Perhaps this may be similar to a problem already posted, but it seems slightly different so I thought I'd go ahead and ask anyway.
I last ran my dishwasher about 2 weeks ago, and it operated fine. Cleaned, rinsed, dried, shut off, everything. But the next time I loaded it and pressed a button, nothing would happen. It's almost like it is unplugged. I checked the fuse box and there are no fuses blown. None of the buttons light up and it is completely inoperable. Why would this have happened? Help!
We are also having this problem. We had someone come out several months ago and tell us we needed a new panel. We didn't have the money at the time, so we took the panel off ourselves, cleaned it, put it back on. It worked fine for about 6 months. It has happened again, and this time no luck...i think we will have to replace the panel.
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Laptop keyboard replacement procedures are all similar,
Search on the internet for how to replace ne552 keyboard (or similar). You my find quite a number of nearly relevant instructional videos and step-by-step instructions, referring to slightly different models..Look at a few and see how similar they are, pick one and follow it eg Replace Keyboard Gateway Laptop or Replace Keyboard on Gateway Laptop NE56R
What you really need is the maintenance & service manual, but there doesn't seem to be one. You might try contacting Gateway support and asking.
Keyboards for your model are readily available, on ebay or from commercial parts suppliers, even Gateway
Not all Suzuki swift's will need this fix,as I have found that a few car owners with the same model vehicles have different issues. It's difficult to explain any reason other than perhaps the different brands of HID upgrade kits may differ internally in the HID controllers & may already have a resistor(or similar) in built.
if its cutting out then most liley will have nothing to do with the transmission, sonds like an air fault to me, perhaps the air mass sensor, this is the most common fault on any modern car so I would certainly take a look at that first, also ensure you have no air leaks in the pipe work as again this would also do that.
Open the rear hatch and the spare TIRE AND TOOL COVER area. You should see a small DVD player nestled under a protective frame. In the RX350 it is to the right of the tire,in the 5 o`clock position. The 400h should be similar but perhaps slightly different position, due to Hybrid equipment. You will need the ignition power on to press the eject and load buttons. Save your old DVD for future use if returning to North America. Post back to confirm location and how you make out
The fact that you wiggled the cord and it came on would seem to indicate a defective cord, either at the plug end or at the machine itself. Look again at where the cord enters the vac and at the wall. twist it slightly if you see a thin or collapsed area that is your problem.
There must be some keys active after you press Menu. Like you said, it must be waiting for you. After you hit Menu have you tried all the numbers and arrows?
If you can't get any of them to respond (except hitting Menu again to exit the menu) perhaps you need to try a different manufacturer code for your device. For example, if you have Brand ABC Model XYZ, perhaps the valid remote codes are 012, 013, and 014. Even if you have found that 012 works for most things but you can't record, you should try programming the remote to codes 013 and 014 and see what happens. There could be slight differences between the codes that allow most features to work, but not ALL features, just as you are experienceing. Good luck.