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Unit turns on but will not reset

Checked all microswitches ok. i am an electronics engineer with all equipment. can you send me circuit diagram and suggest what to check? thank you, shlomo

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Not sure what you mean by "turns on but will not reset".

If you mean that it's not dead but won't respond to key presses, then it may have a defective or contaminated keypad.

But we'd need more info to be sure.

We actually have the full service manual available on our site, but if you'd like to give us more detail on what problem you're having, we'd be happy to help.

We also have critical safety and disassembly information at our site, linked here on Fixya: http://tinyurl.com/yzjozk

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PLESE CHECK THE CONTROL PANNEL, CHECKED TOUCH PAD ALSO CLEAN THE CIRUCIT,

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