I did take afew photo's while on assignment in an area where the temperatures were around 34 degrees celcius. After I kept the camera in its pouch and needed to use it again, it would not come on. At first I thought the battery was down, but even after charging, the camera would not show anything, is there any remedy or should I toss off the thing?
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Don't set your refrigerator's temperature too low. The colder it gets the more
it costs to run. Set the refrigerator's temperature to between 38 and 42 degrees
Fahrenheit (3 to 6 degrees Celcius) and your freezer to between 0 and 5 degrees
Fahrenheit (-17 to -15 degrees Celcius).
Sounds like a dry joint in the circuit somewhere - possibly the power in/out join by the sounds of it. When the temp heats up, it expands and then makes a good connection, but when cold, it contacts and lifts off the circuit board. Common problem with electronics.
If the dial is in such a format in your refrigerator, try a setting at 3 if the range is 1-5, and at 4 if the range is 1-9. For the freezer, a setting at C is suitable.
The ideal temperature in the refrigerator ranges between 34 - 38 degrees F or 1 - 3 degrees C. So that foods such as vegetables and fruits remain fresh and crisp, the temperature may be set around 38 degrees F or 3 degrress C.
The ideal temperature in the freezer ranges around 0 degrees F (-18 degrees C) or lower. See more at: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/refrigerator-temperature-settings.html
Disconnect from any power source. Remove the outer case. Press to open the door and just beneath the open button there is a self tapping screw holding the front unit down and in the slots. Remove the screw. Remove the plugs making a note of where they all came from! (A mobile phone camera is very handy for this job). The panel assembly will come away from the chassis now. Unscrew the display panel and disconnect. Fit and connect the new panel, re fit the assembly and connect the plugs, refering to your drawing/photo. Replace the screw after fiddling around for a while getting the mechanism in the correct place. Fit the outer case and test with 1/2 litre of water. Measure the temperature of the water in the beaker. Heat on full microwave power for 1 minute. Check the temperature. For your machine the temperature rise should exceed 9 degrees Celcius. If it does, you have a safe microwave cooker. Hope this helps.