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Much too late to help, I'm sure, but the cheapest fix would likely be to add a simple tap switch.When the tap switch is turned off, it cuts the power off and the light will go out. A tap switch is simply an outlet with a switch fitted. Plug the tap switch into the wall, plug the aquarium light into the tap switch and you're set. They're cheap at places like Home Depot, likely half the price of the replacement switch from Hagen, who makes Fluval. Also a great way to make it easy to turn filters on and off without having to pull the cord from the outlet.
I did some research on the internet for this Fluval Chi-- I see that it is a 50 watt unit-- and others have had some problems with water circulation--- In other words, the pump is not moving enough water-- Could that be a clue?-- What other clues can you give to us to help you further?