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1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength. 2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery. 3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover. 4.Remove the battery. 5.Wait 10 seconds. 6.Press and hold the W key. 7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery. •The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears •Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds. Step Thanks
Try this: Turn it off. Disconnect power cord and any other device attached to it. Take battery out. Without anything attached. Hold down the power button for 10-15 seconds. Connect the power cord only. Hold down F2 (while it's off) Turn it on while holding down F2. Let go of F2 when something comes out of the screen. If multi colored lines still appears. You have either defective LCD(screen) or video card.
it could be an electrolytic capacitor or the vertical output I.C. in the vertical circuitry,if you remove the rear cover tap on the board in different places and see if the picture fills out or atleast jitters like it might fill out,then it could be just a cold solder joint,then remove the main board and resolder all joints and this should repair the condition you have
Its either because you dropped it some where or its because u charged it with some other charger other than the specified one. There are 2 solutions for it one is leave the ipod unused/untouched without any charge in it for 4 to 5 days. If u still get the line appearing on the 6th day then the only solution is to get it opened n try alligning the screen else replace the screen.
Try resetting the device by holding teh power switch in the ON position for about 15 seconds, then while it's OFF, slide the power switch DOWN to the HOLD position.
Now for the tricky part, let's force a manual MSC connection. Press and hold the center button while plugging in to the USB port. Let us know if the screen lights, and the battery begins charging in this mode.
If it's charging, let her charge for a while to give the battery a chance.
Then, open a Windows Explorer window. I like to use [Windows key] + E, or go to My Computer. See if the Fuze appears under "devices with removable storage".
If it's communicating, you have the options of formatting the device and reloading the firmware.
Check capicitor in vertical hold circuit. You should have solid knowledge of electronics repair before attemping repair. TV's can emmit harmful radiation, and produce voltages up to or in excess of 30kV.
I just started to have the same problem, 5 grey lines and intermittent audio. I the settings and i tried different tapes and No Joy. Then I tried to record onto an old tapes to see if the new recording would do it and the camera showed me a strange icon for exposure. I set the exposure back to 'Easy' and Viola, I recorded and the playback is now clean. Even old tapes play OK now...
The settings must have gotten wacked somehow. I glad it worked out, good luck.
What is wrong with your monitor is that the Horizontal section is going faulty, the lines you are seeing are the Horizontal Retrace lines, usually invisable in a working unit. It is often a faulty capacitor(s) OR a Diode breaking down.. in the area of the Flyback Transformer. Probably time for a new one unless ya can fix it yaself.