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Do you mean physically broken or
It just doesn't turn the tv on?
There are separate answers for each.
1:To fix a physically broken switch you could simply open the TV up and attach 2 wires to where the switch contacts are soldered to the PCB.
Run the wires to a new switch. Probably a NO (Normally Open) type. A Round switch could be mounted easily with a drill hole through an unused area of the case. Pressing a NO switch closes the contacts momentarily to trigger the digital turn On.
2:You could remove the old switch & attempt to get an actual replacement or a similar mountable switch from a components supplier.
3:If the switch is actually physically OK and the internal contacts are working (test with multimeter) then the problem is with the digital switch mode power supply that supplies power to the main circuits.
This would probably be caused by leaky Electrolytic Capacitors on the power supply PCB.
In that case, if your up to using a soldering iron and locating the Cap's then this would be an inexpensive way to fix the TV.
The fuse controls the power to the brake light switch. If no power to switch, suspect broken/corroded wiring. Not a very common problem to have broken/corroded wiring to brake light switch. Are you sure there is no power to the switch? Does the vehicle have cruise control? Are you sure you are testing the right switch? There will be 2 switches if there is cruise control on most vehicles
check all ground wires especially going from frame to body, making sure there is no rust there. check for power going to fuse ( both sides ) if there is no power to fuse, check headlight switch ,if no power there, check power at all fusible links. If you have power to the switch and not to the fuse check for a broken wire from there to switch , if none broken replace headlight switch.
most of the time driver side windows switch be the first switch to wear out.try removing window switch work switch while moving the wires see if window try to go up, if yes, window switch broken.if switch not broken check see if power going to window motor when you work the switch you need a test light or digital volt meter to check to see if power going to power window motor.if power going to power window motor, either window binding or power window motor faulty. make sure driver side window master switch not locked out.if no make sure all the other power windows work if not you have blowed fuse.
You can use the compressor in two ways. 1st you can go inline from the main outputs into the compressor out of the compressor to the rest of the world using normal cables. You may also insert the compressor into the main inserts using a cable that is tip, ring, sleeve 1/4", to seperate 1/4" tip sleeve mono plugs. any more questions give us a call at the store 215-736-8055
You have to use a voltmeter and make sure the motor is getting power. If no power at the motor, check for power at the switch, first make sure power is coming into switch, and then operate the switch and make sure power is going out to the motor.
Make sure you have a good ground on the door.
Could have a broken wire between switch and door, or between fuse block and switch. A wire can be broken on the inside without the insulation being broken
The best solution is to "jump" or bypass the power switch and use an extension cord with a switch. The power switches have been unavailable as far as I know for over 10 years. If that's the only problem, it's totally worth it - the STA2100D is an awesome unit still today.