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Screen reads..."Mode dial is not in the proper position"

Nothing I have done solves this problem... eg recharge battery, select various mode settings, laying of hands ; ), etc.etc. No buttom pushing has remedied the problem.

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I had the same problem, so bought a few precision screwdrivers and took the back off. Be careful, but you can release the top section and on the bottom of the dial is a few plastic spacers which had squashed. I straightened these out, carefully put it back together, and this solved it. I think these spacers hold the electronin dial in place, hence why it comes up with " not in proper position ". If you fancy trying, it only took me 5 minutes and I know nothing about electronics.

Tom A

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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