I have an off/on switch for my ST-35 in a separate metal box. With this switch is a thermistor wired in series with the 'hot' side of the A/C. If I make a bigger chassis for amy amp some day, these components will be inside, but for now, the outboard set-up works fine. Here's my question: What kind of switch would I need to by-pass the thermistor if I choose to eliminate it from the A/C line after it's done its thing?
For a second there, I was thinking of an 'on-off-on' switch where I would rapidly switch over to the other 'on' position after a minute or so. Of course that would shut off power for a split second, and then back on again. Not a good idea.
Is there something simple that would work, where there would be no interruption of power, and by-pass the thermistor?