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There was a time when I could say "Go to Radio Shack " and they would have all you need for your record player. To answer your questions about the rumbling, that is lack of a ground in the plug, cracked speak, and noise / sound coming out of player is being picked up by needle and coming back out of speaker. Solution: cut the old plug off and replace with 3 prong plug (hardware store). Look on back of record player and see if it has the info (watts and ohms) about speaker. If not, the speaker needs to be removed to get info. You can search online for a replacement speaker or your local guitar center has replacement speakers ( Call first ) P.S. If the record player has a lid, bring it down after you start record, keeps out outside noise.
It may be the charger has a loose wire. In that case a new charger would fix the problem. Mine has a problem with the charging port itself. I am fortunatly that my tablet is under warrenty they are going to replace the tablet for me.
Battery no good? Has your phone been holding a charge very long prior to this happening? Has your phone been exposed to any liquids??? A lot of phones have plug in chargers that are very delicate...look at the tip of your charger and make sure there is no damage, most importantly check your phone where the charger plugs into. some phones just have 1 simple round tip that plugs into the phone, others have these little flat plugs that have tiny metal prongs that if Not careful can bend or break taking in and out improperly. If everything looks in its place( metal prongs all there and line up with the connecting ones in the phones charger port, Always make sure your charger didnt go bad...Alot of chargers are cheaply made and will just Quit working, causing your battery to completely die and thus your phone will not turn on...You can go to almost any place that sells phones and have them plug in a NEW charger to see if it will turn on...Hope this helps...
verify your charger is actually functioning properly. if it is, try to pop the battery out, and make sure none of the metal prongs where it connects are bent or touching. if they are fine, then you should leave the battery unplugged and turn it on, and see if it stays on with the battery removed.
You are going to have to have that plug in piece re-done with a new piece on the mother board soldered. Who ever told you to remove pieces was way wrong. Now as a result your going to have to have this done or you will not be able to use the laptop. Those pieces are meant to give you better support for the plug in and are also the ground. Take it in and have it done professionally. I would not mess with it anymore.
is ur power brick 'green/orange/red light on ?? if it is firstly make sure its fully pushed into ur 360 ! (i know.....im sure u tried this already) It could be RED' ?? but it dosnt really matter.....its still the same fix ! assuming you have some sort of power to the power brick (any colour) un plug it (from the mains)....... im gonna guess you have been using some sort of USB connection (either a controller charger, wired controller or usb stick)(music ect ect)....either to the 2 front usb slots or the 1 at the back.......?? if this is the case un-plug EVERYTHING from all used usb slots........ now try powering up the 360 .......?? If it still dosnt power up (assuming you have some light on the power brick??) revert to plan 'B'..... un-plug the power brick from the mains again.....& unplug 'ALL' connected leads from the 360 so you just have the 360 with nothing plugged in ! if you have a torch ect have a look inside all usb slots you have used (for charging ur controller ect even the back one if u have used it ??) inside all used usb slots are little 'prongs' ...if in the process of plugging in & out chargers/wired controllers ect you accidently bend one of these prongs & it touches the sides of the casing surrounding the usb slot it shorts the board out & results in 'No power up' of the xbox ! its a simple problem to fix yet difficult to spot unless ur told about it ! usually un-plugging all usb used slots rectifys the problem but failing that check inside them for bent prongs ! I find a pair of tweezers or a tiny screwdriver does the job best :-) plug power lead back in & try again let me know how u get on ??
first check battery with new charger plug, if it is wrong means, then mistake lies with in battery. what about your warranty and other service options status on this issue! have new one and change plug also.
If the prongs are bent, all you need to do is to get a pair of pliers and try to re-align them. If that is not possible, you can try to open up the power supply and directly tap the power cable into the prong's cable line (if you have an idea how to do this, go on and try it. If you have absolutely no idea how to do it, then its better to just bring your power supply to a local electrician, they can probably fix the problem in no time)
The only concern is if the connectors inside the charging station is corrupted. The bending is simply the outer metal connection, then bending it back wouldn't cause any damage. If the problem is further inside the station, it needs to be replaced. Nintendo can replace it for you for an acceptable price.