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Hi Scott, What do you mean by 'won't crank?' Is the engine turning on the starter but refusing to start or is the engine failing to crank (turn over). If its the latter, try replacing the battery. If its the first option then send more details and we'll try to help out. Regards John
I had the same problem with my E7, if you've already tried holding the power button down for 10 seconds then you'll need to remove and replace the battery, that fixed mine straight away. Just follow the guide below
That would be a transmission failure, friend. The problem is external connection which is the in the antenna contact point. If you open your cellphone and locate the antenna contact point...clean it for possible foreign object which is block the incoming of the signal...
If the problem still exist. Go to the nearest store where you buy the item and exchange it. If the warranty still cover the year of warranty period
Same Problem, same day, have you found any solution?, i stored the camera for abut 6 months following the Manual specifications, keeping the camera away from humidity, dust, even light and unmounted batteries, but it didn't turned on when i really needed it, I tried changing batteries, power source, i've already checked the lock/standby and the main dial, anyone help please!
You didn't specify what type of LG phone you have;
You can try rebooting it as an option; or (cycle it once a day).
Turn phone off. Take off cover; take out battery, sim card (if your model has one);
keep them out for a couple of minutes;
replace sim card (if your model has one), replace battery; and turn phone back on.
You could try 'resetting' your phone; but all models are different and you didn't give me the model number.
Try this and see if it works for you; also, when you take battery off, you can try to gently clean the battery terminals for debris. A phone will reboot if the battery is gunked up or not making a good connection.
Sorry i couldn't give you more to go on with the information you provided. Hope that helps.
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.