Question about HP Televison & Video
I have an HP BB+ dongle that I *finally* found a driver (Pinnacle) for to get it installed on my HP running XP media center.
My elation at actually finding a driver was interrupted when I tried to push the left button, it acts as though left is still being pressed, even though it was a single press/release. When up/down is pressed twice with less than 2 sec. between presses, it scrolls out of control up/down, respectively. Other similar issues exist, I'm sure.
I have a Picasso MCE remote, but I also tried a programmable Apex remote, with the same results (I'll call it ''sticky buttons''). I don't know enough about irbus and such to just go in and fiddle without help, so if anyone has any ideas on what's happening or a workable solution, please share.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sticky keypad on cordless sets
Hi Mathew, After a few years, they all collect moisture under the pads. This goes for almost every cordless phone I have opened, regardless of the model. Normally, I can tell how much gunk is under the pad before I open the phone. If they are filthy on the outside, they are normally filthy on the inside, and the dirt and moisture migrate under and over the dialing pad, and all over the circuit board, it gets real nasty. Not saying your phones are filthy, but that is what I observed after opening thousands of them. Once it gets moist under the pad they grind the conductive rubber to a pulp, the harder you push the more it destroys the pad. Unfortunately, in your particular case, that model is nearly impossible to open without damaging it. It has no screws, but there are many plastic tabs holding it together, and if you pry in the wrong spot, in the wrong manner, and break one tab, the phone is ruined and you will have audio problems (plus just cleaning the buttons will only fix it for a very short period) if by some miracle you get it open and closed without breaking the tabs. The plastic is not just for looks, its condition can effect the operation of the phones audio. I wish I had a do it yourself answer for you, but in this particular case the only solution I can recommend is finding a experienced Siemens cordless repair facility. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Samsung TV remote control
I HAVE THE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM.
Confirmed with Samsung tech support. Problem is with remote. to fix, simple take the batteries out of the remote. Press and hold the UP Volume button for 2 Mintues (no cheating, it has to be at least 2 minutes), this Reset's the Remote Control. Put the batteries back in. Bob's your uncle. all fixed.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
I was taking pictures, then when I pressed the shutter release button, it took a long time. Then the error message came up. I tried pressing the shutter release button again, nothing happens. Still the error message. Please help me
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
your turning section is not responding to any input, hence needs to be checked by a technician. every thing you have mentioned are controlled by one ic, with its respective voltages.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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