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Wide angle mode switch stuck??

Hi -
My FE-100's wide angle button cannot be pressed and adjusted. The Shutter button also is difficult to press and so the flash is not working either. I recharged the batteries and the battery charge shows full. Does any one know of how to solve this?

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the console. Press and hold Wash Temperature Setting Up then
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9. (00001000) Size Switch Error
The Display size switch setting does not match that which is stored in memory.
Action GW Machines: Reselect the size of the machine by using the SIZE SETTING
MODE.
To set the size switch, turn the power on at the power point and off at
the console. Press and hold Wash Temperature Setting Up then
press Power. SmartDrive will give 4 short beeps and the pattern of
LEDs will change.
One of the following buttons needs to be pushed to lock the size into
memory.
• Press Wash Temperature Setting Up, the Cold LED is on for 5.5kg
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• Press Water Level Up, the Low Water LED is on for 6.5kg / 7.0kg
(600mm wide).
517790C
35
• Press Spin Speed Up, the Spin Hold LED is on for 7.5 / 8.0kg
(650mm wide).
• Press Power to confirm the setting and also exit this mode.
Action IW Machines: To access Size Setting Mode, push and hold the Fabric Care button
and then press the Power button to enter Size Setting mode. Select
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highlight the correct size. Size setting is then achieved by pressing
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Note: Fault code 9 will only be logged into the memory of IW machines. GW and MW
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af_frame_indicator_a70.gif 6. Press the shutter button all the way.
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