Ok, I just got my pool cover motor rebuilt for $270 and then took it back home and installed it to realize it didn't work. I took the motor and switch assembly which includes this pool saver limiter to the electric repair shop. They said they could bypass it by wiring in a 120V key switch at $280 which would take them one hour. I said WOW and told them I would come grab the motor and switch assembly and seek a second opinion. Since the recession and being pool related I think companies are doubling service prices.
So I called Pool Saver "SunSystems" and they said a 120V key switch is $230 plus $20 shipping. I laughed knowing anything pool related is 20X the price of the normal part. So Here I am searching for ideas, maybe hoping someone with experience with electronics and or Pool Saver could help.
Attached is a wiring diagram for what I currently have and an additional diagram of bypassing the limiter by installing a 120V key switch. Wondering what kind of 120V key switch would work?