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The odometer is an electronic digital display. Digits displayed are illuminated by the odometer backlight bulb. The odometer backlight bulb brightness is controlled by class 2 messages from the BCM to adjust the display for daylight and instrument panel dimming operation. The trip odometer and total odometer will show in this display area. The push button in the lower right side of the speedometer is used to toggle between the trip and total odometer readings. To reset the trip odometer, push and hold the button down for at least two seconds. The total odometer display has six digits with no decimal display. The trip odometer has four digits including a decimal point and indicates tenths of a mile or kilometer.
The body control module (BCM) stores the vehicle mileage. If the BCM fails, the cluster will display the last valid mileage that was sent before the BCM failed. For replacement of the BCM refer to the BCM section of this service manual. Replacement instrument clusters do not require odometer pre-setting before installation. If the instrument cluster is replaced, the mileage stored in the BCM will be sent to the new cluster via serial data, and shown in the odometer display.
Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop.
Had a similar problem over a year ago on my Rangemaster, neither of the ovens would come on, only the gas hob worked.
The cost of a new display unit was around £100 plus so decided to check out the unit by removing it (it was quite easy to do; but remember to isloate the cooker from the mains before you start dismantling).
On my display there were six wires plugged into it. I marked each one and the display before removing them so that they all went back to the correct location (i am not an electrician and am therefore an electrical numpty).
Firstly I degreased each male and female connector using an electrical spray degreaser/cleaner and then cleaned them using very fine emery paper and a special pen with glassfibre bristles until they gleamed and then gave them a final spray to remove any debrie left by the cleaning process.
Before i put everything back i also cleaned all the connectors to the switches etc which were accessable in a similar manner; about another eight/ten in total.
Following reassembly and switching the power back everything started working again. All this work took about an hour and my cooker has been working fine for the last 12 months.
Another issue with detachable face units is the spring on the latch gets weak over time and the contacts will not be 100% reliable. Try cleaning the contacts between the unit and the faceplate and also make sure there is not debris in any of the latching mechanisms that could be causing the face to not sit totally flush on the receiver. By the way, cassette tapes...really?
If formatting your phone doesnt help there are three possible problems in order of priority (1) your screen is gone and needs replaced (2) your ribbon cable is gone and needs replaced (3) phone needs flashed, I have repaired the first two above on many samsungs with this fault! Not an easy job! Hope this helps.
it appears that your display has gone bad or there is a display connector problem. If you are tech savvy then open the phone carefully and on proper examination u will find that there is a connector for the display carefully take it off and replace it. Check if it works if not replace the display