The button acts normal and clicks but nothing happens. Been advised to clean control panel circuit or replace the tact switch? How do I clean the control panel circuit? and what is a tact switch? Also the Adjust lock will not come off.....
even if don't touch the monitor controls the menu switches on and off as it wishes just like that
Problem is made by switches which are bad quality, you have to take your monitor to the nearest samsung service center or if you want you can change this switches by yourself. You can find them in conrad stores named phap3363 and art.nr: 700310 - 62. Best regards
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It can be a number of things. The buttons need cleaning, a bad solder joint or broken wire, a faulty IC on the control circuit board, the circuit board with the buttons could be loose and not making correct contact, etc.
Only way to know is take it apart. You will need a good flashlight and a long straight screwdriver to get to some of the clips. It is NOT an easy task. Look for tutorials on youtube, etc.
7-1 heating circuit problem control programmed to shut down machine when no rise in water temp during heat cycle, you either have an open heating element or wire burnt a shorted thermistor or a bad control not outputing 120VAC to the heater you can reset the control by placing the machine into diagnostic hit cancel button to turn off all the lights press heated dry-normal, heated dry- normal within 6 seconds lights should come on press cancel unit should start it will run till same part of cycle reached and lock out again if it has not been removed the little black panel below the door remove should have the tech sheet in a plastic pouch which explains how to check the components mentioned earlier,
When you turn it on, are you using the remote control or the power button on the side of the unit?
When pressing any buttons on the unit, be it the power from the channel selectors, you should hear a 'click' from the actual button on the printed circuit board inside the unit.
If you are not hearing this 'click' the plastic mounts holding the printed circuit board in place may have become dislodged from its position. You can rectify this but it will involve removing the back of the unit to access where you need to get too.
If you are hearing this 'click' and still nothing is happening, it's possible the buttons have become faulty and you may need to either replace the buttons or the entire printed circuit board that holds the buttons.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
CLick start/run then type in dxdiag. Go to the display tab and click test dirext3d. There should be an 3d cube that comes up and spins around. After the cube leave cancel everything else and close dxdiag, Your problem should be solved for a pretty long time. If it happens again just follow the steps again.
Make sure there's power getting to the dishwasher. Check for a
tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for
power. Sometimes the power cord disconnects at the dishwasher
(inside the junction box, behind the bottom kick panel), if this is
the case, the wiring must be repaired or replaced.
I would also advise to check the door switch as well. make sure the wires are connected to the switch and it is working. replace if found to be faulty.
Check the control as well. if the control is malfunctioning as you stated, this will be the logical solution here. replace the control board.
It is problem with power settings. Start/Control Panel/Power Options -- and then pick a Power Scheme from the drop down list and make whatever modifications you want to the settings that power down your monitor
Well, I noticed this after I installed win xp sp3. My monitor won't turn offwhen I click the button. I have to set my power setting to a certain timeframe then require a relogin but the monitor just won't turn off otherwise.