On off switch?

Becky Castellano Posted By Becky Castellano, Dec 2, 2012 at 10:02 PM

  1. Becky Castellano

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    Hello I was googling and was led to this forum. We have a Lopi gas stove. We have been using it for about eight weeks this season. The last few times I have had to flip the switch to make it light. Is it possible that the switch is wearing out and if so is it an easy part to replace?
     
  2. Heatsource

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    yeah, on-off stitches are built cheap- and easy to replace

    the one on my Quad needs to be tapped to work, just too busy/lazy to replace it :)
     
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    I live on a lake & I don't fish much...I do lots of motorcycle riding, tho...
     

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