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Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch - SPST- On-Off - 12 Volt - 20 Amp - 11/16" Handle

Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch - SPST- On-Off - 12 Volt - 20 Amp - 11/16" Handle

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Single-pole, single-throw, medium-duty toggle switch. Internal copper contacts carry up to 20-amp current loads. Call 800-298-8924 to order Pollak accessories and parts part number PK34571 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Pollak products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch - SPST- On-Off - 12 Volt - 20 Amp - 11/16" Handle. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Single-pole, single-throw, medium-duty toggle switch. Internal copper contacts carry up to 20-amp current loads.


  • Custom-designed, chrome-finish toggle
  • Single-pole, single-throw (on-off) toggle switch
    • Designed for medium-current applications
  • Includes face plate
  • Nickel-plated hex nut and ring nut
  • Brass terminals riveted to base


  • DC volts: 12
  • DC amps: 20
  • Length of handle: 11/16"
  • Diameter of mounting stem: 15/32"
  • Circuitry: on-off
  • Number of terminals: 2
  • Type of terminals: screw
  • Quantity: 1
  • 1-Year limited warranty

34-571P Pollak Medium Duty Toggle Switch - Single Pole - Single Throw - On Off - 12 Volts - 20 Amperes - 11/16 Inch Handle

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Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch - SPST- On-Off - 12 Volt - 20 Amp - 11/16" Handle - PK34571

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

Single-pole, single-throw, medium-duty toggle switch. Internal copper contacts carry up to 20-amp current loads.

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Ask the Experts about this Pollak Accessories and Parts

