Question about Televison & Video
Not knowing which model it is, I can only say that if the control panel button is the type that pushes on a control and that it is attached via a moving bit of plastic, then it is possible to solder (melt) the plastic back on. So that the button can once more be pressed. Great care should be taken, as plastic fumes will smart the eyes and you should not breath the fumes in. Use safety glasses and a small soldering iron to melt the plastic.
Posted on Dec 05, 2016
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