The batteries seem somewhat loose in the battery container. The machine has a tendency to turn on and off as a result. I'm currently jamming a little aluminum foil in to hold the batteries in place, but it's not a good fix.
If no one has a fix, do you have suggestions on where to get it repaired, preferably in the Boston or Chicago area?
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The battery run down as a result of the processes of jump starting. The cars providing jump power should have a strong battery to attain success. Second, the car with jump power should be turned on extensively during the jump starting. Later, the power provider vehicle should continue to perform to regain the battery deffect during jump start. Usually, old batteries performing jump start may be depleted completely of capacity. Contact an auto electrician to ascertian the remaining battery functionality to avoid an unpredictable malfunction.
check your battery again and especially the terminals. it just sounds like you got a bum battery or a very loose connection. check in the terminals too. corrosion builds up in there and doesnt allow for good contact resulting in this very problem. happy holidays
Either something has gotten between the inner and outer drums or the inner drum support bearing has gone bad. Almost complete tear-down to fix it. Lift up and down on the inner drum (when machine is off) to see if it seems somewhat loose and makes a clunking sound when you do so. If it does, that indicates a failed shaft bearing.
well a loose antenna can cause intermittent connections, but so can a low battery, despite it being plugged into a power source. Make sure battery is fully chatrged before use. I would suspect the battery chage first. Even get a new battery
14v is not overcharging. 16v is pushing it. I'm with the regulator opinion, but I would also load test your battery. If the charging system thinks your battery is low it will try to compensate by putting out max voltage, putting additional strain on the regulator, which in turn overcharges the battery... creates a vicious cycle. Is the regulator in a spot where it gets quite warm? They have a tendency to overcharge when hot. If that is the case, try relocating it or directing more airflow over it.
I have a N95-3 and have found that the problem seems to be a combination of Loose battery and faulty or flaky headphone jack. I have tried wedging the top right side of the battery with a few thicknesses of 1/4" wide paper between the battery and the battery slot. This seems to push the connectors on the left side a little tighter and reduces the shut down incidences. If the battery is loose just handling the phone and especially pushing the side buttons or squeezing the case will disconnect the battery and shut the phone off. Sometimes the shutdown is immediate and other times the display will slowly fade to black and the phone needs to be restarted. If the battery is really loose the restart button will not give the jolt start feel and you'll be forced to open up the battery case and fiddle to get the battery making better contact.Hope this helps.