Question about Dunlop Rotovibe

tpruitt

Active member
I just picked up a rotovibe. Is it normal on these to have to push the switch twice to turn them on or off?
 

ChurchHill

New member
I wouldn't think so... I have one, buried around somewhere. I know the switches can be a little touchy. Maybe it's sticking? IDK.
 

tpruitt

Active member
I didn’t think it was right. You have to push it twice to turn it on then twice to turn it off. Strange
 

tpruitt

Active member
So I replaced the switch with a new momentary switch I had laying around and it still does the same thing.
I find it hard to believe this is normal.
Has anyone had any issues like this?
 
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