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Remove battery first. Take it apart, making note of how you do so as to be able to put it back together. Under the face plate is a rubber poly- shield remove and clean all surfaces including the face plate as oil from skin and makeup will rub off and make buttons stick. Use rubbing alcohol and Q-tips till all is clean and dry. Reassemble. See if that doesn't help. Later firstname.lastname@example.org
Remove all originals from the document feeder tray.
It might be easier to work with the automatic document feeder if the document feeder tray is removed first.
Lift the cover of the automatic document feeder.
Figure 1: Lifting the ADF cover
Lift the lid on the HP all-in-one, and locate the notch near the top right
edge of the lid backing.
Figure 2: Locating the notch near the lid backing1 - Notch2 - Lid backing
one or two fingers in the notch, as you lower the lid of the HP
all-in-one. Keep your fingers in the notch until the lid is
Figure 3: Inserting fingers into the notch
Push against the top of the face plate with your thumb as you pull the
bottom away from the right side of the HP all-in-one with your fingers.
Use a slight twisting motion to help release the face plate on the right side.
not pull the face plate all the way off yet. There is a
plastic catch on the far left inside of the face plate that helps secure
face plate in place. If the face plate is pulled straight off, the
plastic catch on the inside of the face plate might be damaged.
Figure 4: Releasing the face plate from the right side of the HP all-in-one1 - Releasing the right side with a slight twisting motion
Slide the face plate to the left until the plastic catch on the
left side is not touching any part of the HP all-in-one, then pull the face plate
away from the device.
Figure 5: Removing the face plate from the HP all-in-one1 - Sliding the face plate to the left2 - Pulling the face plate away from the HP all-in-one
Cleaning the rollers or separator pad
Follow the steps below to clean the rollers or separator pad.
Once the face plate of the ADF is removed, use the blue-green handle to lift the pick assembly.
Figure 6: Blue/green handle and the pick assembly1 - Blue-green handle2 - Pick assembly
This allows access to the rollers and the separator pad.
Figure 7: The rollers and the separator pad1 - Rollers2 - Separator pad
Lightly dampen a clean, lint-free cloth with distilled water, then squeeze any
excess liquid from the cloth.
Use the damp cloth to wipe any residue off of the rollers or the separator pad.
If the residue does not come off using distilled water, try using isopropyl
Use the blue-green handle to lower the pick assembly.
Reattaching the face plate of the ADF
Follow the steps below to reattach the face plate to the front of the automatic document feeder.
Hook the face plate onto the left side of the HP all-in-one
so that the plastic catch on the far left inside of the face plate catches on
the notch on the front of the automatic document feeder.
Figure 8: Hooking the face plate into the left side of the HP all-in-one1 - Notch2 - Plastic catch
Line up the right edge of the face plate with the right side of the HP all-in-one,
and then press on the right side of the face plate until it snaps securely into place.
Figure 9: Snapping the face plate into the right side of the HP all-in-one
Place your hands towards the center of the face plate, and press until the center of the face plate snaps into place.
You should hear two clicks; one when the left side snaps into place, and one when the right
side snaps into place.
Figure 10: Finishing re-attaching the face plate
Close the cover of the automatic document feeder.
If you removed the document feeder tray, reattach it.
There are two 3mm white LEDs inside the face-plate that need to be replaced. Remove the face-plate and turn it over. Remove the 4 screws in the corners. Un-snap the plastic back off the face-plate. This exposes the back of the printed circuit board. Pull the volume knob off the front of the face-plate. You may need to use a small screw driver to gently pry it up. Flip the face-plate back over and remove the one screw that's holding the printed circuit board in. Separate the printed circuit from the front of the face-plate. Be careful to not lose the spring for the push pin. Flip the printed circuit board over and you'll see a raised metal box surrounding the display. The one end of this metal box is covered in black tape. Remove this tape to revel a small cavity in the side of the metal box with two 3mm white LED in it. These are the 2 LEDs that need to be replaced. This cavity is so small there's not much working room. Note that the positive terminal for each of these LED is on the left and the negative terminal is on the right. Rather than un-soldering the old LEDs I found it easier to use a small pair of diagonal cutters to just cut their leads and then pull them out of the cavity. Leave enough of the old leads sticking up to solder the new LEDs to. Trim the leads of the new LEDs to the proper length, slide them into the cavity one at a time and solder their leads to the stubs of the old leads. Make sure you get the polarity correct. Put everything back together and you should be good to go. I hope this helps you out.
u will need a tiny screw driver (flat head) its the small one u use for eye glasses.. at each corner you have to gently pry off the whole front face, once you have the corners lifted you can lift the rest of the face off than pop out the lens, pop in the new one and snap it all together again!
There is a fine strip that runs from the face to the circuit board. It is possible that face has gotten dirty just needs a can of compressed air or the circuit board has failed inside the face.
The face plate is very easy to take apart and put back together, just make sure you don't lose any pieces ;)
This is actually a common problem with more than just that radio. Sometimes the pins on the back of the face plate need to be cleaned. Take the face plate off, take a Q-tip and dip it lightly in some rubbing alcohol. Then use that to clean the metal pins on the back of the face plate. Make sure it is completely dry before you place the face plate back on. If this does not work, your better off replacing the whole thing.
THE FACE PLATE OF THE DISPENSER ASSEMBLY SHOULD HAVE A SLOT ON THE BOTTOM CORNERS. INSERT A LARGE BLADED SCREW DRIVER IN THE SLOTS AND TWIST. IT WILL SNAP AND YOU WILL THINK YOU HAVE BROKEN IT BUT IT DIDN'T. ONCE THE BOTTOM IS RELEASED, PICK UP ON THE FACE PLATE TO DISENGAGE IT FROM THE TOP OF THE ASSEMBLY. IF YOUR DOOR FELL OFF, THE CHANCES ARE THAT A PLASTIC LOOP BROKE OFF THAT THE HINGE PIN SLIDES INTO. A FIX KIT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED TO REPAIR THIS PROBLEM. BEST TO BE INSTALLED BY A FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICER. IT CAN BE DIFFICULT.
I HAVE INSTALLED TWO OF THEM MYSELF.
You just remove the face plate again and check it now your PSP is working OK if so there is some misalignment while placing the face plate on PSP and suppose your fault still remains same without face plate also then there is a possibility of Analogue button is being damaged which should be changed.