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On button acts like pulse button

It was knocked off the counter and the on button now acts like the pulse button, it doesn't stay on unless I'm holding the button down. Occasionally when we knock it around a little it will stay on. Any suggestions?

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Replace switch, sorry didn't mean to say the obvious. Just good like that I guess

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