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sounds like you need a new phone but id take it to a where ya bought it and see if a different battery fix's problem. ive had a battery that would discharge all its juice at random and had that burn up a motorola. hope this helps
Try changing the input device to something you are sure, works such as a DVD player. Switch off TV manually, switch off power, remove plug and retry after 48 hours. If problem persists, please refer it to a qualified service technician.
Hello! "blue screen" means: picture is all blue, but there is a signal coming through? Do you see channel logo? Menu? If so, blue CRT or CRT board is at fault. Depends on the age of the set. If set is fairly new, then try to bang on the neck of blue tube with rubber screwdriver hands. Very gentle! While set is working. If you see the retrace lines and TV shuts down then, CRT is at fault. If not, try to play with blue "screen" control of "focus block". Black plastic module with bunch of thick wires attachad to that. Has 3 "focus" and 3 "screen" controls. For each of the tubes. In many cases you'll be able to adjust "blue" down to normal. Usually, those controls are smeared with white paint and hard to turn by hand. Loosen those with little pliers, then adjust manually or via small "phillips" screwdriver. If nothing helps: CRT board is at fault and must be replaced or repaired. In this case you won't see any characters on blue CRT, just solid "blue". good luck, Alex.
Yes, this sounds like the traditional black screen issue, but it's
different! This machine is a Dell Dimension 3000 with XP. System won't
boot. After Blue Dell BIOS splash screen with F2 & F12 options, it
just goes black. There will ultimately be a white cursor in the upper
left hand corner. I can edit BIOS with F2, I can get in to the boot
menu with F12, but I can't do anything after that. I can even get in to
the Safe Mode menu (F8), but it never boots.
Hi, maybe you can take a try of this rescue program called BootSuite. I came across similar blue screen situaiton on my HP laptop (win 7) and it helped me get rid of it and rescued my data back. It is an awesome toolkit that includes a boot CD and several other data rescue tools that help get your PC going even if Windows won't start or computer won't boot up at all. Good luck.