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Hi Leslie, It could be your power supply is dead. The 4 cable wire is the 12v axillary power supply for the graphics. When unplugged you will get no graphics when plugged in nothing will work if that rail of the power supply is faulty. Hank
If you have the Vehicle Owners Manual it will instruct you how to reset the Electronic Remote(s) as disconnecting the Battery or a totally discharged battery removes all power from the On Board Chassis Computers memory. Therefore you must reset the Remote(s) so that the On Board Chassis Computer can recognize them. If in Doubt, please consult your Chevrolet Dealer to rectify the problem.
The T3 will appear dead until the battery has SOME charge. A totally dead battery, even though plugged into a charger, will not let the T3 turn on. You mention a previous charger problem. Could be a bad charger, or a bad battery. Check to see if the charging light is on on the T3 when you think you are charging. If it is not on, try another charger. If it is on, you may have a bad battery.
It sounds like you have either a dead battery or a bad connection in the power supply line from the battery. A blown fuse can cause the voltage to drop. This is fairly common with glass fuses in fully enclosed fuse holders. You need to use a multimeter to see where the voltage drops between the battery and the amp.
i would suggest to reset it by pressing the reset button with a toothpick.......i experienced the same problem sometimes,but in your case, my brother who also has one,left it frozen and it went dead after a couple of mins. we connected it to the charger then it worked........i hope it will work on you case.
Erm, maybe because you dropped it.. just guessing. Anyway cellphones as other hi-tech appliances are very very touchy on the subject of handling.
You can drop your phone from the 3rd floor and and still be able to use it and you can drop it 50cm and it'll be broken beyond repair.
In your case something might have burned out or a connection severed in either case your best bet is repair if you have insurance (drops aren't covered though) or buy a new one.
P.S. You can also try dropping it again if there is nothing to lose...