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I checked this forum this morning because I was having the same trouble. I tried pushing buttons, pushing and holding buttons, pushing buttons together, shaking it, shaking it while holding buttons... nothing worked. Out of frustration more than anything I whacked it on the palm of my hand... and presto! It works. I guess you just need to use the Fonzie method.

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knob or key should be in vertical
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