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Go to any Mobile accessories shop/a friend and ask them to test your phone with another charger.
Can be a charger cord broken, a charger phone plug broken pins or partially soldered or...a bunch of dust in the phone plug.
Clean it with a toothpick and retest!
1. Make sure the AC outlet is working. Try connecting to a known working AC outlet.
2. Can you try a different charger to charge your tablet?
3. Can you try a different tablet to charge from your charger?
4. Can you bring the tablet to a mobile store for them to test the above?
Replace the inner part of the fan - some unit just slip right out. check on kijiji and find a local computer repair guy that will sell you one for 5 or 10 bucks, or get a broken laptop for 50 to 100 and lots of parts. I had one broken wing and broke on off the other side to even it out... even though one side had 1 extra wing it wasn't that far off balance so vibration should be minimal. if you keep your laptop clean inside around the heat-sink and fan area and put silver heatsink on the gpu and cpu as well as install the manufacturer drivers and update them to cool things down and speed things up and keep things from heating up. One more issue is the charging port and charger end get frayed and or loose and will cause heating issues and have caused fires. Replace batteries that are weak as they are continually charging too much.... Store batteries and at 70% and don't pull them out of the laptop while it's plugged in. Fully charge batteries and fully discharge them between charges. Good to have 2 batteries. Don't use hot batteries especially after charging and don't charge a hot battery.
Could be many things. Let start with a couple of easy ones.1) Unplug charger from computer and outlet, take battery out press power for at least 30 sec. Plug every thing back power on. 2) charger bad won't turn on or charge battery, try diferent charger if don' know how to use a voltmeter. 3) power jack loose or broken. 4) last and worst mother board circuits transitors etc... btw processor, video card or input devices fried. Buy new board from ebay. Don,t fix it. Not worth it. This is Only if laptop gives completely sign of not turning at all. No lights, no hardrive or no working or fan. No signal of life. If couple of lights do turn on it can be the ram or video card, play with ram a bit. Good luck.
The batteries need charging and when you plug in the charger and the power is on the lights wil flash indicating that the charger is plugged in. Now look at the rear of the chair near where the charger cord plugs into the chair and you should see a voltmeter. With the charger plugged in the voltmeter will indicate about 5-6 amps and after charging overnight the voltmeter should be reading 0 amps. If when you plug in the charger cord and the voltmeter indicates 0 amps then I would suspect that the charger is not working or that the fuse is blown in the charger circuit. The only way to see if the batteries charge would be to borrow or find an offboard charger that will plug into the charger port located under the front of the joystick and after charging for 10-12 hours see if the battery level lights show full charge Hope this helps
With the battery charger lol I don't know if your scooter has the battery pack or not but if it does there should be a charger port located on the battery pack just plug the charger into the port and let it charge overnight. If it doesn't have the battery pack then there should be a port located on the tiller usually under the throttle levers Hope this helps
Hi. Sounds like there is no connection between the charger and the batteries. The charger uses the voltage in the batteries to regulate the charge. If the charger is not connected then the charger will not operate at all.
The fault can be a broken wire in the charger plug, or faulty charger socket on the scooter. Can be caused by faulty battery connectors, or wiring from the charger socket to the batteries.
Try moving the charger plug in the socket while the charger is operating. These sockets sometimes wear and dont contact properly.
The best way is get someone with a multi-meter and try and trace the fault for you.
Good luck. Neil.
First thing.....If you are using a cheap aftermarket charger, then it probably wont charge. Once the battery gets extremely low, you must use the original charger to bring it back up. Secondly I would check to make sure the charging port on the phone is not damaged. If it is then it will have to be taken or sent to a repair shop to get replaced and it takes special equipment to replace them.
take it to store to make sure that it's not a faulty battery or charger.those can be replaced easily.but the issue can also be the charging hub.......it could have separated from the mother board or simply be worn.in any case.....take it to a t-mobile branch for some simple testing.hope this helps.
to where are you connecting the charger? how old is the charger? maybe the cable its broken in the inside... this usually happens at the ends of the cables or if there is a little bump somewhere.. try connecting them and play with them by moving them a little at the ends.... so there will be better a contact..