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Based on its appearance I'm guessing that you need to unplug it and open it up. Clean it as well as you can with a stiff brush and an electronics safe cleaner. Roaches are the most likely cause of your scales failure! All the above may be fruitless, it may not be possible or worth the cost to repair. Time for a new scale! You must keep it clean and turn it off and disconnect it when you aren't using it. Roaches like warm damp dirty places!
the switch is bad and would need replaced. MAKE note of the wiring if you attempt to do this yourself. Get back to me with the brand and model number and I will try and find you a parts source and breakdown.