All connections are ok.
People can hear me but I can't hear them, anybody has a clue?
What is the best way to reset to factory default, if necessary?
I tried switching everything off, removing from bluetooth list on mobile, all without any succes
thx in advance
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If you are confirmed that battery is charged and battery is connected properly.Then the other possibility for this problem is faulty starter.the started gets power from battery,But if your battery is connected properly and battery is properly charged then it is giving power to starter,but because starter is faulty,so its not letting the car to start and just a click sound you can hear.But still i advise to get the battery checked and confirm its connection.if all checked ok then you can go with starter checking.Its a 12 volt part.Check for 12 volt to the starter.
This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
If the code is coming up then your exup valve is probably stuck open or closed and needs to be removed and greased. when you turn the ignition on the bike will do a exup check and preform a cycle which is the noise you can hear so watch the valve cables and see if they move, if they dont then the exups deffinately stuck!
how old are the batteries and how many times they were charged without being fully drained can cause a short life for the battery. Try a new battery-fully charging it properly, but dont charge it again till it goes off by itself completely. If you have a wall charger, plug your phone in. If it stays on that way, check your 'power save' settings. That can also make your camera shut off. Try these steps first and see if it changes the 'battery' from being empty to full and stays on. hope this helps
Your best bet is to go to a good collision shop, they will have the necessary tools and equipment to set the adjustments correctly. They charge a nominal fee, usually about 20 bucks, but sometimes they will do it for free.
If red light on flash is blinking, flash is charging. In shooting rapidly, sometimes flash will go off even though it isnt fully charged. This can give dark shots. Flash eats batteries like crazy, best to always use fresh batteries for each shoot.
What program are you using to send your video? MSN, AIM, YAhoo??? I've seen this happen under the multi-client program called Trillian and ***** was able to fix it.... try a different client with whoever your chatting with and you may be able to work through it... If you have more information to add(like what program your using) I will tweak my solution to help you more
if the non-cordless phones are ok, it sounds as if the cordless handsets are the only ones not working, have you charged the batteries on those handsets ok and are there any signs if life, eg lights or on-screen messages ? Are they switched off ?
If there are signs of life, check the level of charge, if dead completely, take it/them to the main unit and put on charge for about 10 hours, if they work for only a short time and you have had the phones for a few years, then you will need to replace the re-chargable cells as they don't last forever and they are not holding the charge.
Hope this has given you some clues.....