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Hi there,I am in need of a power switch for a Sansui Stereo receiver model 9090DB.Sometimes I can't turn the unit off cause it sticks and I have to fiddle with it to get it to pop back out.I was planning on taking it apart to do a clean-up and Deoxit on all switches and controls.It would be nice to have a replacement power switch during this procedure.Can you help me out here?Thank you for any help you can offer....Rick

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No need to dis assemble ur switches.. go hardware store/electronic store buy a contact cleaner (aerosol)spray defective switches.

this will fixed ur problem..

ok pare

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