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The NSN 5930-01-368-5160 is for the mark one switch. It works, but is not reliable, over long time periods. Its plastic, and can break.Guyfang I think I have read all your generator posts. With your help plus other contributors I am now fairly comfortable with the TM's. I now even know what the cage code is. The one thing I am still having trouble with is "usable on code". Specifically I am buying spare parts for my MEP 803A when I see them for a good price. I want to buy a master switch. It is advertised as a switch for an 804a NSN 5930-01-531-2975. PN 31904QT. I looked up the NSN for both the 803A and the 804A in your TM's and got the same # 5930-01-368-5160 which is obviously different. The photo looks identical to the 803a switch. There didn't seem to be any info in the usable on code section. Any advice. Thanks again. Ted
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