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The error code E68 is a stuck button error code. I recommend checking each button to make sure it loose in the plastic console. The button should rock side to side a little bit. If all the buttons are loose you can try to reset the unit control by unplugging the dryer for two minutes. If the error code comes back you will need to replace the unit control.
The in dash switch is a simple plug in. Replace it with a new one. What happens with the switch is, people want to push on the buttons too hard when a simple touch will activate it. It's probably been damaged. When you get the switch replaced, check all your vacuum lines for loose connections and damage. Especially check the one that is under the battery tray. You will have to remove the battery and tray to get to it. This one is bad aboutcoming loose.
If they are sticking due to perhaps something being spilled, spray a little WD-40 in them(key off) and work back and forth until they work loose. This really should take care of it. Let me know if you need anything else.
Check for two loose screws holding the backplane that holds the infuser unit. With the machine OFF, open the door and press the two red buttons to pop out the infuser. You will then see two 3 mm hex head screws attaching the backplane. Check that they haven\'t come loose; if so, you\'ll need a hex socket to tighten them. Then re-insert your thoroughly cleaned infuser and see if that has stopped your water leak.
I am just taking a guess because I dont know what model this is. Your antenna wire could be loose in the back of unit, possibly when hitting buttons it knocked into place and now it has slipped out and needs to be proper put back in.
maybe a loose connection inside.. does everything work correctly but the outside play,rr,ff buttons ? it is a loose connection.. be careful. make ure all batteries are off.. internal one if it has one.. then turn unit to play ..wait app. 2 min.. then u turn it off and open it up.. look for a loose or connection that is not connected
SOftware is corrupted. Do a full reset but you will loose everything. Pull mem card out and sim and switch off. Since its symbian, press and hold * and 3 and green buttons andf power on....wait.... bingo
This is usually caused by the cable that connects the LCD to the system board coming loose.
On this model, you can pop off the shiny black cover with three silver buttons on it above the keyboard. You will see a plug under there with about 25 multi-colored wires coming out of the connector. Carefully pull the connector off and then plug it back in.
If this doesn't fix it, try gently wiggling the plug with the laptop on and see if the picture changes quality at all. If it does, then the port on the system board may have gone bad.
please check if no audio is there.
1 speaker & its wire for loose.
2 check supply to audio section
3 & also check for loose contact in audio section.
4 signal coming to ic from sif section.
5 audio ic.