I have a panisonic EX8077S electric razor. When I set in the charger to clean it, the water runs through and stays in the charger, it will not dry it. Any time I get it out to use, it is always wet and dripping. The problem started when I changed the filter. Thanks, Pat
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I experienced the same symptoms on my 8995; solid yellow light (even though the cartridge was full), cleaning failed (red light on) after pressing either start button. After many failed attempts to clean the razor, unplugging the station and pushing start button, I decided to clean the razor under running water. I rinsed the razor under water and then turned it on allowing it to run in a pool of water (like it would in the station). After water cleaning, I returned the razor to the station, pressed the start button and it worked! Was able to do both the quick clean and auto clean.
I also had the 7 blinking lights and no picture on my TCP55GT30 16 month old TV. The diagnositics show a bad SC board. Panisonic will cover the cost of the board only. The $350 labor charge is mine to eat. I spoke to Panisonic and they basically don't care. They know they have a problem but aren't willing to accept it and recall the boards or cover the total repair cost. So for me I think the cost (25% of the total cost of the TV) on top of what I already paid for the TV is rediculous. This was supposed to be a state of the art, top quality TV, which it obviously is not. My $300 Emerson flat screen, 4 yr old TV work just fine. I wil never buy another Panisonic product in my life time. I understand that things go wrong with anything, but the difference is how the company handles the problem. Oh yeah, my brothers did the same thing at 12 months. Real quality.
That usually occurs after the camera has been dropped or dirt is stuck inside the moving parts. I have had this on two cameras; one was filled with dirt, and eventually started working again. If you can try to clean it while it is fully extended and retracted you may be able to get away with a simple fix. Cleaning it in one position may be impossible.
My other camera was dropped into dirt (with a lot of force...fell on it). After trying to clean it with the above method I was able to get it to finally work. The clicking you hear is the zoom mechanism binding on 'something', which is either dirt or a bent or broken part inside. After a few seconds it will shut off to prevent causing further damage.
The racheting sound is the result of the torque setting indicated on the dial before the chuck. Set the dial to the drill bit icon, or all the way past the highest number, and that locks out the torque control, and it will not ratchet
Here's a link for your manual. After you download it you will see your model listed on the manual. Just click this link, type in the numbers you see in the box then download it. If this helps you plz rate this 'fixya'. If you need more help leave a comment & I'll be happy to help. Thank you kindly.