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to ensure faultless performance, when I've connected an AT&T 3G microcell I've found it's best to take the cat5 from the modem, into the microcell and then into the router. you use the yellow port on the router as input
You may have to reset it. let if charge for about 24hrs, 10hrs may work fine too and With the device turned off, press and hold the volume down button, and then briefly press the power button. - Wait for the screen with the three Android images to appear, and then release the volume down button. - Press volume down to select clear storage, and then press power. - Press volume up to start the factory reset.
Ceiling fans operated with remote controls, pull chains, and/or wall switches tend to get confused and just fail. You can try disconnecting power at the source and, while pausing briefly, remove batteries from the remote and push all buttons to eliminate the "stuck button" cause. Then, reconnect power and try various combinations of controls until something works or you give up in frustration.
im not sure what reset button you are using / but cleaning it out was good . and if it started running that was good. when it quit the third time . things that would cause this could be the cold control / very common / and at 15 yr old i would replace the compressor relay . that starts it . sometime you can hear it clicking or humming . ( trying to start . . so try the relay .. . and ck for bad connections on old wires to the compressor as the get brittle and burn off .. mm hope this helps .. feed back .. pls