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HI There are more than a few things that can cause weak coffee. Grind is too coarse. It should look like coarse sugar. You cleaned the brew unit and left a part out or put it in incorrectly. Grind adjustment is set too high. Turn to a lower # while the grinder is operating. Grinder is been taken apart and not put back together correctly. Grinder is broken and the grinds are just big chunks.
The actual switch will not fall apart. There is a black part that is integral with the switch itself. This is about 1/4" to 3/8" wide, and can only be seen from inside the unit. Then there is a plastic piece that is part of the top shell. The hole in the plastic piece has to fit over the black part of the switch, so when the plastic piece is moved, the switch on the inside of the unit will move with it. SO, center both parts, and put them together. If you actually took the switch itself apart, you would have needed a soldering iron, and there would be no purpose for doing this.