Membrane Switch
MEMBRANE SWITCH
NOTE: Pin 22 is the static shield & will not
provide a reading to the other pins. There are
two commons in this circuit, pins 9 & 10.
Disconnect brewer from power source before
disconnecting ribbon cable from control
board.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the ribbon cable from the 22-pin connector on the control board.
2. Gently peel the membrane switch from the front
face plate assembly.
4 Remove any adhesive that remains on the front
face plate.
5. Remove the adhesive backing from the new membrane switch. Insert the ribbon cable through the slot
in the front face plate and apply the membrane switch
to the front face plate.
6. Connect the ribbon cable to the 22-pin connector on
the control board making sure every pin on the control
board is inserted into the ribbon cable connector.
FIG. 12-1 MEMBRANE SWITCH
Location:
The Membrane Switch is located on the front face
plate.
Test Procedures:
There are two methods for testing the membrane
switch. The easiest method is to use the built in test
mode. Refer to the Programing Section for Service
Tools/Test Switches. If for some reason you can't get
into the program modes, or brewer won't power up,
you can test it with an ohmmeter or continuity tester.
Refer to the schematic to trace the appropriate pins.
Helpful
Hint
Wrap a thin paper clip around each meter
lead and extend past the tip by ¼" - ½". You
may need to sand off the clear coating on
some clips!
FIG. 12-2 MEMBRANE SWITCH CONTINUITY
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