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This happens when the internal connections of switch are faulty or broken.
The unit needs to be opened and the panel behind the switch needs to be cleaned and the connection should be rewired.
Also check if the switch moves freely. if its jammed or stuck down then clean the switch surrounding and refit the switch. Its easy to do job and you wont require any special tool, Just a basic screwdriver is enough.

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Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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