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My girlfriend has a xperia T and did let it go flat, since then it didn't appear to charge or switched on.
I had tried allsorts suggested on various websites such as plugging charger in and out a few times, leaving in charger for 24 hr, plugging into laptop, and trying to power up with power button and volume up. Red light sometimes lighting up or flashing but not staying lit.
After playing around with all of the above methods, I noticed if I kept my finger on power while plugging into the charger or laptop the red led stayed on until I let go. So I tied an elastic band around the phone on the power button, then I plugged in the charger, unplugging it, plugging in again with volume up pressed until I had the red led lit. Not sure of which combination I did but just when the led was lit (not flashing). I left it for a few hours while it was plugged in with the elastic band keeping pressure on the power button. Came back to it and found the phone on and battery at 100%.
yes the red charge light will only stay lit for just a little bit... then turn it on by pressing down above the words written "charge". You should be pressing and holding down on a dial with three semi circles above it (as szuravic stated). Press and hold down until you get the bluetooth and power button lit on blue. Then go to your settings and bluetooth.... "bluetooth keyboard" should pop up. Click on it and then it will ask you to enter a 4 digit code on your keyboard followed by the return key. Soon after you should be "connected". If you are fully charged (first time plugged in should be 12 hours.. then after 4 hours) then you can unplug. Hope that's helpful!!
Sorry to hear about your bad luck there. If a hard reset does not work and its not simply the power button is not correctly aligned (try fiddling the pressure up and down if it is loose) then it's likely the device has failed. Even though it's survived other power outages it's still entirely possible the most recent one has caused this failure. I've seen failure of electronics from operating on unstable voltages from solar panels and less than perfect inverter systems and it's always the case that "it's been working fine up until now!"
No, it stays lit because there *are* messages, just not voice mail messages. Press the MESSAGE button and look at the display. Look at what's above soft key #3. If you don't need the information in the first line, use the CLEAR key to erase it.
your iron has a thermostat fault its this thermostat thats cutting in and out that puts the red light on it could be fixed but that wont be a cheap fix best bet is to buy a new iron as that would work out cheaper
it is not totaled, it sounds like corrupt phone software issue which is an easy fix and can be done for free (I see you breathing a sigh of relief when i said that lol), the way i would fix it is this:
read this tutorial http://forums.se-nse.net/topic/39748-tutorial-flashing-a2-phones-with-a2uploader/
(side note: if you flash with generic software you can debrand the phone - something phone shops charge around £30 to do and will speed the phone up slightly aswell as loosing all the **** that networks like putting on every handset)
when done with that google a programme called aerix if you want to unlock it aswell (also free)
Hold the volume buttons on the side while holding the call button for 10 seconds. It will reset the bluetooth and remove any other devices it may have been paired to. Then turn it off, back on and it will eventually stay lit blue and then you need to set it up through your phone. I hope this helps, I had the same problem and mine is working fine!
The pilot must encompass the thermocouple "bulb" in order for the thermocouple to generate enough current to keep the pilot valve on. You must also hold the red button down for a long enough period to get the thermocouple hot. If the pilot is not large enough, it could be due to a clog in the pilot orifice at the pilot itself. Sometimes a couple of passes over the end of it with fine steel wool is all it takes to clear it.
Hope this helps. Feel free to share what you found. Thanks.