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how to add on/off switch t800 endoskeleton

hi all im looking to add a switch to my sideshow collectible t800 bust. its weird something this expensive didnt come with one already. it takes 3 triple a batteries and to turn it off you have to unplug the cable. so any electricians or diyers know how to go about doing this?
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hi all im looking to add a switch to my sideshow collectible t800 bust. its weird something this expensive didnt come with one already. it takes 3 triple a batteries and to turn it off you have to unplug the cable. so any electricians or diyers
know how to go about doing this?
Super easy. Buy this...

ELENKER DC 12v 10A relay 1CH wireless RF Remote Control Switch Transmitter with Receiver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012ZR49LQ..._Gye4ybVFS409J

Cut the red wire in your photo. And connect the battery side of the red wire to COM on that Amazon board. Then connect the skeleton side of the red wire to the NO.

That little board comes with a remote that you can turn it on and off.
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