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The hazzard switch is the most likely culprit since it directs current to either the turn signal switch or directly to the turn signal lights depending on its position. Over time the contacts wear out in the flasher switch. When you push it in and out you are allowing good contact to return to the normally off function that routes power to the turn signal switch.
The flasher switch can be found at any good parts store.
Did you actually check the brake light switch for power in and out ? There are two different fuses, one for each side. And the circuit includes the turn signal switch. The third brake light bypasses the turn signals.
The problem is most likely the turn signal switch located in the steering column, tough to replace without the proper experience and specialized tools. The air bag and steering wheel need to be removed to replace the switch.