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There is more than likely dust/dirt in the switch and won't allow it to break contact when turned off. I would recommend replacing the switch. BEFORE removing anything make a note of all wiring. Most local repair shops should be able to match the switch up for you. UNPLUG TOOL before attempting any repairs.

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