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eightball

Member Since 21 Aug 2007
Offline Last Active Aug 25 2014 11:15 PM

#253126 Fisher Paykel DD603i - control badge bad?

Posted by eightball on 26 April 2013 - 09:51 AM

Okay, so here's the deal have two integrated dishdrawers.

 

Top drawer the little control badge on the door (chrome piece with power/start/pause buttons) doesn't seem to be functioning.

 

With the door open the green led will flash but I can't seem to get feedback from pushing the buttons - i.e. nothing happens.

 

Took off both fronts and plugged the bottom drawer into the top - works fine.  Plugged the faulty top drawer into bottom - nothing.

 

So - it's the control badge, right?  Do these things go bad?

 

(Looking for a little confirmation on my troubleshooting)

 

I'm assuming what I need is a new control badge and everything will be fine, yes?

 

Okay, assuming that's the case - any tricks on getting the old badge out?  I'm a little concerned about damaging the wood panel that it's set in.  Drill it out?  Pretty sure if I just start banging on the thing that's not the right answer.

 

Need a pro tip!

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks, as always, 

 

Anthony





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