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Originally, the fron panel buttons did make contact with the pcb behind it. I ordered a new front panel. I removed the original control board from the old front panel. Before installing the control board in the new front panel, I connected it to the control box to ensure it still worked. Now the machine does not power up and the speaker emits a pattern of beeps. What does the pattern mean and how do I get a service manual for this machine? Thanks. --smiley.

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