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Where can I find a replacement power switch?

Push button switch does not turn unit on, but if I momentarily cross red and black wires on the power switch the unit powers up.

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Power switches are safety components that can only be replaced by manufacturer approved parts. Contact Crosley for where you can get approved parts.

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