It really started after I would put in fresh batteries and sometime it wouldn't work, I would then take them out and put them back in and it would work. It finally quit, the batteries needed replacing and I replaced them. Still didn't work. I tried different batteries and still wouldn't work. Do you know what would cause this and is there a fix for it.
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Re: quit working after needing new batteries
The problem is with the battery connectors or an integrated circuit fault with your camera for which you need a replacement. If you device is under warranty you can make use of it or else what you can do is get it serviced from a reliable service center.
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You need to replace the alternator, it may be charging the battery enough to start the vehicle for a few days, but once the battery runs low, it cant recharge the battery, would have the alternator tested, but i'm pretty sure that is your problem. Hope this helps...
The tungsten point has to be quite sharp, the gas has to give constant flow relative to the tip size and shroud and the amps adequate to create a spark without immediately making a mess of the parent metal. The two most common issues will be the cleanliness of the parent metal and the Gas flow. Assuming you have all this set up, it actually sounds like you have a problem with your mask as you shouldn't get flashed at all. I had a similar problem once with a solar powered auto mask because the batteries had died and wouldn't recharge. I retro fitted a couple of button cell 2032 to the mask and it's working fine.
HiStart by taking apart the carburetor, replacing the gasket and cleaning it. Then change the spark plug and put fresh gas in. The air filter wouldn't be a bad idea either but you can look at it and tell if you need that. If it doesn't start after that, find someone that can help you troubleshoot. Hope this works
You should start by checking if its charging. put a volt meter across the battery, it should read roughly 12v then start the bike and it should rise to 14v much more than this can blow bulbs and boil batteries
You did it right, but are you sure the new batteries are fresh, and they are inserted correctly?
Double check. It is really easy to put the batteries in wrong if you haven't used the device in a while. And batteries can be bad, even if newly purchased.
If the Palm was working the last time you used it, being inactive wouldn't kill it. If the batteries that were in it all this time leaked, The leaking chemicals could damage the unit. But that would be pretty obvious when you took the old batteries out.
Once the batteries run down to zero, you would lose any data that was stored in in the. You would have to re-load it from a backup. Even so, it would boot up and take you to the setup screens when you turn it on with working batteries.
Make sure the batteries are OK. Sometimes, even brand new ones are defective.
I have had this problem with both a DSC-P72 and a DSC-P92 (same camera but 5 Mega pixel) They do need real good batteries, when the camera shut’s down I can run MP3 players or flashlights with those batteries for quit a while before those devices are dead. I was traveling overseas once and installed “fresh” carbon batteries and the camera wouldn’t work at all. I had no photos on that trip until I found some alkaline batteries. I even have bought 2 “dead” cameras to find that they work fine with REALLY GOOD batteries. So try it again before dumping the camera.