When I turn my TV (Nu-tec NTV2131 51 cm) on, it comes up with a blue screen with a red lock displayed in the top left hand corner of the screen. I have tried pressing all the buttons an the remote but cannot get rid of the blue screen. As I turn the television off, the TV flashes onto a normal channel for a moment, then turns off. We have not set a parental lock code on the TV and cannot get the TV to prompt us for a code so we could try 0000 as a default.
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The symbol at the top left hand side of your display could be child lock symbol or vent symbol. If it is the child lock you should be able to press and hold the stop/cancel button down for 3 seconds to release the child lock.
If the light is on for the vent I would seek assistance from a professional for proper diagnosis and repair to be completed on your microwave. I hope this is helpful. -Matt
Error 51 doesn't exist on SCC and SCC_WE models. If you are referring to a Combi-master or Combi-master Plus (CM or CMP) then error 51 means the battery on the control board is below 1.5 volts and should be replaced. Go to your local electronics or grocery store and buy a CR2032 battery, it looks like a quarter. Open up the front control panel and replace the battery.
When you turn on the hobs main power, press the the rear left hand element pad at the same time and the lock will come off.
press the centre minus button and the bottom right plus button at the same time it will work if not keep trying
You have to hold down the centre sensor button with the minus on and the sensor which turns on the bottom right ring immediatley after turning the hob on. It should unlock, then press the minus again the hob switchs off when you now switch on there will be no lock
Changing bulb in DeLonghi ED 8525S-SBD
This is merely an account of how I fixed mine - do this at your own risk. The oven is full of high-voltage items which include large capacitors which are not discharged when you unplug it from the mains. You can still get a life-threatening shock from the charge which is stored in these components.
Therefore do not touch ANYTHING electrical except the bulb connectors.
1. Unplug the oven and place on a suitable surface
2. Remove the cover. This is held by five screws at the back of the of the machine. Three are along the top and are philips type and the other two are on the bottom left and bottom right corners and are star-grip. The cover must slide backwards first before coming off.
3. Find the bulb holder. It is located on the right of the oven as you look at it from the front. Turn the oven so that its right side faces you. The bulb holder is an oval black part with two electrical connections coming off it. It is about 6-7 cm long and 3 cm wide. It is mid way in the oven (from top to bottom) and a little towards the front. It is held to the oven frame with two bent metal prongs
4. Remove the electrical connectors by sliding them backwards.
5. Bend back the prongs and lift out the bulb holder.
6. The bulb in a 20W 240V oven lamp with a standard oven lamp screw-on fitting.
7. Replace the bulb.
8. Put the bulb holder back in place, bend the prongs back to secure it, re-connect the electricals.
9. Replace the cover and screws.
It may be in child lock mode. Your owner's manual will cover that.
On the Sanyo EM-S5595, for example, you turn the child lock off and on by pressing and holding the STOP/CLEAR pad for 3 seconds. Yours may be the same.
You may also have a bad keypad, which in many cases can be replaced.
A bad keypad may be worn out due to age, may be damaged, or it may have gotten wet or otherwise contaminated.
Moisture and contamination can be caused by not using the fan when boiling on the stove top, direct spraying of cleaners, by storing the microwave in an unheated garage or shed, or by infestation.
I warn my customers to never spray cleaner directly onto the microwave keypad, since the liquid can get inside and "lock up" or even ruin the keypad or controller.
Instead apply an alcohol-based cleaner (such as the purple kind) to a cloth (since paper towels can scratch) and gently wipe it off.
I suggest to my customers that they NEVER use any ammonia-based cleaner (like the blue stuff) on a microwave, since the ammonia will crack and distort polycarbonate plastics.
If it looks like you need service, this is a good place to start: http://www.sanyoservice.com/