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Had same problem but solution was different. Start button looked slightly misaligned and wouldn't always work. Followed instructions to pull off front control panel, removed LED display panel and the plastic tab that the start button was attached to had broken off from the panel. Used a good epoxy to glue the edges back together and it works like new. Also broke two tabs that hold the LED panel inside the front plate due to the plastic becoming brittle. Again, epoxy is your friend. Works like new.
Odds are the PCB trace on the control panel is broken for the switch from pushing hard on the ON button. You will need to repair the connections or replace the switch or replace the control panel. Good Luck
please there is no need to start your dryer without the switch. you can easily replace the switch yourself just follow this instructions below to replace your switch.
things you will need are philip and hex and nut screwdrivers, putty knife and Replacement "start" switch. then
Disconnect the dryer from the electrical outlet. Slide the dryer out from the wall and disconnect the dryer vent from the dryer's back panel.
Loop a piece of string behind the "Start" button and pull forward on the string to pop the knob off the switch's post.
Access the interior of the control panel. Depending on your model of dryer, there are several ways to access the interior of the control panel. On older dryers, there will be an access panel along the back of the control panel that can be removed once all of the retaining screws have been removed. On newer dryers, the control panel is held in place by screws in the front or spring clips. Remove the plastic end caps on the control panel and remove the screws underneath. If your dryer has no end caps, slide a putty knife under the corners of the control panel and lift up on the knife to release the clips. Rotate the control panel toward the rear of the dryer to access the interior.
Unplug the wires from the switch by sliding them off the contact terminals on the switch. Make a note which wire connects to which terminal so you can easily connect them to the new switch.
Press the release tab to unlock the switch and slide it out of its socket. If you have an older dryer, remove the retaining screw to remove the switch. Slide a new switch into the socket and press it down until the release tab locks into place. If you removed a retaining screw, replace the screw. Reconnect the wires.
Rotate the control panel back down on the dryer or replace the rear access panel. Replace the knob and reconnect the dryer vent. Plug the dryer back into the electrical outlet.
I would say that the Print switch on the control panel PCB has a broken solder joint. If you know how to get the control panel off and know how to use a solder iron, you can fix it. Or you will need to get a new control panel or you can call a local service rep. Good Luck...
First open the right side cover where the image unit is located. Check the two latches that latch the door ensure they are not broken, especially the rear one. Then get a paper clip and stick the clip in the small hole on the right side of the control panel it will touch a switch. The control panel will go thru some screens when you see the screen with the copiers on it on the left side of the screen in the middle you will see a small "." When the dot appears touch 3 button. Then the machine will continue to the code screen. Press the Utility button you should see a new button "Maintenance Mode" touch it then touch trouble reset. The machine will again go thru screens will see the"." again do nothing. Should go ready to Copy. If the code comes back do not reset you are messing with the Fuser the Hot part. Continuing to reset without a technician looking at and or replacing it, the fuser can catch on fire and that would ruin a perfectly good day.
I believe that you can turn these functions on and off via the Network Connections that you can access from the control panel.
In Windows XP: Click on START button Select Control Panel Click on Network Connections
In Windows Vista: Click on START button Select Control Panel Select Network and Internet Select Network and Sharing Center In left panel, select Manage Network Connections
Once here, you should see your wireless adapter and your bluetooth adapter. If you Right-Click on either connection, a menu will pop up and you can choose to Enable or Disable the connection without the button on the front of your computer.