  • Turning Power off of Everchill Refrigerator
    To turn off the Everchill Refrigerator for RVs # 324-000119 you could simply wire it up to a switch. The Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch # PK34571 will work for this application; you would simply need to install this switch on the refrigerator's power wire and you'll be set.
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  • Can the Interior LED Trailer Light Part # DG52644 be Wired to a Wall Switch
    The Interior LED Trailer Light part # DG52644 runs off of 12 Volt DC power. When most people refer to a wall switch they are talking about a standard 110 volt AC switch like what you find in your home in which case the answer would be no. This unit would need to be connected to a toggle switch like part # PK34571 which is then powered by a 12 volt DC power source. Unfortunately, we do not carry many 110 volt AC lights/switches. I have attached a link which explains our return policy...
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  • How to Power Enclosed Trailer Lights Off of 12V Battery
    I can tell you exactly what you'll need to power your enclosed trailer's lights off of an independent 12V battery, though there isn't an adapter. You first need to mount the battery with a battery box for 12V batteries like # TLA7708R, and then use junction box # 38656 to tap into your trailer's 7-way. You will also need ring terminals # 44-5310A, and wire # 12-1-1 to run to each light, and to turn the lights on, a light switch such as the Pollak rocker switch # PK34308 or toggle...
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  • How To Turn Off the Power on a 120 Volt Everchill RV Refrigerator
    In order to turn off the Everchill Refrigerator part # 324-000118 you would just need to simply remove the power plug from your outlet. There is a temperature adjustment knob inside of the fridge but this would still draw power even on the lowest setting. There isn't an on off switch for the unit either therefore if you want to completely cut power you would just need to unplug it from the outlet. Please note there is a 12 volt version of the above, part # 324-000119 which could then...
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  • Recommended 12V Switches To Replace Interior Light Switches
    i have attached a link to the switched we offer that may work for your light switch. For a single pole/single throw switch for 12V DC systems I recommend part # PK34308. If you prefer a switch with a Red pilot light I recommend part # PK34360. These are rocker design switches. If you want a toggle switch for your lights I recommend part # PK34571.
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  • How to Power Interior Lights of an Enclosed Trailer
    The best way for you to power the interior lights of your enclosed trailer is with a mounted 12V battery. To do this, mount the battery with a battery box like # TLA7708R and use a junction box # 38656 to tap into your 7-way. You will also need ring terminals # 44-5310A, and wire # 12-1-1 to run to each light. You will also want a light switch such as the Pollak rocker switch # PK34308 or toggle switch # PK34571. You will be able to charge the battery when the 7-way is attached to your...
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  • How to Install LED Light Strips Under a Trailer
    There are a few different ways to wire/mount an LED light strip like the LED Utility Light Strip part # DG65101VP on the bottom of your 1998 Jayco Eagle 12SO. In regards to mounting, you can either use a double sided tape or screws. Since you will be mounting the light on the underside of the trailer it will be subjected to much harsher conditions therefore, I recommend using the screws as the double sided tape would just fall off over time. In regards to wiring, you will need to ground...
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  • In-Line Fuses For Therma Heat RV Tank Heater Pad
    You do need to make sure you are properly connected to fuses for a single unit as the # 277-000163. This is a thermostatically controlled pad. If you are running more than one, you need to run them parallel. It would be wise to use a combined amperage fuse as you stated. You also want to make sure if you use a switch that it can cover the amperage. Each pad draws 5.8 amps, so a 15-amp or better switch will work, like # PK34571.
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  • Recommendation for Toggle Switch to Fit Pollak Toggle Switch Rubber Boot # PK25370
    I spoke with my contact at Pollak and the switch that will work with the Pollak Toggle Switch Rubber Boot, # PK25370, is part # PK34571. This switch has a mounting stem diameter of 15/32 of an inch. The Light-Duty Toggle Switch, # PK33300, that you ordered has a mounting stem diameter of 7/16 of an inch.
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  • Lighted Hitch Cover Remains On with Vehicle Lights Off
    A lighted hitch cover such as # CR-017 uses the same type of 4-pole wiring as a trailer that has basic lighting functions. This type of wiring set-up provides brake, turn and tail light functions. This 4-pole wiring harness, such as # 118526 and # C56251, will pass a very small amount of power even without any vehicle lighting functions activated. If you have a hitch cover that uses highly efficient LEDs instead of bulbs, like # CR-017, it may illuminate just from the small amount of...
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  • How to Power Trailer Lights from Battery when Not Connected to Tow Vehicle
    A battery isolator will cut off power once the solenoid is energized from another source. Diodes on the other hand only allow power to flow one way. What you will need to do is run a power wire or wires from the positive battery terminal on a trailer battery to a switch such as # PK34571. Then you would run another wire from the switch to a diode # RM-690. Then run a wire from the diode to the trailer wiring for the lights you want to power. Depending on what lights you want to use...
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  • How to Wire a Third Brake Light on a Camper Shell
    In order to wire the third brake light and interior light on your 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 you will need a few components. In order to keep the third brake light from flashing when you apply the turn signals you will want to use a converter box like part # C56196. You can then use either the passenger side or driver side brake light signal to power the third brake light. In regards to the interior light, the most common method of installation would be to activate the light with an on/off switch...
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  • How to Power Camper Exterior Lights without Hooking Up to Tow Vehicle
    If you are just wanting a way to power your exterior camper lights without having to hook up to the tow vehicle, your best option will be to wire the lights up to the positive terminal on a trailer mounted battery. You will want to run the wire from the battery to a switch like # PK34571, then from there to a diode # RM-690 and then on to the lights you are wanting to power. Otherwise there isn't really an easy way to plug your camper directly to AC power, as trailer lights and accessories...
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  • Can The Kat's Ceramic Interior Heater Be Used In A UTV And Will It Drain The Battery
    The Kat's Heaters Ceramic Interior Heater with Fan part # KH37500 will work in a utv as long as you can find a secure, stable mounting location. It will also not drain the battery if installed correctly. The heater can be installed in one of two ways. You can hardwire the heater directly to your battery or you can use the provided 12 volt power outlet. As the heater will only receive power while the utv is on using the 12 volt outlet, it will not drain your battery unless the auxiliary...
