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In the bottom of the humidifier is a little disk that vibrates to turn water to vapor. This gets covered in mineral deposits and won't vibrate properly. They usually suggest something like vinegar to clean it. I found that this didn't work for me. What did work was cleaning it with my Waterpic on the highest setting. It chipped away the deposits and allowed it to work. HOWEVER, once you get it running again, buy the slant fin mineral absorption pads to keep it running. If you have mineral-rich water like me, you'll go through them quickly, but you also won't have white deposits on your walls anymore.
Hi, well i guess you have tried setting the settings and turned it off? if not then well do that, however IF it is not that and you cannot stop it, try a factory reset, then you will have to set the phone up all again but if it works it is a small price to pay? In any event if it will NOT stop vibrating, then you have a microprocessor fault, and the phone will have to be repaired or replaced? If so you need to take it into an LG phone repairer and ask for a "Quote" as to what it may cost, and go from there.
ok i dont know if this solves the problem for good, but i do know that it solves temperately. I went to phone settings and set the ring tone profile to vibrate. then i kept pressing the play button until the squeaking went away. It seems as though once the little moter in the phone goes at a constant speed it stops squeeking. the squeaking stops for a good while and is better than nothing. Someone tell me if this works for them. thanks ;]
Install Dynamat. That should stop the rattling and distortion. the distortion is from the door vibrating the sound waves and messing the sound molecules up before they reach your ears. stopping the vibration should stop the distortion.
Engine vibration is the cause of this issue, it is the biggest complaint from many owners, changing the engine mounts will help, as mounts age the rubber gets hard and they don't absorb vibration like they should, new mounts help issue, but it will no stop it altogether. A faulty MAF will not cause vibration, just a hesitation on acceleration at times
if you vibrating continuously, it probably needs service, but if you mean it just won't ring instead of vibrating when a call comes in, go to settings in the main menu (usually the "ok" button), then sound settings