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94 Corolla - Indictors work sporadically

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With my car the turning indicator has taken to only working occasionally. I'll turn it on and something it'll give one flash then stop, even though the indicator stick is still on. Other times it won't work at all, sometimes with no problem.

Any ideas what's going on? Can I fix it myself?

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