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Rubber keypad membrane unglued

What adhesive is used to secure the keypad button cover? It has come loose and makes texting difficult

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What I did was i went to walmart and brought rubber cemment..and a very thin paintbrush..and i just touched it up some areas and closed the sidekick screen over night..and that did the trick for me

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My GE microwave has a Keypad short. Do I have to replace the entire control panel?


Depending on part availability I would recommend the replacement of the keypad "membrane often shorts" but they may offer the control board with it since it ties together.

Mar 14, 2012 | GE Microwave Ovens

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F3 Message on microwave


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GE microwaves with a digital display will show an error code when there is a problem or malfunction with the unit. One type of error code that will be displayed on a GE oven and require troubleshooting is a code F3. An F3 error code indicates that the keypad for the control panel is bad or has a short. This will cause the microwave to beep continuously after the set clock message appears.

Unplug the power cord for the microwave from the electrical outlet. Pull the microwave out from the wall and set it on a table or the counter.


Find and remove the two screws from the top of the grille, on the font of the unit, with the Phillips-head screwdriver. Pull the grille off of the microwave.


Find and remove the screws that are used to secure the control panel to the microwave frame. Lift the control panel unit up and away from the microwave.


Find and remove the screw that is used to secure the green ground wire. Pull out all of the connectors and ribbon cables from the control board.


Apply heat from a hair dryer to the front of the control board for at least 30 seconds. Make sure the hair dryer is at the low setting. Pull up on one corner of the top membrane, then peel it off of the control board.


Repeat Step 5 for the other membrane that is on the control board.


Insert the pliable circuit of the new membrane through the opening in the control board. Remove the wax backing to expose the adhesive for the membrane. Place the membrane onto the control board.


Peel the wax backing off of the top membrane, then place it on the control board.


Place the control board back on the microwave and secure it with the screwdriver. Reattach the grille, and set the microwave back in place.


Plug the microwave back into the power outlet and reset the clock.

Oct 04, 2011 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

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Ge profile microwave f3 error and beep


F3 error code indicates that the keypad for the control panel is bad or has a short. This will cause the microwave to beep continuously after the set clock message appears.
1 Unplug the power cord for the microwave from the electrical outlet. Pull the microwave out from the wall and set it on a table or the counter.
2 Find and remove the two screws from the top of the grille, on the font of the unit, with the Phillips-head screwdriver. Pull the grille off of the microwave.
3 Find and remove the screws that are used to secure the control panel to the microwave frame. Lift the control panel unit up and away from the microwave.
4 Find and remove the screw that is used to secure the green ground wire. Pull out all of the connectors and ribbon cables from the control board.
5 Apply heat from a hair dryer to the front of the control board for at least 30 seconds. Make sure the hair dryer is at the low setting. Pull up on one corner of the top membrane, then peel it off of the control board.
6 Repeat Step 5 for the other membrane that is on the control board.
7 Insert the pliable circuit of the new membrane through the opening in the control board. Remove the wax backing to expose the adhesive for the membrane. Place the membrane onto the control board.
8 Peel the wax backing off of the top membrane, then place it on the control board.
9 Place the control board back on the microwave and secure it with the screwdriver. Reattach the grille, and set the microwave back in place.
10 Plug the microwave back into the power outlet and reset the clock.

Hope this helps.

Jul 01, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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White screen, keypad doesn't respond? Cannot make or answer calls or text.


sounds like the membrane under the keypad is faulty, and it plays a major part in the cell, as it powers the screen, speaker and keypad. just see ur local motorola accredited service centre, and make sure they use genuine parts

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Aug 17, 2010 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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The window is unglued on the bottom and sides.


The dealer can fix virtually any problem with a late model car. But, if you use epoxy or trim adhesive, you may be able to do the repair yourself.

I once used 'gel' super glue to exactly meter and put glue where it belongs and get an instant bond on rubber to glass or rubber to metal bonding.

Jul 11, 2010 | 2005 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible

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Buttons not working


The volume key is stuck that's why the volume bar keeps on popping out. It is also the reason why the keypad is not working. You have to unstuck the volume key to check if the keypad really doesn't work.
  1. Remove the battery cover and battery.
  2. Remove the camera cover by prying the locks along its sides and lifting it up to expose the volume keys.
  3. Insert a needle between the volume key membranes and the board to unstuck it. The membranes should click when pressed.
  4. Install the camera cover in reverse order.
Inform me if the volume keys work fine but the keypad buttons don't.

Jan 01, 2010 | Nokia 5310 Cellular Phone

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Replacement parts for Magellan eXplorist GPS


You need to be brave, but it is pretty simlple. Basically you are going to clean the rubber keypad and circuit board contacts. These contacts develop a film over time that needs to be removed. That is the main reason telephone and remote control keypads fail over time.

1. Remove the battery.
2. Remove 5 screws holding the bady together and separate the backplate from the main body.
3. Now carefully lift the circuit board out of the main body. Do not disconnect anything, but be careful with the rubber seal that fits between the back and front plates.
4. With the circuit board laying flat on your work surface, remove the rubber keypad. It is held in place over the joystick. Carefully lift it off the joystick and set it aside.
5. Use a clean pencil eraser and lightly rub the contacts on the circuit board. Do the same thing on the keypad by pushing the little knobs out where you can rub them. Blow away the dust.
6. Use a Q-tip with some alcohol to clean the contacts on the curcuit board and on the keypad.
7. When the alcohol is dry, put everything back together in the opposite order.

This should be good enough, but if it does not solve the issue, then buy a rubber keypad repair kit (an example is at http://www.mgchemicals.com/downloads/appguide/appguide0206.pdf) and try again.

Good luck.

Sep 02, 2008 | Magellan eXplorist 400 GPS Receiver

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Sanyo CLT 947


Two solutions. Replacement rubber key pad membrane or re-apply conductive coating.

1) Call Sanyo and see if they have a replacement rubber membrane keypad for your model of telephone. (I replaced the keypad membrane on my Sanyo CLT-2430 cordless phone). In Canada, the Sanyo telephone number is: (905) 760-9944. Their web page is: sanyocanada.com.

2) A rubber keypad repair kit is available from MG Chemicals. Rubber Keypad Repair Kit 8339.
This kit is described on their web page: http://www.mgchemicals.com/products/8339.html

In Canada, this keypad repair kit is available from ElectroSonic. See a description of this kit at: http://www.e-sonic.com/acc/products.aspx?command=detail&partID=8339&partIDExt=281
In Canada, this keypad repair kit costs about $14.00.


Apr 22, 2008 | Sanyo CLT-A902 Cordless Phone

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