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The nylon guide may have worn down and no longer catches. The switch needs to be disassembled (watch out for the tiny spring, rcmd using a zip lock bag to take apart in) and all the old grease cleaned out then a nice lubricant with Teflon (skip using grease) used for lubricant. NO WD-40 !

Anyhow, reassemble and try it. As an aside, most folks leave it in the on position. Doesn't hurt anything g and acts as an indication the charging system fuse is good (same circuit).
 
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