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  • Turning Off Everchill Refrigerator That Consumes Too Much Power
    Since your Everchill Refrigerator for RVs - Frost Free - Double Door - Stainless Steel - 10 Cu Ft - 12V # 324-000119 is eating up a lot of your power, the best thing you can do is turn it off when needed. This can be done easily by adding the Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch # PK34571 so you can power the unit off when needed.
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  • Can Hopkins Backup Camera be Wired Directly to Battery Using an On/Off Switch
    What you can do is attach the power wire for the backup camera # HM50002 to the running light circuit so that you won't have to run any wires or install a switch. Then to operate the camera you would just turn on the running lights. Now, this method will turn the camera on any time your head lights are on so at night it would be on all the time. Just turn the monitor off in that situation! The wiring is not very large gauge with this camera so at most I would say use 16 gauge wire,...
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  • How To Install A Toggle Switch On A Backup Camera
    In order to control the on and off functions of your backup camera, you will need to install a toggle switch such as the Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch part # PK34571. You will then need to check the amperage of your camera to insure a 20-amp circuit is sufficient, if not we have several other toggle switches in a variety of amps I will attach for you. In order to install this switch you will need to tap into your backup cameras power wire. This is the wire that receives a full 12 volts...
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  • Recommended Toggle Switch to Run Lights on an ATV
    The best option for a switch for running the lights on an ATV is a switch like the Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch, # PK34571. The Pollak switch is a single throw on or off toggle switch. The switch is rated for 12volts and up to 20 amps.
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  • Recommended Fuse Size for Installing Alpena Quad SlimStrobe Exterior Lights
    For regular trailer wiring harnesses a 15A fuse like part # C58450-1 is typically used so I recommend not going any larger than that when you install the Alpena Quad SlimStrobe Exterior Lights # ALP78304. If you don't already have a switch you can use the Pollak Toggle Switch # PK34571.
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  • Is Optronics # BUL52CB Back-Up Lamp Submersible
    The # BUL52CB lamp you referenced might work for the purpose you describe, but a bracket like part # BK70BB and grommet, part # A70GB would be needed. You would also need the wiring pigtail, part # A45CB. The lamp draws a minimal .275 amps at 12.8 volts. The lamp is submersible, but the contacts at the rear where the pigtail plugs in would be vulnerable to moisture. If you decide to go this route, I would recommend keeping the contacts well coated in dielectric grease, part # 11755 to...
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  • Can I Install Curb and Rock Lights Above My Axles Connected to Turn Signal But Solid Light?
    The easiest way to get your curb or rock lights above your axles to turn on is to connect them to your brake lights. You can isolate that signal using the Pacer Performance 3rd Brake Light Logic Module # PP20-702 and then the lights will turn on when you hit your brake pedal so you can see the curb or any rocks near your axles. This won't work to make your turn signal activate but instead your brake pedal. This is the only way of wiring I can think of to get you the function you desire...
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  • Running Wires For Hopkins Backup Camera To Mount On Front Of Vehicle
    In order for you to be able to use the Hopkins Smart Hitch Backup Camera, part # HM50002 as a camera and monitor, you will need to cut the plug off the end and hard wire the system. If you are going to use it for the front I recommend running the red wire to the battery and use a switch. You will need additional wiring like part # DW07550-1 to reach the switch inside of the vehicle. This is sold by the foot. You will also need to secure the white ground wire to a clean bare metal surface. For...
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  • How To Install LED Utility Lights On the Outside Of An Enclosed Trailer
    It sounds like you are wanting to install utility lights on the exterior of your trailer and if that is the case then I do not have any universal diagram for this. That said, this will be super easy to do as most utility lights only have two wires which are for ground and power. The switch that you use may then have a diagram but that will be dependent on the exact switch. I recommend the Optronics Thinline LED Utility Light Bar part # BUL69CB which will provide plenty of light and is...
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  • Does the Optronics Opti-Brite LED Work Light - Flood Beam have a Switch
    Opti-Brite LED light # TLL45FB does not have a switch so you would need to wire it to its own switch such as # PK34571 and to the trailer battery. For wire you could use # 12-2-1 which is jacketed 2-wire sold by the foot. The light draws 1.38 amps at 12.8 volts so the draw of 2 of them would be about 2.8 amps total. Your deep cycle marine battery likely has more than enough of an amp hour rating to run 2 of these LED flood lights for 2 hours.
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  • Dimensions of Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch
    I'm not exactly sure which dimensions you're looking for so I took several of the Pollak switch # PK34571. If I didn't get what you're looking for reply back to me and I'll measure it again. The base overall is 5/8 inches wide, 9/16 inches deep, and 1-1/8 inches tall. It's right at 1 inch deep if you include the brass terminals. The complete switch from the back of the terminals to the tip of the toggle is right at 2-3/16 inches.
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  • Camper Shell Lighting for 2003 Dodge Ram 2500
    The wiring of a camper shell on a 2003 Ram 2500 would basically be the exact same as the 2004 model. To wire the third brake light of your camper shell on your 2004 Dodge Ram 2500 you will need to find the CHMSL circuit. This will be the circuit that will only carry voltage when the brakes are applied and would not blink with either blinker. This circuit is located behind the spare tire, slightly to the left. There will be a white wire with a brown/tan stripe that is capped and outside...
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  • Switch Recommendation to Use With Switch Boots PK25371 and PK25370
    For a switch to use with either the half boot part # PK25371 or the full boot # PK25370 you could use the part # PK34571.
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  • Does Everchill Refrigerator Always Run
    It is normal for your Everchill Refrigerator for RVs # 324-000119 to always be running, as there will be some power draw at all times when you have it on. You can turn it off if you like simply by wiring it up to a switch such as the Pollak Heavy-Duty Toggle Switch # PK34571 to power it on and off if you choose.
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  • Troubleshooting Cab Protector Spot Lights Wired Into Reverse Light Circuit on Truck
    It sounds like your new spot lights might simply be drawing too much power for the reverse light circuit on your truck to handle. In order to have the lights power on when going into reverse, you will need to tap into the vehicle's reverse light circuit, so there is not really another place where you could connect them. I also recommend checking to make sure the lights are grounded properly, as a weak ground might be allowing for just enough power to turn the lights on, but not enough...
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