Hey guys, this is my first post here on these forums if you didn't already notice.
However! Since I ordered bulks of switches that turned out to be DPDT, I tried them out, and since I'm not an electrical genius I'll need your help.
The point of the switch is shorting out the 101 pad trough a resistor to ground right? Well since a DPDT switch has six pols I managed to get a reading from two of the pins. Now what I want to know, is it possible to go trough with dumping with the MRA method using a DPDT switch?
Here is the multimeter showing the value of a metal film 20 ohm resistor wired trough the switch.
And here is the switch itself which according to the MRA method is in mode OFF. RED marks pols used and BLACK marks unused. Middle for pad 101 and left for resistor.