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It's also wired in the worst possible way for reliability - with the signal passing through both switch poles in series - so even if it isn't broken now there's a good chance it will cause trouble at some point.To select two different component values, they only need to be switched at *one* side of the component. That means you can then wire both poles of the switch in parallel instead of series, which more or less eliminates the possibility of a failure.
BeardyAndy said:So as i'm looking at the image it should really be wired to the upper or lower leads?(i'm new to this game if you hadn't noticed!)