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I suppose you mean no light in the control panel? Or did it fall off?
If the harnesses to the control panel board are not loose, then you have a control panel problem. This board is not commonly repairable and might have to be replaced.
You press the start button, reset the breaker, ensure the door is closed smug; thump on the panel a bit, check harnesses and nothing happens? Is there 120V to the board..if yes, then replace board.

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Did you try unplugging it and plugging it back in? Is there a power button? If so plug the unit in and try to press and hold it for 5 seconds and see if then it powers on.

Posted on Oct 15, 2013

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I need a fuse panel diagram for 2011 vw jetta tdi. My radio and rear defrost are not working.


Fuse panel C (dashboard)

Volkswagen Passat B7 - fuse box - dashboard Number Designation in Wiring Diagram Ampere rating [A] Function/component Terminal F1 Fuse 1 on fuse panel C -SC1- 7,5 Headlight DRLs, HID Adjuster motors, Whistler Radar Detector 15a F2 Fuse 2 on fuse panel C -SC2- 15 Airbag control module -J234-, Front passenger airbag -disabled- indicator lamp -K145- 15a F3 Fuse 3 on fuse panel C -SC3- 7,5 Light switch -E1- (T10h/4), Oil level thermal sensor -G266- (T6z/4), ABS control module -J104- (47/8), Instrument cluster control module -J285- (T32/31), Power steering control module -J500- (T6z/1) Data, Engine control module -J623- (T94/87), DSG transmission Mechatronic -J743- (T20e/13), Starter relay 1 -J906- (T7/1), Starter relay 2 -J907- (T9c/1) 15a F4 Fuse 4 on fuse panel C -SC4 7,5 Back-up lamp switch -F4-, High pressure sensor -G65-, Air quality sensor -G238-, Garage door opener control module -J530-, Parallel parking assistance control module -J791-, 16-pin connector -T16- (diagnostic connector), Automatic dimming interior rearview mirror -Y7 -, Left washer nozzle heater -Z20-, Right washer nozzle heater -Z21- 15a F5 Fuse 5 on fuse panel C -SC5- - Not used F6 Fuse 6 on fuse panel C -SC6- - Not used F7 Fuse 7 on fuse panel C -SC7- - Not used F8 Fuse 8 on fuse panel C -SC8- - Not used F9 - Fuse 9 on fuse panel C -SC9- - Not used F10 Fuse 10 on fuse panel C -SC10- - Not used F11 Fuse 11 on fuse panel C -SC11- - Not used F12 Fuse 12 on fuse panel C -SC12- 10 Light switch -E1- (T10h/8), Tiptronic switch -F189, Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52c/1), Selector lever sensor system control module -J587, Electronic steering column lock control module -J764, 16-pin connector -T16- diagnostic connector (T16/16) 30a F13 Fuse 13 on fuse panel C -SC13- 10 Instrument cluster control module -J285- (T32/32) 30a F14 Fuse 4 on fuse panel C -SC14- - Not used F15 Fuse 15 on fuse panel C -SC15- 5 Electronic steering column lock control module -J764- 30a F16 Fuse 16 on fuse panel C -SC16- 5 Data bus on board