Why would you want to bypass the switch. How would you safely power it on and off that way? Is there some place on the body were you could drill the appropriate hole for a simple toggle switch that you can operate will holding the router safely?
Have a Elu plunge router( made by Black & Decker ) model 3338. While attempting to rout by hand the motor stalled and quit. I think the problem is in the switch. I need to know if I can bypass the switch by hooking power directly to the black and white wires on the switch. The on switch is activated by pulling up on the lever which all I can see is that it lifts up the switch assembly a little on one corner with no mechanical connection that I can see. It is a single pole double throw switch and the contacts are made. Trying to get info from Black and Decker is not easy.
Thanks for the effort, but no, they don't. Look at my site to see what I mean by good end grain pics. I don't expect the kind of results I get but something a lot closer than what you have.
EDIT: I should also add that what you DO show is at least consistent with walnut.