going to the existing switch.
Thank you for your reply the switches are encased in the end section i will attatch a picture but taking it apart doesnt help with the view there is a singular wire going to 2 switches the white on the left is the only one i need to work the second goes to a blue row of Leds which are not important.
 

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This was my first call, the part number returns no results as its a chinese ebay special.
Probably get shot for this but email someone like bigclivedotcom, he's always taking Chinese specials apart, might be able to help you.
 
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