I was able to get ahold of an old 1950s table fan that was not in working condtion. After getting the motor working again, I noticed the old switch was broken as well. It was a Leviton 3A-120v rotary switch (no model number). It had 3 legs into the switch and a Off,L1,L2 configuration to allow the fan to be either Off, HI, or LO. I cannot for the life of me find a replacement switch. I am looking at the 573, but I'm curious on the internal mechanism of this switch. I'm looking for a switch to do the following simple circuit.
When the switch connects A+B, the fan runs on LO. B+C, the fan is off. A+B, the fan is HI. I cannot have a A+B+C or my resistor will lose its magic smoke. Can I have some guidance on the 573? I'm looking for the same functionality as the 804, just not as bulky.