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From your question it is understood that the speakers you were using was fully charged and it was working best for 1 hour completely and suddenly it has been stopped and seems to be totally dead. To help you, it is recommended to take the speaker charger and charge the speaker once again and after sometime check if the speaker turns ON working.
If issue persists, it is recommended to replace the speaker if it is in warranty or ask for repairing the speaker. http://support.logitech.com/en_us/home
Hi, it seems that battery is totally discharged, that could be the reason of dead table. It should be good if you could check the connectors where the internal charger cable is connected, maybe one or both are damaged too.
The battery is too low and the power supply can't charge the battery and also power the laptop at the same time.
1. Remove the battery from the laptop
2. Plug in the power cord and turn ON the laptop.
3. It should work ok.
4. After the laptop is "stable" (what 5 minutes?), you can put the battery back into the laptop while it is ON.
5. Leave the laptop ON so the battery can get charged.
6. Lower / close the lid so that the screen will turn OFFand not take up power from recharging the battery.
If this doesn't work for you, try these steps again, maybe wait a few minutes between steps.
from what I hear, you have either fully charged your battery or your battery is pretty much completely dead.
1. If it's completely dead and won't hold a charge it's time to purchase another battery, this happens from time to time so don't freak out about it.
2. If it's fully charged, try taking the battery completely out of the phone, and re-inserting it after a few minutes, sometimes cell phones need to be reset.
3. ensure that your charger is working properly, if its not getting juice to it neither is your phone.
4. try to dial your number just to see what happens to the phone.
5. if someone else u know has a charger like yours try to borrow theirs to charge your phone possibly ruling out a bad charger
It appears that the Pilot is incompatable with Phonak so there is no fix. It would be a waste of money to subscribe to a trouble line, and it is insulting to be asked. We have already wasted money on the MP3 player. I am sorry the store clerk was not knowledgeable enough to tell us this before we bought the unit. It still works with our stereo, but does not fill the intended purpose.