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Power Switch Is Pushed Out of Position

When pressing the power switch, it came loose and moved into the panel so that it no longer operates. How may I open the panel holding the power and start switches? There are no obvious screws or tabs.

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Have you tried tape. I would also call tech support.

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

  • Alan Auerbach Apr 17, 2014

    Thank you for the prompt reply, Cletus. Tape is of no use. I have to get the ADF cover open. I did call Tech Support. They refused to tell me how to open the ADF cover to get at the switch but instead offered to repair it $169.00. Since I bought a replacement on ebay for $61.58, that is not a reasonable approach. I would still like to try to fix it if you have any suggestions.

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