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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Move unit forward out from enclosure about 20cm....the light is covered by a small panel on top of the casing.(uses torx T20 screws) Remove lid and replace bulb!
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
SOURCE: Siemens HF87950GB /03
If the display is dim and another problem is denoted on the dim display, the problem may be the power supply which may be in common with both items. The power may have surged to a high level before going out which could have damaged the power supply. The only way to know is to probe the power supply with a voltmeter. If the board doesn't show the power levels, usually +5V or +/- 12 V DC, read the values on the electrolytic capacitors on the board. Usually 16 V caps are used on 12 or 5 volt supplies, 32 V caps on 24 V supplies, etc. Be very careful or leave this to a profesional
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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