My 15 year old son has a 12' flat bottom with a Motorguide Jr. trolling motor. He has melted the wiring in the head twice. The wires from the battery are fine and the wires going to the motor are fine. Both switches are toast. I think he has ran it on high speed too long and melted it down. Anyone else had this problem? I'm going to try to find two switches and rig it to work. This thing is old as heck and parts are no longer availble. I'm also going to try to put some kind of curcuit breaker on it. It'll probally trip everytime he puts it on high but it should keep it from melting the wiring. The switches and breaker might cost more than the motor is worth. Any ideas? Toss it?