You should try cleaning the switch first, thats a really common problem.
Best to take the cover apart, then access dried up gunk clogging the switch springs- CRC or wd will do, qtips can help dig out loosened crud.
Operate switches numerous times till they work properly, then apply new dielectric grease- any parts store less than $5, replace covers and enjoy
Anyone reading this with a stuck On hazard switch spray wd or crc thru the small opening and operate switch 50 to 1000 times with spraying, until it finally unglues itself.
Often faster and easier on thumb to open the covers and perform some basic maintenance- probably not found in maintenance schedule, unless a small footnote about lube cables and switches as needed
Oh, you mean like... if I ride on Earth?
Certified Slacker is suffering under the delusion of being an expert... We need more Voltage! IGOR- throw the 3rd switch!!
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Not the 3rd switch Master!!