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The red blinking light can mean a couple of things. First, It could mean that you have a message. If that is not the case, you caould have on the 'LED Coverage Indicator'. The LED Coverage Indicator tells you by having the top light flash eather Green or Red depending on coverage. If you are in a place that has good coverage it wil flash Green but if you have little or no coverage the LED will flash Red. To check if you have this setting enabled, first go to "OPTIONS" on the phone in the full menu. Once there, go to "SCREEN AND KEYBOARD". Click on 'SCREEN AND KEYBOARD" and scroll down will you see the option that says "LED COVERAGE INDICATOR". Click on that and switch it to OFF if it is not already there. Then click the back bottton and click SAVE. That should work. If it doesnt, I would call your phone carrier and ask them.
I was having this same issue and I was thinking it was caused from me dropping my phone. I tapped lightly around my phone after trying turning it on for several hours and now it has come back on which means there is most likely a loose connection inside somewhere. I hope this helps.
We have to CHK to see if the remote is functioning, Do u have a camera phone, if so look to see if the Infra red beam is flashing when you press the button, through the camera you should see a light if the remote is working. If not CHK infra red LED if read open change it. IF light flashes continuously change transistor. If the LED dont light but the LED is good CHK the XTAL.... Another way to check beam is a little transistor radio with the am band press remote while tuning until you hear a beeping sound. If the remote is working the sensor on the player itself is bad and need to be replace.......
only on fixya would we get a complaint that speakers that are supposed to make sound work great but some lights on them dont work....
ugh.. ok with most of the spealers that have l.e.d.s typically have a seperate connection for the lights. The red wire goes to a switched 12 volt power source, the black goes to chassis ground... if they have power and ground but dont light up then they are junk...
All motherboards have a print beside the pins,
"pwr s" =powerswitch, "HDDled" red light on front, rst = reset switch [not allways used] "pwr led" Green led, the case wires are usualy marked on the plug ends with the same ,
"hdd" "reset" and so on. The power switch will work both way's around however the led lights wont. You will not hurt anything if they are the wrong way around, they just wont work so if you dont get lights just reverse the polarity.
If by chance the case wires do not have labels the just trace them to the case front panel and plug them into the corresponding board pins.