In how many times I have tried to push OK on Turn on the bluetooth it seems like it wasnt working. Even the option that says You want to urn on the bluetooth and press Yes doesnt work at all. What could have caused the problem?
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okay, this alarm reset is done by turning the key on and pushing the reset button a few times, you will need to try this a few times to get the correct number of pushes,for example turn key on and quickly push 3 times and if that doesnt work retrey it and push it 4 times, take note that every time you try you need to turn key off and then on again before you push reset button,i know it can be set to 1- 2 -3 or 4 pushes to reset, this is programed at the time of install, most installer dont set it or tell you so you will need to try all four. good day.
Try this. Turn on printer. It will red light on. Push ink button (1-4 times) depend on number of chip that ot recognized. Push 1 time. carriage will move to gap. wait for 10 seconds. Push again 1 time.
I had this same exact problem about a month ago with my 1990 Accord LX. Sounds like your ignition switch has gone bad. I installed one from a junk yard and have not had any problems since. If you can find the nearest salvage yard and go and pull one yourself. Easy to install. Has a switch at one end attached to a plug-in wiring harness. You can search on YouTube for installation video tips. Hope this helps.
If I am understanding you correctly, I think its as simple as pushing the OK (center circle button) which brings up a "Wireless Manager" screen. Should be a Bluetooth option and a Phone option. Make sure "Phone" is highlighted and push OK button to turn it on. My son gets a hold of my phone and this happens pretty often where the phone is on but not "ON"
Alright so I had the same problem. My solution that works most of the time is this: while bluetooth is off, in the phone, go to menu, bluetooth, settings, and play around with the device name (instead of LG TU 720 make it LG TU or fucklg for instance) pretty much anything should do.. change the memory storage maybe between memory card and handset.. try turning the phone off and taking out the battery too, maybe even the sim card if you're really desperate, or all of the things i just mentioned in order. Replace everything, reboot, turn on bluetooth and try pairing.. This works with my plantronics headset now (there was a good few months where i gave up on it). It's a pain in the *** but it gets the job done for me... try it out.