There are so many variables to consider when you try to diagnose a problem. You just have to eliminate the possibilities one at a time. Welcome to the wonderful world of electronics!ok, the keypad seems to be working now after a second cleaning, and I'm able to scan for channels! Perhaps it really is fixed! This has been a wild ride for me.
I think that would actually make it work for a while until it warmed up again. I’m guessing as it warms, something expands, breaking a connection.I know this may sound dumb but someone told me that if your electric item is not working well put it in the refrigerator for a few hours at see what happens, it can't hurt to try, it won't freeze. I did it with my wife's cell phone and it worked, however this was several years ago.
Yes, specifically, right now, the entire keypad will randomly start and stop working. It seems to be somewhat related to temperature. I would consider a bad solder connection very likely.rsparkyc, can you please recap the specific thing that was wrong. If I am reading this correctly, it sounds like a bad solder connection.
.rsparkyc, can you please recap the specific thing that was wrong. If I am reading this correctly, it sounds like a bad solder connection.
That's very kind of you. I actually bought a BC125AT off of Amazon yesterday which just came today, because I was getting pretty close to defeat with the Pro-95 (and have a friend that might like challenges even more than me that I may ship the Pro-95 to), but I haven't completely given up on the Pro-95..
It started with a completely dead radio, the 4 pages have troubleshot it down to a presumed bad solder connection. It also may be an intermittent component or a crack in the micro foil pcb traces.. This is where the OP is right now. I will also admit OP sounds like one that LOVES a challenge! Good luck, OP!