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Re: condensation error

JB38 Posted Aug 18, 2010, in response to:Mike

It should be pointed out that the info on how to rectify this problem is really in two stages with the first being the dew sensor cleaning procedure, however should this procedure fail then the only option left is the second and more complex task of disabling the dew sensor circuit, although anyone thinking on carrying out this procedure is strongly advised to observe the under mentioned. Please note that anyone requesting any part of the info mentioned must "NOT" choose to hide their e-mail address as the info is complex with attachments and has to go to a "DIRECT" e-mail address, which is impossible if it is hidden. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - AN IMPORTANT POINT CONCERNING THE MODIFICATION - The instructions given are really aimed at technically minded people of a "practical" hands-on type who are acquaint at working on small electro-mechanical devices of a precision nature or who have a flair for this sort of thing, and so in the interests of not making the situation any worse I would strongly advise anyone who does not really consider themselves as coming into that category NOT to attempt this work, as it involves separating the case and the unscrewing the main circuit board to gain access to the board below it, this requiring the disconnection of ribbon cables etc, it is also necessary to carry out the precision soldering of two "very" narrowly spaced PCB pins so the possession of a fine tipped soldering iron is also absolutely essential plus of course the skill to use same. Taking the above into consideration the qualification mentioned is really a MUST!! It should be emphasised that there are "NO" shortcuts into permanently getting over this problem other than what's been aforementioned, as if the "no dismantling" dew sensor cleaning procedure doesn't help but the "partial dismantling" memory reset "does", even this can only really be adopted as a stop gap measure as the CPU could lock up again at some point in time and indeed in the majority of cases does exactly that!


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