My daughters phone switches itself on by itself, I thought it might be the switch so i temporary wedged the switch open whilst the front cover was removed but it still came on.
I suspect there is a problem with the board but wondered if any one has had the same fault and is it a costly worthwhile repair.
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the 3 blinks is indicating the lamp door cover is not attached properly or the cover is not engageing the switch properly on the lamp compartment. It could also be a bad switch. Bypassing the switch temporarially should allow the set to work untill a new switch arrives if it turns out it was the switch and not the door itself.
When the cover is open, there should be a protrusion on the upper left corner (plunger) that will activate the switch in the bottom half of the printer when it is closed. The plunger is probaby bent or partially broken since you have to press hard on the cover to activate the switch. If the plunger appears not to be damaged, then the switch itself maybe the issue. Take a toothpick or straightened gem clip to activate the switch. The light should turn green when you activate the switch. If you want to manually activate the switch, trim a toothpick or gem click to wedge the switch or you can try to repair the plunger by removing the broken remnant and drilling a hole (with a small craft drill) and use a toothpick (preferably plastic) to glue into place (you may have to use two).
Small projection under lid has bent or broken. Wedge something in the hole to operate micro-switch. If not effective the maybe micro-switch has moved or is faulty. Short out the wires to micro-switch in that case.
I also got too much liquid into control switch area & had sparks. Mine needed a new electronic ignition system. I purchased my range in Jan 06 and they are covering it under warranty now, Nov 08. To open the top, unscrew 2 small screws inside the front top oven. Then unscrew all 5 burners (10 screws). Then you should be able to open the lid about 12". Repairman propped mine open with a screwdriver while he worked under there.
The switch is a micro switch that is depressed(and not sad :)) by a plastic tag moulded on the battery cover. Once the cover is moved into position and closed, the tag presses on the micro switch closing the switch and thus removing the error message. As with any switch, a switch is simply open or closed, Open = high resistance or O/L, while closed = 0 ohms reistance. You can use a small wire to overcome the switch by soldering the wire to both tags of the switch so it is permenantly 0 ohms. This will send a message to the microprocessor that cover is closed and camera ready for use. Hope this helps.
On the model 30200 there is a safety interlock switch actuated by a plastic tab (about 4" down from the top of the front filter cover) on the right side. Assuming that all you did was take off the front cover and clean or replace the filter(s) and the unit was working previously, this should be your answer. If in taking off the cover the switch actuation tab was broken off, you could (carefully) wedge a tab into the slot where the switch resides. This defeats the safety aspect of certifying that the unit isn't running when you remove the cover. The safe work-around is to unplug the unit before you open it for service.
You need to examine your battery cover as one of the c hooks in your cover may be bent or broken. Basically, the hooks on the cover actually press a micro-switch that detects if the battery cover is on.
If your battery cover looks fine, then you may have a software problem. Try getting a firmware upgrade or simply doing a hard reset to see if the problem is still present
Water + Phone = BAD !
Your phone is most likely damaged beyond repair if its been out for a swim.
It sounds like its got some corrosion inside, when its turning off by itself.
Most water-hazards is to costly to repair in comparison to getting a new phone, so your phone might work for now, but it wont get any better with time.
The switch on the back-cover can be repaired with som super-glue and a little handy-work.
Allthough if its the switch on the phone itself you've got a problem, since its soldered in.
Then you need to take the phone in for repairs by a pro.