diagnostic interface -J533- (T20/1) 30a F17 Fuse 17 on fuse panel C -SC17- 10 Steering column electronics control module -J527- (T16l/1) 30a F18 Fuse 18 on fuse panel C -SC18- - Not used F19 Fuse 19 on fuse panel C -SC19- - Not used F20 Fuse 20 on fuse panel C -SC20- - Not used F21 Fuse 21 on fuse panel C -SC21- - Not used F22 Fuse 22 on fuse panel C -SC22- 30 28-pin connector -T28a/22- (right A-pillar), 28-pin connector -T28a/22- (right B-pillar) 30a F23 Fuse 23 on fuse panel C -SC23- 30 Rear window defogger relay -J9-, Rear window defogger -Z1- 30a F24 Fuse 24 on fuse panel C -SC24- 20 Fuel pump relay -J17-, Fuel pump control module -J538- (T10n/1), Transfer fuel pump -G6- 30a F25 Fuse 25 on fuse panel C -SC25- 20 Climatronic control unit -J255- A/C control module -J301- Automatic transmission control module -J217- F26 Fuse 26 on fuse panel C -SC26- 15 Rear lid remote lock key switch -E232-, Compass magnetic field sensor -G197-, Rain/light recognition sensor -G397-, Remote start system relay -J471-, Analog clock -Y F27 Fuse 27 on fuse panel C -SC27 - Not used F28 Fuse 28 on fuse panel C -SC28- 30 Automatic transmission control module -J217- 15a F29 Fuse 29 on fuse panel C -SC29- 20 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52b/1) 30a F30 Fuse 30 on fuse panel C -SC30- 20 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52b/42) 30a F31 Fuse 31 on fuse panel C -SC31- 30 28-pin connector -T28/22- (left A-pillar), 28-pin connector -T28b/22- (left B-pillar) 30a F32 Fuse 32 on fuse panel C -SC32- 40 Trunk 12 V Plug [OEM-Fresh air blower control module -J126-], Fresh air blower -V2- 30a F33 Fuse 33 on fuse panel C -SC33- 30 Front seat heating control module -J774- (T8z/3, T8z/6) 30a F34 Fuse 34 on fuse panel C -SC34- 20 Power sunroof control module -J245-, (T16s/1) Sunroof motor -V1- 30a F35 Fuse 35 on fuse panel C -SC35- 30 Driver seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E176-, Front passenger seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E177-, Driver seat lumbar support curvature adjustment motor -V125-, Front passenger seat lumbar support curvature adjustment motor -V126- 30a F36 Fuse 36 on fuse panel C -SC36 - Not used F37 Fuse 37 on fuse panel C -SC37- - Not used F38 Fuse 38 on fuse panel C -SC38- - Not used F39 Fuse 39 on fuse panel C -SC39- - Not used F40 Fuse 40 on fuse panel C -SC40- 40 400W Inverter in Trunk [OEM- A/C control module -J301-], Fresh air blower -V2- 75a F41 Fuse 41 on fuse panel C -SC41- - Not used F42 Fuse 42 on fuse panel C -SC42- 30 Cigarette lighter -U1-12 V socket 2 -U18 75a F43 Fuse 43 on fuse panel C -SC43- - Not used F44 Fuse 44 on fuse panel C -SC44- - Not used Fuse 44 on fuse panel C -SC44- F45 Fuse 45 on fuse panel C -SC45- - Not used F46 Fuse 46 on fuse panel C -SC46- - Not used F47 - Fuse 47 on fuse panel C -SC47- - Not used F48 Fuse 48 on fuse panel C -SC48- - Not used F49 - Fuse 49 on fuse panel C -SC49- - Not used

