Question about Samsung NP-N102SP 25.7 cm 10.1inch LED Netbook - Intel Atom N2100 1
Cause i charge almost 24hrs ,but she did not fully charge. my charge its functionally win i flag in to my laptop,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try hard reset . Remove the batteries and insert new batteries . Sometimes this may work
Another chance is that lens is struck
* Carefully inspect around it for dirt or debris
* If you see any dirt or debris around the lens, use canned air to gently blow it away
* After removing dirt and debris, turn the camera on and off
This should work.
Try this alternate solution (got information from HP )
You need to take to service center .
Thanks for using FIxya
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
SOURCE: samsung L200 10.2
I called 1-800-samsung, and they sent me a new battery. After the problem insisted, they asked me to ship the camera back to them (still under warranty). The concluded that the cable was defective, and they shipped me a new one within 1 week. That was fast!!!
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: Battery depleting way to fast
The cause is that the phones battery terminal head is faulty so it is draining the battery.
The terminal head is the metallic link that connects the battery to the phone.
The terminal is also connected to the board of the phone, so to fix this, you have to be very careful as it requires you soldering some components on the phone.
Get the appropriate screwdriver, unscrew the phone,use a flat object and apply a little force on the line that goes round the phone to split it open.
You will see the terminal as it is connected to the board of the phone, carefully use a pin tip soldering iron to remove the terminal head, then replace it with the new terminal head you acquire for it.
Ensure you do not tamper with the board of the phone.
Couple the phone back together, and turn it on with a fully charged battery.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
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