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Bought this used lamp and determined it has a faulty touch-switch, meaning you touch the lamp and it’s supposed to turn off or on.
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Logically, it’s grounded to the metal lamp somewhere inside.
Am I going to have to re-wire the entire lamp?
Who has can-opened their lamp, like I’m going to do?
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My touch lamp died after many years. I had some little in-line roller switches in my shop. I cut the cord (1 section) and installed the roller switch. It is not as convenient as the touch senser, but at least I don't need a new lamp.
First link shows how to remove it. I know you don't want to replace the module. The Youtube video shows how to remove and eliminate the module with a switch.
The bottom cover of the lamp should be removeable. Just replace the touch-switch inside. Amazon has the switches.
This is the brand that has worked best for me. They do wear out and have to be replaced every 5-6 years or so. Another brand I got last time did not continue to work. I was refunded and went back to my original brand.
Pull out the little box just inside the base. Use wire nuts to connect cord to wires running up to bulb. Add a roller switch(very easy) and you're done.