Hi Guys Could do with a little help plz Just bought my self a used Colchester Bantam the other day. when I was looking at it, the seller told me of a fault, only he was a tad wrong about what the switch done, He was under the impression that the reverse switch was a stop switch, every time he had gone to use the reverse switch thinking it was a stop, the lathe would trip the main fuse board switch. This is a Bantam 1600, twin speed with a reverse switch, the whole lot runs through a Phase converter (not a rotary phase converter nor a VFD) its has a large transformer and about 8 odd capacitors in the phase box. He gave me the Colchester original manual, and all the wires on the lathe look to be un toched from the factory (you know you can tell) but here,s my problem, The manual wiring does not correspond to my lathe, the two speed switch in my lathe is wired up very different to what is shown in the cholesterol manual (its and original switch) I dont want to sight the lathe only to find out latter that it has a wiring fault. any one know much about this subject ??? or better still, are you near NW7 London???