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Re: button battery wears out quickly
That seem unreasonable for that machine, have contacted the manufacture about that problem or brought that to there attenition, that maybe very important to there engineers or final test people.
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Probably a bad starter as well. A good battery can make a marginal starter work, but over time the battery will be weakened by the drain of the starter or the starter will get worse.
Remove the starter and take it to your local parts store for testing and replacement. Bring your battery along as the bad starter might have toasted it.
Also a bad battery can wear out a starter quickly.
We had issues like this with our pickup truck a few years back. Replaced the battery, worked okay for a while, then the replaced the starter, worked okay for a while, then the battery was bad. Eventually replaced both and haven't had any issues since.
So when replacing one it is a good idea to check the other.
Special equipment is necessary to check the battery of a laptop computer. The equipment will test the charging ability as well as the performance of the battery under the standard "load" of operating the computer. If yours is no longer holding a charge, or the charge lasts only a short period, it's very likely that the battery is simply worn out. Typically expect that if a battery is more than 2 years old, you'll be running out of life for it. Some batteries last longer, some much shorter. For example, Toshiba's Tecra series batteries seem to wear out and drain their charge quickly after about 6-12 months, needing a new battery.
If the battery is less than a year old, the manufacturers warranty may stipulate free replacement.
The Acer Aspire 5100 has been out since 2006. If yours is an older model, it may simply be time to replace the battery. You may find a local computer repair shop that will test your battery for free since it's very simple for them to do.
check all your ground screws on the motherboard. If that doesn't work try booting it up with out the hard drive. if that doesn't work, pop out the BIOS battery and unplug your computer, let it sit for about a min. and put the battery back in and restart.
Just bought a STARTER Sport Watch Model# STW14 @Walmart
TO CHANGE TIME: 1. Press and release MODE button quickly 3X in a row(top middle no.(Seconds will flash)& change Seconds by pressing START button 2. Press & release RESET button 1X quickly(Minutes will flash) & you change Minutes by pressing START button 3.Press & release RESET button 1X quickly(Hour will flash) & you change Hour by pressing START button. 4.Press & release RESET button 1X quickly(Date will flash) & you change Date by pressing START button.5.Press & release RESET button 1X quickly(Month will flash) & you change Month by pressing START button 6. Press & release RESET button 1X quickly(Day of week will flash) & you change Day by pressing START button 7. Press & release MODE button 1X quickly to return to Normal use
TO SET ALARM: 1. Press and release MODE button quickly 2X in a row(Hour will flash)& you change Hour by pressing START button 2.Press and release RESET button quickly 1X (Minutes will flash)& you change Minute by pressing START button 3. Press & release MODE button 1X quickly to return to Normal use
TO VIEW MONTH & DAY: 1. Press & Hold START button 2.Just Release START button to return to normal use.
TO USE STOP WATCH: 1. Press and Release MODE button quickly 1X 2. To START stop watch: Press START 1X quickly 3. To STOP Stop watch: Press Reset button 1X quickly 4. To RESET Stop watch: Press & Hold START button and press RESET button quickly @ the same time, 2X in a row 5.Press & Release MODE button 1X quickly to return to Normal use
had a similar issue with my Pentax, it would power on and power back off. Tried playing with it for a while and it never recovered. Chances are its time to replace it. These new electronics are jam packed with lots of mini moving parts and are prone to excessive wear over time. they're are no servicable parts inside them unfortunately. I would try ebay for a reasonable replacement camera.
If they have replaced that many watches in that short period, I'm going to say that it isn't the watch.
Timex watches are equipped with some of the largest and strongest batteries in the industry and have some of the best reserve potentials. Have you ever replaced a battery and did it make a difference?
Do you use a magnetic bracelet or work around strong magnetic fields - either of which can deplete a battery - generally in about four months? If so, put the bracelet and watch on opposite wrists. This is usually not a problem with a digital watch. I suspect it's because the magnet makes the analog movement work harder and depletes the battery faster.
And some people just can't wear a certain watch. My mother is one of them. There is something electrical or magnetic about my mother that keeps her from wearing a mechanical watch. When I was a kid, the only watch she could wear was a green plastic Davy Crockett watch.
And 50 years ago, my left handed brother gave me his hand-me-down Timex when it quit working for him. I put it on my left wrist and got several more years of wear out of the watch. I think he wore out the movement on one side wearing it on his right wrist and I wore out the jewels on the other side wearing it on my left wrist.
It sounds like the rotor (brake disk) is warped. That would cause the pads to wear much more quickly because the disk "wobbles".
The warped disk can also cause the noise, depending on how bad the warp is.
When most shops change pads, they usually recommend that you "turn" the rotors, it is a way of truing the disk.