Simple questions, but I can't find a full spec.
for aPhilips SA52:
*Roughly how long might the battery last?
*Can I fit a replacement myself (not a tecchie myself)
*Roughly how much might a replacement cost?
Also.. can I carry Word files on this machine?
Thanks very much indeed for youtr help.
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Re: battery life? replace? how much?
The battery for this player lasts 1Day(mp3) and 5-7hrs(video.) You cannot fit a replacement yourself as you will have to take the player apart. Proffessional help is advisable. A replacement battery will cost around 15$.
And you can carry but cannot view documents on this player. Here are the complete specs for your player
: United States
Digital storage media type
Digital Player / Recorder
Digital player supported digital audio standards
Digital player response bandwidth
20 - 18000 Hz
Digital player sample rate
48 KHz=8 KHz=11 KHz=32 KHz=44.1 KHz=16 KHz=22 KHz
Digital player signal-to-noise ratio
Digital Player total harmonic distortion
Digital player ID3 tags support
Digital player additional features
Variable bit-rate compatible,
Battery Enclosure Type
1 x Lithium polymer Rechargeable Internal
Battery Life Details
Video playback 6 hour(s),
MP3 playback 30 hour(s)
1 x Headphones Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm,
1 x USB
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battery life actually depends on how much you use the phone. you'll find it on the manual that you have, (product specs). age of the phone shortens the battery life aswell. its also normal for the phone to heat up when we're charging it (but make sure its only warm and not super hot). none original chargers (imitations, local) can make the phone too hot too. so first things to check would be these, but if you're using all original parts for your phone, and if the phone is not even a year old, and you think its too hot when being charged and you're seldomly using it for calls or internet in a day, then bring it to a samsung shop so that they can replace it for you ;)
System batteries for portable computers are in general considered a consumable item. Because of that the battery warranty is normally limited to 1 year from the time of purchase.
The average life cycle of a battery is roughly 300 to 500 discharge recharge cycles, or about 18 months. The varies from system to system and battery types. Lithium Ion (LI) Batteries last longer than a Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) ones. The pattern of use also effects the lifespan of the battery.
As they age, the battery run time gets shorter and shorter as a normal progression of the battery life. So a 4 year old battery may run just fine, for 15 or 20 minutes. Failing batteries may also display LED indications on the system (On a Dell it will flash orange 4 times then green once)
Once a battery starts to degrade, it is time to buy a replacement. Some sources are:
No, the sensor's battery is not replaceable or rechargeable. The sensor's battery has a life of over 1000 active hours. The sensor sends a low battery signal when there is around 2 weeks of life remaining (based on usage pattern), indicating that the sensor needs to be replaced. Battery life will vary considerably based on use and other factors.
Most Nike + iPod runners and walkers can just drop the sensor in their Nike+ shoes and forget about it. When inactive, the sensor enters stand-by mode to save battery life.
HI there its a problem of your battery. Just replace the battery & enjoy the photography. The battery which is you using that finish his life. After charging it will show you full but its fastly drop down when you use. Thanks.
hi right to be honest both ways are correct, but if your using it every day then its best to put it back on the charger after every use, but the problem with this is that the battery never goes totally flat, so never does a full recharge this reduces the life of the battery by upto 50% so if you are using it regular and need it charged daily then its best to once a month let the battery go totally flat so that it wont even make a sound then do a full recharge. Doing this will ensure the battery remains at peak performance and make it last longer.
If how ever your only using it say once a week then its best to only charge after the battery has gone flat due to the fact that it would remain on charge longer and cause the battery to over heat reducing the life span of the battery.
But witch ever method you use always let the battery go totally flat once a month then do full recharge this will prolong the life of the battery and ensure it keeps working at full power.
I use crv3 batteries in my Pentax istD. Believe it or not, they last over a year! Keep in mind that the simple act of testing the voltage of a crv3 will shorten its life. Have you tried cleaning the battery contacts in the camera with a cotton swab lightly dampened with rubbing alcohol? Sometimes, an invisible film on the contacts forms and gives a false reading of battery life.
I would contact support, but the 3.5 is probably exaggerated. Spinning the CD-Rom takes juice, but you don't report doing that. You could try the power settings. Don't know where they are in Vista. Control panel, power probably.
Hi, as far as im aware these are roughly the same as the UK spec Nissan X- trail. The suspension system/shocks are relatively staright forward. Fairly basic system anyone with basic vechile knowledge should be able to change them.