Necessity is the mother of invention. No luck on finding a local supplier, so I decided to see if I could fix the existing ones. How do you ask? Well WD-40 of course.
I squirted generous amounts of WD-40 into the tiny gaps around the white switches and flick them back and forth. After letting them sit for a bit so the excess drained out the bottom I used the multimeter to test for continuity. To my pleasant surprise, they worked perfectly! I still cant' really believe it worked, but I am not complaining.
NEXT Problem: the Transfer Switch in the back road side electrical compartment is not switching over even after the generator has been running for 15 minutes. The Transfer Switch under the curb side closet for the rear A/C is working. I can hear it click and when not plugged in to shore power, the rear A/C gets power. I am not sure, but I will see if there is some way to fix the Transfer Switch.
I physically pressed the switch down and the generator was able to provide power to AC outlets, so something is not working right with the automatic transfer of power. Any thoughts on this one?