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Set does not come on until on switch is cycled many times. after being on, and warmed up if shut off it will turn right back on normally

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Dude, that is a easy one. You are in a humid environment and the switch has oxidized. Once heated, the surface turns to carbon witch is conductive. Your solution (if you wish to except it) is to find a silicone lubricant to spray the contacts with.

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