Profilux P4 touch arrows issue

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Hi,

Please help ! @[email protected] @Ditto I have purchased new sensors for my P4 and I wanted to calibrate them. When i went to check my P4, it was the first time to use the touch area on the p4 since a year or so. at the beginning it was not working properly, when i press the arrow, it continue to pressing itself in a cycle then stop. So I went and re-calibrated it. After the calibration the touch went crazy and never stopped pressing itself and cycling thru the p4 menu. I tried recalibrating it many many times, but it wasnt making any difference. The buttons keep being pressed by themself. I read that it may be due to electrical interference, so i switched off all my electronics around it and pulled out all plugs, but it still kept blinking and cycling. I had the p4 for 3 years, and never had this issue before or any interference. Today morning i was shocked that the temp sensor also stopped working suddenly, it was working perfectly yesterday. I don't know what suddenly happened to my p4 the second I touched the touch on the p4. No other changes where made on the tank that would affect the p4.


what should i do ?
 
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Try taking it to another room and recalibrate the touch keys there. This test will rule out the possibility of EMI and issues with the power outlet.

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