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Keypad doesn't work

Help. I have power to the key pad. All the LED number's symbols, temp, time work. None of the buttons work. Can it be the Control Module and if so, how do I order one?

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Master Parts is the parts distributors for ProCom. You can contact them at 800-446-1446 they should be able to help you. Thanks

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Lenovo a3000-k letters i o p j k l m plus some symbols will not type,the red numbers or letters underneath come up how do i get them to work


NUMBER LOCK
You have press the NumLk key (number lock) and this changes the right hand keys to a number pad.
Press the NumLk key (also doubles as the ScrLk key to toggle the Number lock). it is near the F12 function key. When the NumLk has been enabled a LED light is turn on to indicate this function has been selected. Press the NumLk key again to turn off the Number Lock and Num Lock LED indicator..

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I have a chevy impala 2001,i took it to the chevy house and they ran a dynostic and they told me it needed the ignition control module and the ignition swith,so i replaced them both but the car shows to be...


try this install the new key in the ignition switch. turn on the ignition switch to the on position for 10 minutes.when the system led lock light disappear.turn off the ignition switch for 5 seconds.then start the engine.still dont start.try this procedure few more times.if car still dont crank and you see the pad lock symbols.the dealership will have to reprogram the new key and body control module.

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The touch pad was working and now all of a sudden its not


Check your model for a mouse pad disable key. A lot of times it is right above the mouse pad (and is easily bumped) or a function key. It generally looks like a symbol of two mousepads with the second one having a line drawn through it.

Try pressing this button or holding in the Fn key (lower left hand corner) and pressing the function key and see if that resolves your issue.

If not make sure mouse drivers are installed and working properly.

If none of this helps, please post your model and Windows version.

Please leave feedback if this was helpful.

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I have just changed the brown control board and now i have a fault code 9


Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly.

You did not provide a make and model number so here is my best model to problem guess....

Your new control board is missing the size information.

AQUASMART-SIZE-SETTING. Size information must be programmed when a Motor Control Module or Display Module has been replaced. If the size is not set, the display will show fault code 9, or the water levels and wash actions will be incorrect. If the machine displays fault code 9, the machine must be switched off at the wall and then back on again before it can be sized.

Setting the size:

Unplug at the wall and then re-plug it in.

Press and hold Temp Up, then press Power. Wait for the 4 beeps, then set your machine size as follows to YOUR machine size:

5/5.5kg machines - press Temp Up. Cold led should light.
6/6.5kg machines - press Water Up. Low water led should light.
7/7.5kg machines - press Spin Speed up. Spin hold led should light.

Power off, try a programme.
Thanks for using FixYa!

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From the Tech Sheet:

IWL12 and GWL 11 are different models. One of the two procedures will work for your machine.

The machine size must be set into the machine
memory if a Motor Controller or Display Module has
been changed.

To set the size:
1. Turn the power on at the power point and off
at the console.

2. IWL12 - Press and hold the FABRIC CARE
button, then press the POWER button. This
will present a set of options in the LCD
screen. The LCD screen has within it a
number of options. Push the Adjust button to
highlight the 650mm (L) machine size.
Pushing the POWER button will lock the size
into the module’s memory.

GWL11 – Press and hold the WASH TEMP
UP button then press the POWER button.
Press the SPIN SPEED UP button (the HOLD
LED should be on.)
3. Press the POWER button to return to normal
operation.

Kelly


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Number pad


You can't make the alternate characters like °, ®, ♂, σ etc with a combination number pad. You need to have a seperate number pad. I use a $20 plug in keyboard.

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Touch pad does not work and flashed FO


FO- the touch pad is faulty. replace the eoc(electronic oven control)

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Focus remote key fob not working


this info would cost you £30.+ at ford Radio Frequency Programming Instructions:
  • Insert the ignition key and turn from position II (Ignition) to position 0 (All off) and back four times within three seconds.
  • Remove the ignition key. The locking control system is now in "learn mode" for the next 20 seconds and the red warning system LED (By the clock) stays on continuously to indicate this.
  • During the 20 seconds press one of the transmitter buttons. The remotes signal and code number is learned by the locking module and is indicated by flashing the warning system LED.
  • Wait until learn mode times out (20 seconds) or switch the ignition back to ON.nfrared Programming Instructions:
  • Put your key into the ignition and turn to position 1 (Radio). After approximately 10 seconds the red alarm control LED (next to the clock) should illuminate. As soon as it comes on remove the key from the ignition - the LED should remain lit.
  • Point the remote's "eye" at one of the front door sensors and press the rear button until the light on the transmitter illuminates (Keep the button pressed)
  • With the rear button held in press the front button 4 times then release both at the same time. The control lights in both clock and fob will flash 4 times to indicate programming complete.
  • Turn the ignition back on to exit programming mode

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Power LED Flashing Yellow on Qosmio laptop F15


This flashing LED means only one thing, and it is quite harmless:

Your laptop is either "asleep" (suspended) or in "hibernation" mode.It does this if left for a long time with no activity/input from you. You must simply "wake the laptop up" now:

Look for a symbol on keyboard for "sleeping" (like a half moon with zzzz) and press that key WITH whatever color coded key matches the symbol color (usually "FN" key). If there is no suchkey, press the space bar and hold it down a few seconds.

Then wait. Can take 60 seconds to "wake up" on slower processors.

If this does not work, press AND hold the POWER button for 10 seconds. Then wait 60 seconds and press power key again, briefly, to start laptop normally.

Pressing and holding the power button 6-10 seconds forces a complete system shutdown.

If this happens often, something may be wrong with APM or ACPI settings/driver. You can go to start menu/settings/control panels/power management and adjust settings (or disable sleep/suspend and hibernation if all else fails to resolve situation)

good luck.

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Toshiba power led flashing yellow


This flashing LED usually means only two things, both are quite harmless:

1. Some laptops will flash the power LED when battery is charging. If this is the case, it should stop when battery is fully charged. This can be presumed if the laptop starts normally while LED flashes. If not, suspect step 2 below:

2. Your laptop is either "asleep" (suspended) or in "hibernation" mode.It does this if left for a long time with no activity/input from you. You must simply "wake the laptop up" now:

Look for a symbol on keyboard for "sleeping" (like a half moon with zzzz) and press that key WITH whatever color coded key matches the symbol color (usually "FN" key). If there is no suchkey, press the space bar and hold it down a few seconds.

Then wait. Can take 60 seconds to "wake up" on slower processors.

If this does not work, press AND hold the POWER button for 10 seconds. Then wait 60 seconds and press power key again, briefly, to start laptop normally.

Pressing and holding the power button 6-10 seconds forces a complete system shutdown.

If this happens often, something may be wrong with APM or ACPI settings/driver. You can go to start menu/settings/control panels/power management and adjust settings (or disable sleep/suspend and hibernation if all else fails to resolve situation)

good luck.

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