Fuse panel E (VR6 only)

Panel E is the one in the trunk with your battery on the VR6.
Number Designation in Wiring Diagram Ampere rating [A] Function/Component Terminal F1 -Fuse panel B -SB1- - Not used F2 -Fuse 2 on fuse panel B -SB2- 15 -Engine control module -J623- 87a F3 -Fuse 3 on fuse panel B -SB3- 30 -Reducing agent reservoir sensor -G697- 2, Reducing agent reservoir processing unit, G698- 2 Coolant fan control module -J293-, Wastegate bypass regulator valve -N75-, Positive crankcase ventilation heating element -, N79-Reducing agent reversing valve -N473- 2 87a F4 -Fuse 4 on fuse panel B -SB4- 15 -NOx sensor -G295-2 Oxygen sensor 1 before catalytic converter -GX10-Oxygen sensor 2 before catalytic converter -GX11- 1 Oxygen sensor heater -Z19-Oxygen sensor 2 heater -Z28-1 NOx sensor control module 2 -J881- 2 87a F5 -Fuse 5 on fuse panel B -SB5- 5 -Mass air flow sensor -G70-2 Oxygen sensor 1 after catalytic converter -GX7-Oxygen sensor 2 after catalytic converter -GX8-1 Heater for oxygen sensor 1 after catalytic converter -Z29-Heater for oxygen sensor 2 after catalytic converter -Z30- 1 87a F6 -Fuse 6 on fuse panel B -SB6- 10 -EVAP canister purge regulator valve 1 -N80- 1 Secondary air injection solenoid valve - N112- 3 Camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N205-1 Fuel pressure regulator valve -N276- 1 Exhaust camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N318-1 Fuel pump relay -J17-3 Secondary air pump 87a F7 F7 -Fuse 7 on fuse panel B -SB7- 20 -Ignition coil 1 with power output stage -N70-Ignition coil 2 with power output stage - N127-Ignition coil 3 with power output stage -N291-Ignition coil 4 with power output stage -N292-Ignition coil 5 with power output stage -N323- 1 Ignition coil 6 with p 87a F8 F8 -Fuse 8 on fuse panel B -SB8- 10 -EVAP canister purge regulator valve 1 -N80- 1 Camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N205-1 Exhaust camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N318-1 Reducing agent heater control module - J891- 2 Leak detection pump -V144- 1 87a F9 F9 -Fuse 9 on fuse panel B -SB9- 5 -Brake lamp switch -F-Rear air distribution motor position sensor -G478- 87a F10 F10 -Fuse 10 on fuse panel B -SB10- 5 -Mass air flow sensor -G70-1 Fuel pump relay -J17-2 Automatic glow time control module -J179- 2 87a F11 F11 -Fuse 11 on fuse panel B -SB11- 30 DSG transmission Mechatronic -J743- 1 30a F12 F12 -Fuse 12 on fuse panel B -SB12- 15 Coolant pump -VX20- 1 87a F13 F13 -Fuse 13 on fuse panel B -SB13- 30 -Radio -R-Radio/navigation display unit control module -J503-External multimedia device interface -R215- 30a F14 F14 -Fuse 14 on fuse panel B -SB14- 5 -Motronic engine control module power supply relay -J271- 1, 3 Terminal 30 power supply relay -J317- 2 Engine control module -J623- 30a F15 F15 -Fuse 15 on fuse panel B -SB15- 20 -High tone horn -H2-Low tone horn -H7-Dual tone horn relay -J4- 30a F16 F16 -Fuse 16 on fuse panel B -SB16- 40 -Amplifier -R12- 30a F17 F17 -Fuse 17 on fuse panel B -SB17- 30 DSG transmission Mechatronic -J743- 2 30a F18 F18 -Fuse 18 on fuse panel B -SB18- 5 -Telephone transceiver -R36- 30a F19 F19 -Fuse 19 on fuse panel B -SB19- 5 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52a/24) 30 Ref. F20 F20 -Fuse 20 on fuse panel B -SB20- 40 Wiper motor change-over relay -J368-Wiper motor change-over relay 2 -J369- 30a F21 F21 -Fuse 21 on fuse panel B -SB21- 40 Secondary air injection pump motor -V101- 3 Auxiliary heater heating element -Z35- (T3hr/1) 2 30a F22 F22 -Fuse 22 on fuse panel B -SB22- 40 Auxiliary heater heating element -Z35- (T3hr/3) 2 30a F23 F23 -Fuse 23 on fuse panel B -SB23- 50 Fuse 32 on fuse panel C -SC32-Fuse 33 on fuse panel C -SC33-Fuse 34 on fuse panel C - SC34- 30a F24 F24 -Fuse 24 on fuse panel B -SB24- 50 Terminal 75 power supply relay 1 -J680-Fuse 40 on fuse panel C -SC40-Fuse 42 on fuse panel C -SC42- F25 F25 -Fuse 25 on fuse panel B -SB25- 40 Terminal 15 power supply relay 2 -J681- 30a F26 F26 -Fuse 26 on fuse panel B -SB26- 50 Automatic glow time control module -J179- (T11a/11) 30a F27 F27 -Fuse 27 on fuse panel B -SB27- 50 Coolant fan control module -J293- 30a F28 F28 -Fuse 28 on fuse panel B -SB28- 40 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52a/1) 30a F29 F29 -Fuse 29 on fuse panel B -SB29- 40 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52c/42) 30a F30 F30 -Fuse 30 on fuse panel B -SB30- 40 ABS control module -J104- (T47/1) 30a F31 F31 -Fuse 31 on fuse panel B -SB31- 30 ABS control module -J104- (T47/32) 30a F32 F32 -Fuse 32 on fuse panel B -SB32- 40 Auxiliary heater heating element -Z35- (T3hr/2) 2 30a 1) Only for vehicles with a 3.6L gasoline engine and engine code CDVB
2) Only for vehicles with a 2.0L diesel engine and engine code CKRA
3) Only for vehicles with a 2.5L gasoline enigne and engine code CBUA
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What is an ICP - RCC - Speedometer fuse for on a 1997 ford taurus dohc ICP - RCC?


