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KDH105-005 2 Button Switch for Power Recliner or Lift Chair with USB port and 5 pin plugs

  • $50.00 USD
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This is a genuine KDH105-005 switch. If your current switch has the same model number, this product will be a perfect replacement.
This switch is compatible with other KDH105 series switches that have 2 buttons and a straight 5-pin plug. However, if your original switch has a right-angled (90°) plug, it won't be a direct replacement. You will need to purchase a converter cable for this situation (click here to see the converter cable).
Additionally, if your current switch is not a KDH105-005 model, replacing it with this one may cause the key directions to be reversed in some cases.

Key Features 

  • 2 buttons: The switch has 2 buttons that operate the up/down of the chair. It is suitable for single motor/linear actuator recliners/lift chairs.
  • USB charging port: The switch comes with a USB charging port. It provides a 5V 2A output that you can use to charge your mobile devices. This feature makes it convenient for you to charge your devices without having to search for an available electrical outlet.
  • 5 Pin plug: This switch uses an industry standard 5 pin round plug.
  • This switch is not cross compatible. Please only order it when your current switch has the exact same model number.
  • We can provide other KDH switches and remote controls, if you need a different model, please feel free to contact us for a quotation.

Package includes:

  • 1* switch
  • 1* plastic cover

 

Notes:


  • The plastic cover of the switch is difficult to remove once it is locked. To facilitate your installation, the cover will be separated from the switch when shipping.
  • When you are installing the switch, do not install the plastic cover until everything is done.
  • After installing this switch to your chair, please operate the chair to the highest and lowest position a couple of times, so that the switch can identify the stroke of the motor.
  • Avoid quick operation of the buttons: When responding to the switching operation, the current is relatively large, and quick operation is more likely to cause damage to the switch.

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