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I HAVE A BISSELL POWER TRAK WORKED GREAT BUT WILL NOT TURN ON WHEN ITS PLUGGED IN TO A WORKING ELECTRIC SOCKET, AND TURN ON SWITCH IS IN THE ON POSITION. ANY IDEAS, THE SWITCH HAS RESISTANCE WITH ON/OFF. ANY IDEAS OUT THERE. THANKS

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