I was working at the lab very late into the night/early into the morning. I decided to take a catnap so I set my alarm for 1 hour of sleep. I placed the phone (face down, I think) and put it on the desk. When I woke up, the first thing I could remember is that a cup of cleaning alcohol next to the phone had been knocked over. My phone did not turn off and there are no functional problems, but it is now 24 hours later, and there is still liquid in (or behind) the main LCD screen (other than the liquid crystal - to avoid any smart aleck comments). I can see dark splotches, and if I push on the screen, it moves around. Being alcohol, it normally evaporates very quickly - I thought it would be gone by now. Any ideas how to get this stuff out of my screen?
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Re: Liquid in Main LCD Screen
Not a lot you can do for this problem, you could try taking all the removal bits off the phone, and drying them with a hair dryer on low heat. The chances are something will be fused in the phone. AC/DC power and water don't go together. Sorry I just noticed the date. A bit late, but you can change the LCD. It's easy to do and cheap to buy.
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Download the user manual to your TV. Clik here to download it. See whether audio options to it are set right. If all are right, check its speaker. If speaker is OK, the audio output circuit section should be troubleshooted. If you feel any difficulty in downloading the manual, send your email address to me. I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail.
Yes you can. if you know where the defrost timer is and how to turn it all you have to do is get up in the middle of the night say 3 or 4 in the morning and set the defrost timer, it will defrost that time everyday. Hope this helps. Wally
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I have a Bose Wave radio with dual alarms, and for mine, there's a button that has a music note and a bullhorn looking thing on it that says alarm mode, and you push that to set the alarm. If yours is anything like that, make sure that the display has it set.
I had the same problem, then I downloaded the user manual from the Directed Electronics site. It seems with most of the remotes (1400xp included) all you have to do is press the AUX button and then the Lock/Unlock button. This puts it into Silent Mode and no more chirping late at night or early in the morning, but you still have the ability to have it chirp when you need to by only pressing the Lock/Unlock button. Hope that helps.