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yes a bad solenoid will shut it down if you put power direct to the solenoid and it still doesn't operate its bad with a grinder grind the tip off while your waiting for the new one just make sure you bring down to idle for a few min before shutting it off it a anti back fire solenoid
try this, it should work for the samsung sgh-a137. First insert the T-Moble SIM in phone, at WRONG CARD screen ENTER on the keypad *2767*3855# (wait 10-15 seconds) phone will reboot(restart) When phone completes reboot ENTER *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# NEXT ENTER #7465625*638*00000000# AND THEN *#7465625# to check the locks....all locks are inactive...these are all the locks... network lock - inactive subset lock - inactive sp lock - inactive cp lock - inactive sim lock - inactive activa lock - inactive phone lock - inactive auto network - inactive auto subset lock - inactive auto sp lock - inactive auto cp lock - inactive
The Calculator has a feature that takes it into standby after a certain delay of inactivity. Possible values of the delay are 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 10 min, and 30 min. In view of this, your 3 sec value seems too short. I suspect that the batteries are depleted.
In OS 2.x, press 5: Settings & status, then 3:Handheld Setup. Look for drop down box to the right of Power Standby, and select a longer delay.
Setting Auto Off (units with timer only)
On models with a glass carafe, the auto off can be set to shut the coffee machine off from 1 - 5
hours after the brew cycle is complete. The factory setting is 2 hours. On models with a thermal
carafe, the coffee machine shuts off after 20 minutes.
Note : On models without a timer the coffee machine must be turned off manually. It
will not automatically shut off.
• Press the prog button (o), immediately followed by the h/min button (n).
• The display will show the time setting.
• Press the h/min button in steps to set the auto off time.
• Press the prog button to confirm the setting.
A. Turn on phone with full battery and non-T-Mobile SIM in place. Allow phone to completely boot up to Wrong SIM screen.
B. Enter from Wrong SIM Screen
*#7465625# to confirm lock status
C. Scroll through Interrogate Screen
1. Network lock - Active (this is the one you'll be deactivating) 2. Subset lock - inactive 3. SP lock - inactive 4. CP lock - inactive 5. SIM Card lock - inactive 6. Activa lock - inactive 7. Auto network lock - inactive 8. Auto subset lock - inactive 9. Auto SP lock - inactive 10. Auto CP lock - inactive 11. Auto SIM Card lock - inactive 12. Phone lock - inactive
D. Push "C" button under navigation button to clear Interrogate screen back to Wrong SIM screen
E. From the Wrong SIM screen enter the following:
*7465625*638*00000000*00000000# Those are two series of eight zeros. The phone will not show the zeros but will show dashes in their place.
Phone may make a small tone and at the bottom of the screen it will read "Network Personalized" or perhaps "Network Already Personalized"
F. Now input the following from whatever screen shows up:
#7465625*638*00000000# (again this is a series of eightzeros)
Phone may make small tone and will read "Network Lock Deactivated"
G. Turn off phone H. Re-start the handset and allow it to reboot. J. Enter from Standby Screen
*#7465625# to confirm lock removal status
K. Scroll through Interrogate Screen
1. Network lock - inactive (note that this lock is now inactive) 2. Subset lock - inactive 3. SP lock - inactive 4. CP lock - inactive 5. SIM Card lock - inactive 6. Activa lock - inactive 7. Auto network lock - inactive 8. Auto subset lock - inactive 9. Auto SP lock - inactive 10. Auto CP lock - inactive 11. Auto SIM Card lock - inactive 12. Phone lock - inactive
That's it. Your phone is ready to accept SIM cards from just about any GSM mobile telephone service provider in the world.
If you received a "wrong password" message you will need to insert a working SIM and reset the password to the default 8 zeroes "00000000". After that you may try this process again and it should work.