#1
So I installed a switch to change from series to parallel. thing is, I have a really sweet series wired kill switch lol.

http://www.bestbassgear.com/wiring-diagrams/obp3-v-v-t--mpp-b-ap.pdf

I got this wiring. cant seem to make my series switch work properly. anyone got some help? ive used this:



like i said, it didnt work ^ i can see why it didnt work, just not how to fix it.

I dont really care if i have to permanently wire it in series, i love the sound. it would just be nice to be able to switch haha :P anyways, let me know what you guys think.

EDIT: http://www.bestbassgear.com/wiring-diagrams/obp3-v-v-t--mpp-b-ap.pdf

this is a pdf of my stock wiring.
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Yo, Greg check you comments goddammit!!!! Lolz
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1. check for more skrews.
2. use a flat screwdriver to prop it up.
3. sorry i dont check my page all that often haha
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I got all the screws out, I know that. Nothing will fit for me.to pry it. I haven't even put the screws in since. Feels like its.friggin glued on there...thanx anyway, dude.
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#7
it could be the shielding paint they use. couldve put the cover on too soon. just keep at it.

anyways, anyone got a solution?
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