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Nautilus T9.14 Buttons don't function regularly

All of a sulden the buttons to set a program don't work. For example, sometimes I can select interval and add my weight and work speed, but then the buttons don't work any more. After disconnecting I can only select the interval training and then nothing works... And even sometimes nothing works after reconnecting. If I do nothing and wait I hear an accessional beep, and sometimes it beeps twice after entering something instead of once. After it beeps twice nothing works any more... I can't reset to default, because not all the buttons react. The strange thing is sometimes It allows a few settings and sometimes none. I am from the netherlands, can't find a local service center. I do own a manual, but can't find an answer

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