Yes that ribbon cable can be thought of as many cables laid side by side and glued together. Lets pretend there are 20 cables making up the ribbon cable. Power button might be sent though its own wire #20 while the keyboard letters could take up #1-15 if just #1-15 are kinked or broken the power button would work but not the keyboard keys. this issue is caused by damage to the ribbon cable or keyboard itself, you will have to replace the keyboard here is a good resource if you plan on replacing yourself https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgVGHIPw...-0
Not great on washing machines but this does not sound like the control board to me. I would do a little more research. There is a chance I am wrong but with other features working and the spin being part of the same cycle it would seem there is something stopping the spin….. just guessing could be a power issue or a loose connection from the control board
It would help to post a video of the truck starting. (1) Is the gas old? (2) has the truck been flooded? without more information (even the model year) this sounds like the carburetor I would need more information about the truck and the issue.
I am not super well versed in appliance repair so i’m sorry but I can help with some basic diagnostics. (1) Have you checked the freezer light bulb to see if it is replaceable? This could be end of life for that bulb (2) Can you tell if the two blinking lights are connected? try to find the door close switch for the freezer, hold it in with the freezer open and see if the light still blinks. does it stop blinking, blink in both spots, blink only in one spot? (3) Do both lights drawer and freezer blink in sync? (4) have you tried unplugging the entire unit waiting 10 minutes and plugging it back in? this is most likely not the issue but would be a good troubleshooting step. The clicking comes from a relay turning on and off the light so that is not a separate issue. My guess is this relay went bad or there is a short in the system somewhere.
I would also try a vacuum method. I recommend using the highest power vacuum you have and a balloon. Cut a small slit in the top of the balloon, insert the vacuum hose (with smallest attachment) into the slit for a tight fit. turn on the vacuum and place the end that you would normally blow into around the sim card opening. hope this helps
Not a guaranteed fix but here are two solutions worth trying. 1. Tilt the device so the SIM card port is facing at the floor. In short bursts blow compressed air into the SIM port hopefully this will dislodge the card and it will fall out. NOTE: Use compressed air only when can is in upright position. To minipulate the airstream bend the straw attachment (in this case upwards). 2. Use needle tweezers to try and grip the SIM card from the side (thin edges) and work it’s way out. Pro tip: You can also use a combination of these two methods.
Restarting your computer should automatically take you out of safe mode if there are no other errors found. If it returns to safe mode you might have a deeper issue. In this case you can hold down the power button until the screen goes black to shut down your computer and then tap it to turn it back on.
When it fell over it knocked a bunch of debris loose you will either have to run the fan on high until some of the dust is blown out (maybe do this outside) but a better way would be to buy a can of air (canned air Compressed Air ) and blow out any debris that lossened in the fall, again you should do this outside. Repeat the process of blowing the fan openeings out with the can in the upright position only, and turning the fan on high.