Parts from the short tagger were moved to a regular-sized tagger. A different switch plate was used since the new tagger was drilled with a small hole. The print was snug so the switch had to be twisted into place. Perhaps the goal should have been to make the adapter as a threaded nut instead of a plate which could be glued. A screwdriver was used to try to press the switch into place but it was not effective.
The evening was spent creating a wrench (spanner) which could properly install the switch by twisting it. The majority of the device is a long handle with grips while the bottom should surround the switch snugly and allow it to be turned from outside the pipe.
A print of the switch wrench was printed. It was printed on it side so the printer filament strands would reach from the handle to the tool. For a good explanation, watch this video by Christoph Laimer.