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 Posted: Fri Jun 16th, 2006 01:23 am
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Ryson,

Bite the bullet and pay for the labor. The control panel (which includes the switch pad and LEDs) has gone bad and more than likely the control board caused the failure. Could have been power surge, maybe just a bad board. When you call for service tell the folks who answer you want the tech to bring both parts. Tell them a "friend" in the business told you one caused the failure of the other. This shouldn't be a problem and will save you the headaches of staying home a second or third day waiting for parts when it can be fixed in one trip. Simple job but expensive if going the do it yourself route. Good Luck!



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What you have described does not sound like a possile hazard. but without laying my eyes on the unit, I can't tell you with full confidence it is 100% safe. If in doubt go ahead and get the man out to look things oer.



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If it did what you are saying, sounds like a shorted keypad. Make sure you tell the guy about the LEDs flickering and that the CPU is erratic. If he changes the control panel and board you should be Good To Go!



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Should be o.k. to sit. If you're more comfortable with it off at the breaker, by all means do it. No sense in losing slee over it.



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