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ICP - Integrated control panel
RCC - Remote Climate Control Module
Integrated Control Panel-Electronic Automatic Temperature Control
Control Assembly The Taurus, Sable vehicles group together the following systems into a single integrated control panel:
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  • clock
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  • electronic automatic temperature control (EATC)
  • full-logic cassette tape player
  • compact disc player control (optional)
The remote climate control module is mounted to the A/C evaporator housing behind the integrated control panel. The integrated control panel is connected to the remote climate control module with a dedicated two-wire communication link. The integrated control panel EATC features:
  • a vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) for displaying set temperature, ambient temperature, function and diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs).
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  1. Press and hold for 3 seconds the "Control Lock/Unlock" button on the control panel to lock the control panel.
  2. Listen for a double beep and observe the "Control Lock" status light is lit when the control lock is in effect.
  3. Press and hold for 3 seconds the "Control Lock/Unlock" button on the control panel to unlock the control panel. The "Control Lock" status light is goes out when the control panel is unlocked.

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Skylink sc-100 goes off when i input pin


The question is unclear. There are several possible cause for the control panel to go off after entering the PIN.

The control panel gives user four chances to enter the correct password. After the forth wrong password entry, the control panel will go off.

There is a silent alert command in which the control panel will activate the dialer and/or external siren alarm but the control panel remains silent. This is useful under duress condition.

The control panel has a tamper switch. If the control panel is disarmed, it will be ignored. If the control panel clamshell is opened and then the system is armed, the alarm will go off. The tamper switch prevents the burglar's attempt to remove the internal backup battery to shut down the system.

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Touchpad and Control Panel

If the buttons don't work on the control panel the entire touchpad and control panel assembly may need to be replaced. If the display works but the dishwasher functions are all out of synch, or some of the buttons don't respond properly the entire touchpad and control panel might need to be replaced.


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Touchpad

If the buttons don't work on the control panel, the dishwasher touchpad might be at fault. Generally speaking, if the dishwasher display is working and some of the buttons respond correctly but some don't, the problem is with the touchpad.





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The dishwasher has a main control board which regulates nearly every function in the dishwasher. If the control panel buttons don't work, and other causes have been ruled out, the main control board might need to be replaced.

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Panel problem


Hello

Unplug the microwave from the wall outlet prior to disassembling.


Open the microwave door. Remove the screws securing the grill above the door opening to the microwave. Remove the grill.


Remove the screw located at the top of the control panel, which is now visible with the grill removed.


Lift the control panel up to release the tabs securing it in place. Move it away from the microwave.


Look at the rear of the control panel to any disconnected wires that may have caused the control panel to stop functioning. If wires are disconnected, reconnect them, reassemble the microwave and determine if the problem is still occurring. If the problem still occurs, replace the control panel.


Transfer the wires from the old control panel to the new control panel.


Move the panel back against the microwave's control panel housing. Slide it down to lock it into position.


Install the screw at the top of the control panel.

Replace the grill on the top of the microwave. Secure it using the screws that were removed.


Restore power to the microwave.

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2. Remove burner switch control knobs.
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4. Remove screws located on the right and left sides of
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5. Grasp control panel on the far left and right sides and
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3. Label and disconnect terminal wiring from electronic
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