Question about Amana AP077R Portable Air Conditioner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can fix the problem of the failure of the contact within your remote. First of all you need to understand that there is CARBON contact underneath the pad that you press. Carefully remove the remote control, use a sharp knife to carefully open without damaging. Take the pad and the remote control PCB out of the cover. carefully using a good cloth clean the PCB and the carbon dots under the pad. if you happen to see any maiture/ sweat tugged inside, use a hair dryer to slowly heat up to remove and dry. Now identify the defective pad. You can get to buy the carbon dots but if have any old calculators/ remote that is lying arround, carefull cut off the carbon dot and using a good glue stick it to the problem pad. If your PCB tracks are intact and if the Remotecontroller IC is alright then you have rectifed the fault. Hope my advice helps.Good day
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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