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Does it have dual batteries? A friend of mine threw 3k$ at his, then found out one of the batteries were low or had a bad cell. It was turning over for a long time, and we never suspected them being at fault. Like 2 750 or 850 CCA batteries. Have yours tested at a parts store to rule them out.
There are two problems that come to mind. First is a short in your phone, perhaps when you start pressing letters for the txt pushing something together and cutting off for a moment. Second is a glitch in your phones software, when you try to use the texting options its shutting down and restarting.
Either one there is little you can do, I can't find anywhere to get the phones software and if it is shorting out you can't fix that it's not cost effective compared to just replacing the phone.
GENERAL, REPAIRS TO THESE TYPE CAMERAS ARE NOT COST FRIENDLY. THEY USUALLY HAVE TO BE MAILED TO A REPAIR CENTER, THE TIME FACTOR IS LONG AND THE COST IS USUALLY STEEP. REPAIRS ARE USUALLY NOT VERY EFFECTIVE, UNLESS THEY ARE FACTORY REFURB. UNITS. THESE ARE EXCELLENT. I WOULD SAY THAT YOU WOULD PROBABLY BE MONEY AHEAD TO JUST REPLACE THE CAMERA. SORRY, BUT MY RESEARCH HAS NOT POINTED TO REPAIR JOBS ON THINGS LIKE THIS. JUST NOT COST EFFECTIVE. HOPE THIS GIVES YOU SOME IDEAS.
I really hate to tell you this because it really isn't all that helpful in regards to fixing your problem, however it may be 100% true.
It sounds like you have a power wire, that stays hot all the time (for instance the Main-Power wire to your starter), that is shorted to ground -- Effectively draining your battery over time.
And here's the bad part. Finding exactly which wire it is that is faulty is a very long, very tedious, and very aggravating task. Some dealerships will take the vehicle in, and have 1 of 2 things happen with this problem. #1 -- They don't have a technician that is trained well enough to find the wire. Or #2 -- One of the Technicians suspects what I suspect is wrong with it, and is telling himself "I don't want to do that" and is now telling you he can't figure it out. I've seen that happen in a dealership...
Unfortunately about the only way to fix it is to spend the time and effort to track down that faulty wire and replace it, but as I said, it could potentially take a very long time and could be costly in Labor Hours if done by the Dealership if its done right. And could be very costly if a technician with poor training starts replacing all kinds of wires arbitrarily and doesn't really fix it, but still charges you.
Very late last night our power went out for about 40 minutes. Today my i9900 will not turn on. This is the second time this happens to my i9900.
The first time, I was lucky, it was still in warranty (11 months 2 weeks into it). Now its exactly 1 year 2 weeks later, and the same problem has occurred.
I believe the i9900 must have a very sensitive PC board. I have the printer connected to a UPS and nothing else in my home has exhibited a problem. I tried unplugging. Connecting to a different outlet, and interestingly, when you plug the cord, you can hear a very faint click or spark noise.
The last time, when Canon sent the replacement, I switched the power supply but that did not fix the problem. It seems the problem is somewhere else.
Anyone has an idea on how to fix? Will it require sending to a repair center? If so, any ideas what it will cost?
We had the same problem, for the same model of Toshiba TV. Had it repaired yesterday. Turns out the problem was the power supply (P.C.B).
The total cost was $192.66 Canadian funds (taxes and labour all in). Our model was 6 years old, buts its playing like a brand new unit now. Hope this helped ...... Good luck