After two or three times, the screen shuts down and looks like the display is damaged. It does this only after the NOKIA's handshaking greeting message. I guess it's not the display, because it works fine if I remove the sim card and waits until I select the option to work without a sim card. As soon as I say Accept, there's the handshaking, reboots two or three times and goes dea
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I finally had to have them replace the unit. If doing a factory reset does not help, then I would have them replace it. Mine started rebooting infrequently, but then started doing it more often. They didn't waist any time getting my replacement out.
Please make sure you back up all your contacts/email before proceeding. I use Google on my phone through the Outlook option. Google/Outlook syncs all my mail, contacts, and calendar.
RESET:Software: SETTINGS > ABOUT > RESET YOUR PHONE
1) Turn off phone
2) While holding down both the Up/Down Volume buttons, turn unit on
3) Keep holding down the volume buttons until white screen appears
4) Press the Down Volume button to reset to factory defaults.
5) Restart phone
Try the green/3/* thing again (until you get it to work). - Turn off PIN code requests. - Charge the phone fully. - Turn off the phone. - Remove the memory card (not really needed, but I usually do it to be on the safe side). - Put the phone on a table (easier to press the keys then, in my opinion). - Press the three keys and keep them securely down and do not release. - While the keys are still down, turn the power on. - Do not release the three keys until you see the prompt for the home city.
If it doesn't work, retry until you get it right. It is easier if you have three hands.
A soft reset: dial *#7370# after that it will ask for security code dial 12345 it's by default.
i had this problem once, and as it turned out my RAM was damaged, I had to get it replaced. So check your RAM if it is working properly. If you have two RAMs and even if only one of them is malfunctioning, then too the problem will occur.
the 3 beeping sound means that the camera has low battery capacity. the lens is stuck out because there is incorrect battery connection. there is an option on the camera setting for the battery type. try this one: -turn the camera on -click on Menu button -select options using left/right, up/down button -select Set up 2 -Select Battery type -Select Alkaline for non-rechargable or Ni-MH for rechargable -click OK button
this setting should be done when using camera for the first time and whenever you are switching battery types, from rechargable to non-rechargable and vice versa.
sounds like the high voltage transformer or could be high voltage off the tubes.
not a good idea to keep this running as it will cause more damage, best to have service tech look at this since it's high voltage.
Be careful. This same problem burned a mark in the Blue crt on my
pro730HD. Three months and the Service Tech and Pioneer have been
unable to determine the cause (they claim). In the process they have
blown two more crt's.
When your tv goes off, try turning it back on using the main power
button instead of the remote. The button should be behind a flip-down
strip below the screen. When it is working again, look for any faint
colored spots in the picture most prominent on light backgrounds. Mine
is a yellow Y in the center of the screen.
If there are no spots, I would suggest you don't use the TV until you
get it fixed because eventually it will damage your crt ($750). Of
course, as I said, they have been unable to fix my problem and I have
had no TV for three months.