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Problem maybe that the START/PAUSE button has broken loose from the control panel. All the buttons are attached to control panel and "hinged" so when you press the button, the button presses a small button switch on the display control. You may have to order
the Control Panel.. Disassembly is required to inspect.
It would be least likely that the Display PCB is bad..
hold down the function button until the display changes. you can then toggle things like dimmer ,aux, and demo by turning volume control. when you see demo push the play/pause button which will then allow you to turn it off by again turning the volume button. once its off press play/pause button which will allow you to toggle other functions. then hold function key down again to get back to main display(main display will eventually return on its own)
In addtion to the S68/S38 remote this hack requires a universal remote configured for the S58/S38 with a separate 'Pause' button (or another Panasonic DVD remote with a separate 'Pause' button may work).
Neither the 'Play/Pause' nor 'Frame' buttons on the S58/S38 remote work for this hack.
1. Power on.
2. Open tray.
3. Using the S58/S38 remote press Audio, 1, 9, 8, 2, Subtitle
(it is not required but, if the TV is on, it will display the 'no go' icon after each key press - ignore it).
4. Using the other remote press Pause.
5. Using the S38 remote press 0.
The DVD front panel should now show the text "on".
GAMEPLAY CONTROLS Directional Buttons Up = Motives. Down = Wants and Aspirations. Left = Quick Text. Wants of Nearest Pet. Right = Relationships. X Button Select. Action. Triangle Button Cancel. Close Menu. Square Button Pan Camera (Hold) Circle Button Snap Camera to Sim L2 Button Sim Switcher Menu (Hold) L1 Button Freeze. Fast-Forward. R2 Button Toggle Walls On/Off R1 Button Freeze. Fast-Forward. Start Button Pause Select Button Toggle Control Mode Left analog stick (L3 Button when pressed down) Move Right analog stick (R3 Button when pressed down) Zoom. Rotate Camera.
PLACEMENT MODE/GRAB MODE CONTROLS X Button Place or Grab Object Triangle Button Cancel. Back. Square Button Remove Object and Put In Inventory Circle Button Toggle Blueprint Mode L2 Button Clone L1 Button Rotate R2 Button Undo/Redo R1 Button Rotate
BUILD/REMOVE MODE CONTROLS X Button Place/Remove Wall, Wallpaper, or Floor Triangle Button Cancel. Back. Square Button Pan Camera Circle Button Toggle Blueprint Mode L2 Button Clone Wallpaper or Floor R2 Button Undo/Redo Combo #1 L1 Button or R1 Button + X = Build or Fill Room Combo #2 L1 Button or R1 Button + X = Remove or Uncover Room (In Remove Mode)
I am figuring our what it looks like when you have suspended switches for two operations in a single switch. We don't find any double toggle switch in the market aside from electrical devices. You cannot combine switch wires from the motherboard to the button. It is good to explore for that yet you have 80% risk. But if we can place double throw switch just like what is done in digital radio/amplifier systems, the problem is where to fit in a case.
Maytag uses two types of door handle mounts. first look at the bottom side of door handle to see if there are tiny set screws. If there is you might just have to tighten them with an allen wrench. If it doesn't you need to grasp the handle firmly and pull it towards your left, sometimes they can be a little stubburn and require a light wrap with a rubber mallet. This will remove the handle. In this case there will be a clip inside the handle end, check to see if it is bent or if the handle itself is cracked, although I have seen some where the handle mount has become loose and that can be tighted by turning clockwise.